Some Thoughts on the Budweiser Sale
There are really four classifications of beer enthusiasts in this country: Budweiser lovers, Miller Lite lovers, Coors lovers, and beer lovers.
You see people who drink one brand exclusively or only drink other brands because there is no Bud, Lite, or Silver Bullet or not beer lovers they are lovers of their favorite beer. A beer lover will always want to try something new or different. Often true beer lovers are looked upon as snobs because they do not enjoy the American Pilsners but the inverse is actually true. People who only consume a product because of name recognition are snobs -which means the Bud/Miller/Coors-only people are the snobs.
The irony in this situation is that this time the snobs are also the ones who are setteling for second best. I find original Bud and Miller High Life unpalateble, their light beers are okay as are the Coors products but generally I will look to anything else because I enjoy a real intense flavor from my brew. These American Pilsners were developed to have little taste on purpose. There have been countless documentaries about how the German brewers had to waterdown the flavor of their recipes when they got to America so check out one of them out on Food Network or History Channel the next time one is one.
If you drink one of these three American brewers and you want to know if you are a beer lover or a lover of a specific beer then try a Yuengling, Blue Moon, or other crafted beer. If you still prefer your Bud then hey, you are a Bud Man and there is nothing wrong with that.
So for you true Bud men (and women) out there do not fret about the recent purchase of your favorite beer purveyor by Belgian owned InBev no one on this planet makes better beer than the Belgians. Besides, Bud Light is the top selling beer in America so I highly doubt that they are going to tamper with the recipe.
I fall under the category of beer lover and currently my favorite brews are Belgian-style Blue Moon (Coors) and the Pecan Nut Brown Ale from Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company in Kiln, MS (Brett Favre’s hometown).
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