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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000208.txt from 2000/07

From: Lacy Schroeder <LacyS@-----.org>
Subj: RE: [kl] Beer - Best, good & bad
Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2000 15:48:11 -0400

Yes, and Budweiser is brewed right here in St. Louis! I've taken a tour of
the brewery, and they give you free samples (provided you have a proper
I.D.!). As a matter of fact, I was just around the brewery last night on the
4th of July.

LacyS

-----Original Message-----
From: Kevin Fay (LCA) [mailto:kevinfay@-----.com]
Subject: [kl] Beer - Best, good & bad

Dan Sutherland stated emphatically:

<<<The best beer is Granville Island English Bay Pale Ale. I know this
because after several of them I appear, at least to myself, far more clever
than before. But you did mention "taste", a quality with which I have no
interest or experience.>>>

. . . how can a Canadian beer that purports to be "English" possibly count
among the best?

Very [un]clearly, the world's best beer in Guinness. And a good thing, too.
As my grandfather (Ned Clancy) used to say (a maxim I am sure he pilfered),
Guinness is a heavenly nectar sent from on high to keep the Irish from
ruling the Earth . . .

The most popular beer in the world is Budweiser, which I guess is the brewed
equivalent of Britney Spears. Sells a lot, guaranteed to be fresh.

James Marioneaux posted:

<<<My dad (rest his soul) always said the best beer is whatever happens to
be on sale that week. I would usually had to be careful before answering
when he said "Want a beer?">>>

Grandpa Ned had a similar outlook. He opined that whilst some beers were
tastier than others, the only "bad" beer was no beer.

. . . which reminds me, I need to pick some up for the 4th . . .

kjf

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