0 () posted 1 year ago by funturistic 1 year ago by funturistic +2 / -2 8 comments share 8 comments share save hide report block hide replies
Inbev owns Anheuser Busch and MillerCoors, along with so many other brands, such as the Stella you posted. Just like Pepsi or Coke, they have more than one place where product is made. Through the 80s and 90s, expensive beer was imported. It wasn't actually good, but people paid more because imported implied it was exotic. Then, the Boston Beer Comoany fucked it up for the major brewers. They made actual good beer in the US. The craft brew revolution happened and far less people were willing to pay premium prices for shitty foreign beer just because it was imported. So now, it's more or less irrelevant where the beer is made because you basically have two categories: Mass produced beer (mostly by Inbev), and "everything else."
Thank you for sharing good beer, I will go now to retailer and purchase product now. /s.
Honestly, if you're not shilling this product, I don't know what you are doing. It's made the same way as bread and yogurt are. You add bacteria and wait for it to rot.
Nice try. List the ingredients in the water.
If I were you, I'd just get growlers of local drafts or just get a kegerator or something along those lines.
There's a beer called Heavy Seas, and I used to drink at a bar owned by the dude that makes it (before he went public with his beer), and the bottled beer just never came close to tap quality. He had a maibock that was the best beer I've ever had. Plus, his stuff was super high alcohol %.
Anyhow, point being, bottles can be hit or miss, and if I drank I would avoid them if possible. I actually worked in a bottling plant too lol, just not beer.
It proves that the $15 dollar beer is exactly the same as the $6 dollar beer!