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Old 10-22-2012, 02:33 PM   #2301
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I am pretty sure he would figure this one out!
Pour it into a brown bottle.

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Old 10-22-2012, 03:29 PM   #2302
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Meh. He just recently turned 21 so I am trying to ween him off the piss water. We are actually pretty close and are just asses to each other. In a brotherly love fashion. I am pretty sure the Amber will actually change his mind even if he doesn't end up openly admitting it.

I was expecting guffaws from my gaming group last night that I fed the stout too based on the bias against home brew but I actually had two guys call it the "best beer the have ever had".
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Old 10-23-2012, 11:31 AM   #2303
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Originally Posted by lostmind

Funny, I know several Germans who love Budweiser.

I just got back from Eppelheim and my new favorite beer is weis/pils.
I realize this post is long dead and gone, but I feel like I have to respond. Budweiser ans Bud are NOT, I repeat: NOT the same thing. As a matter of fact, there still is a brewery in Budweis/Budvar in operation, and they make actual honest-to-god beer that tastes great and is not in any way related to the malt derived piss that is commonly known as Bud. The brewery being located in Budweis/Budvar, they call their beer Budweiser (as they habe been doing for centuries).
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Old 10-23-2012, 11:42 AM   #2304
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I believe anhieser bought that little brewery out a little while ago. I might be wrong though
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Old 10-23-2012, 12:45 PM   #2305
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A buddy of mine just came back from an extended stint working in Germany and he confirmed that the Budweiser consumed there is definitely a different (and far superior) product to the Bud we see here in the US. Now, Inbev could still be involved there, I don't know. But there's no question the product is different.

 
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Old 10-23-2012, 01:11 PM   #2306
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A buddy of mine just came back from an extended stint working in Germany and he confirmed that the Budweiser consumed there is definitely a different (and far superior) product to the Bud we see here in the US. Now, Inbev could still be involved there, I don't know. But there's no question the product is different.
I doubt the German beer "purity" laws would allow adjunct brews like Bud made in the States. Take out all that rice and corn and of course the beer will be different...

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Old 10-23-2012, 01:50 PM   #2307
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I read through the last several pages of this thread and found them to be very funny. I hope this thread continues because it really lifted my spirits just know.
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Old 10-23-2012, 06:20 PM   #2308
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I doubt the German beer "purity" laws would allow adjunct brews like Bud made in the States. Take out all that rice and corn and of course the beer will be different...

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Budweis/Budvar is in the Czech Republic (large areas of the country used to have a considerable German population pre-war, therefore the name in German and in Czech), German purity laws don't apply there. I believe that THE purity law is not even legally binding any more (hence the availability of Roggenbier and Dinkelbier in Germany), but it's commonly believed it is, commonly overmystified and commonly misunderstood (even here on HBT), but putting "brewed according to the purity laws" on the label makes for great marketing.
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Old 10-24-2012, 03:26 PM   #2309
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Budweis/Budvar is in the Czech Republic (large areas of the country used to have a considerable German population pre-war, therefore the name in German and in Czech), German purity laws don't apply there. I believe that THE purity law is not even legally binding any more (hence the availability of Roggenbier and Dinkelbier in Germany), but it's commonly believed it is, commonly overmystified and commonly misunderstood (even here on HBT), but putting "brewed according to the purity laws" on the label makes for great marketing.
The Bud from Ceske Budejovice is awesome. You can fight it here in the states as Czechvar due to the legal battle between its brewery and Anheuser Busch. Interesting little story behind it.

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Old 10-24-2012, 11:07 PM   #2310
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My brother last night trying my new stout: "This is disgusting"
Me: "Ok. Let me get you a Guinness" (I don't have guinness in the house. I actually poured him another of the exact same home brew stout)
Brother: "See? now this is a good beer"
Lol good one. A bit on the troll side, but We'll see when you let hime know you were just f-ing with him.

 
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