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  • Duh, everyone knows that Germans have a long rich history of making things. Like beer, bratwurst, and world wars.

    Submitted by bttrdenu on Sep 29, 11 at 7:15pm
  • The American craft brew scene is one of the most exciting in the world! Track down some Dogfish Head if you don't believe me.

    Submitted by DasBierChef on Sep 29, 11 at 6:56pm
  • All Yankee beer is garbage !!

    Submitted by triple on Sep 29, 11 at 2:47pm
  • Lambertus Pils an Oktoberfest beer was so amazing that if Yuengling and Cocaine had a baby, that beer would have been the result.

    Submitted by AgnoParxi on Sep 29, 11 at 8:36pm
    • Lambertus is not an Oktoberfest beer. Only beer which is brewed within the city limits of Munich is allowed to be served in this festival. Lambertus is from Aachen.

      Submitted by fozzi on Sep 30, 11 at 3:46am
  • Who the fuck says Yankee anymore... Lmao

    Submitted by huggybehr on Sep 29, 11 at 6:33pm
  • Oktoberfest beers are also watered down. They generally serve Marzen which runs 5% as opposed to most German beers that run 7% Extra water is sometimes added to Marzen after fermenting to bring the ABV down.

    Submitted by greb on Sep 29, 11 at 2:34pm
  • Um...they sell German beer in USA. And it's not soooo good. \n\nTry a Sam Adams or one of the 50,000 craft brews here. Beats a pilsner every day.

    Submitted by shamrock2112 on Sep 29, 11 at 1:55pm
    • seriously!! there are beers other than bud, miller, and pbr

      Submitted by 08GSXR600 on Sep 29, 11 at 2:01pm
  • Pick up some dead guy ale by rouge

    Submitted by krazybobblehead on Sep 30, 11 at 9:41am
  • Rockin the sandals

    Submitted by  on Apr 23, 12 at 10:27pm
  • you do realize the German beer will still taste a lil diff if it's brought over here. Just like American soda dont taste the same on german economy. so suck it.

    Submitted by checkabaybee on Sep 29, 11 at 10:04pm