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Where is Beavis, anyway? You'd think "Australian" and "Fosters" in the same sentence would have drawn him in, rushing to the defense of Australian beer... emoticon

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In Beavis' absence.......

There is nothing to defend with Aussie beer. Simply stated, it is the best beer in the world and attracts conscientious drinkers who are willing to make available a significant amount of their precious time to show their wholehearted support of such a high quality and attractive product.

However, "Fosters" is not popular here. It targets the export markets, not the local yokels.
 
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The Fosters here is bottled in Canada. How sad is that? Also, it tastes amazingly similar to Bud Light.

But I must disagree with you about Australia having the best beer in the world. I'm sorry to have be the one to tell you this, as I know it will surely rock your whole world, but here in America it is Germany that holds that distinction. Here, your country is known for Steve Irwin, a few odd animals, an interestingly shaped opera house, and Great White Sharks. Oh, and nifty accents. Can't forget those. emoticon

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To be honest, addi, I have never met a beer I didn't like. When in the States, I usually had Coors or Millers and found them both fine.

The German beers are excellent, too. Although, if you drink too much of them you end up wanting to wear leather shorts and slap people. A German friend of mine once told me the breweries there do not use preservatives which gives the beer a better taste while it is young.

However, to me, there's no place like home when it come to beer.
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Although, if you drink too much of them you end up wanting to wear leather shorts and slap people.



So THAT'S how I'm supposed to gauge when I've had too much...but what about when that happens and I haven't been drinking? emoticon



I like Red Stripe a lot. I actually don't like the German beers I've had all that much, but I think the versions we get here are different from what the rest of the world gets.

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So THAT'S how I'm supposed to gauge when I've had too much...but what about when that happens and I haven't been drinking? emoticon




You'll find you get invited to more parties where everyone is wearing leather.....


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C'mon Rimmer, those kinds of parties almost never require an invitation. So long as you have the appropriate uniform.

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An invitation is always a good idea - less chance of turning up the wrong address that way. emoticon

Try explaining the leather and accessories to the little old lady or retired police officer who answers the door.
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*wanders in casually, notice's Rimmer has done the defence, wanders out again*

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*wanders in casually, notice's Rimmer has done the defence, wanders out again*



......doesn't notice the leather shorts?
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