[Dixielandjazz] American Beer

Marek Boym marekboym at gmail.com
Mon Oct 19 15:16:40 PDT 2009

Of all the beers mentioned, only Grolsch is in the premium category
(although the Israeli licensee of Heineken has successfully been
marketing it as premium).

Personally, I hardly drink what the Dutch call "Pils," practically any
lager sold on tap.  But I can still tell the difference between the
Czech Budweiser (Budvar) and American Bud.

On 19/10/2009, Joe Hopkins <jazzclarinet at cox.net> wrote:
> When I lived in Amsterdam (1973-1976)  I brought several american beers to Holland while returning from a business trip to New York. Then I invited several friends over for a beer tasting party. I included Stella Artois, Grolsch, Lowenbrau, Heinekin and a couple of other Europen beers. I also included Budweiser, Coors and a couple of micro brews. No one knew what beer they were tasting. The two most popular were Grolsch and Bud....I had people there from Holland, Germany, UK, Spain, France , Brazil and Italy. They were bumbfounded that they chose Bud as their favorite.....who knew?
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