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All That Is Solid Melts Into Air, Where It Consequently Tastes Like Michelob Ultra

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A Belgian/Brazillian producer of bad beer has purchased an American producer of vaguely beer-flavored alcoholic water. This has caused some conservatives to realize that there may be some contradiction between capitalism and the preservation of local tradition–how about that? Being not a conservative, I can’t really understand the concerns, although I do worry that this may lead even more store space devoted to Sellases and Beckeses and Labattses and less devoted to beer. (Seriously, this is one gigantic mountain of crap. Well, Boddington’s is OK, although when I feel like the genre I prefer Old Speckled Hen, if only for those cool coasters with the wolf in a suit. Oh, and if you’re ever in Western Canada and someone starts touting Kokanee, make a mental note to ignore any judgments about beer ever offered by said individual permanently.) Anyway, I think this makes it clear that nobody has to worry about the Budweiser recipe being altered; it fits right in…

A neighborhood in Queens was once the country’s leading consumer of Bud. I had never actually heard of Breezy Point before; they have bad taste in beer but a cool name.

…a commenter is correct to note that I missed Hoegaarden, which is pretty good. Another expert notes that the list may exclude some of their good small Belgian beers, which I assume is also true.

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