I’ve tried beer numerous times and just don’t see what’s so great about it. But then again, I just don’t like to dring, maybe it’s the old Baptist in me.
The old Baptist in me loves him some Shiner Bock. Dude, there should totally be a beer called "Old Baptist."
"When consumed in moderation this hearty brew is cool and refreshing!
(Warning, this beverage contains alcohol and therefore must not be consumed in front of people who may decide to reject God for having seen a Christian enjoy it.)
I’d invite you to a good German Bier, not comparable to American beer. I promise, this will be a whole new experience.
Ok I was about to throw a hissy fit as a Washingtonian that we scored so low as a state, then I read some of the beers involved: O'Douls (srsly, wth?), Coors, Old Milwaukee Lights (!!!), Miller, Bud, etc etc. Them is some seriously skewed stats. Having traveled throughout the country, I remain convinced that Washington and Oregon have the best breweries and best availability of good beers in the US. Also, Keith, beer is definitely an acquired taste. I hated it until I was fortunate to sample some lovely German Hefeweizen while living in Europe. I loved it after that – not all beers, but some.
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