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  • Submitted by bttrdenu on Sep 29, 11 at 7:15pm

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

  • Submitted by DasBierChef on Sep 29, 11 at 6:56pm

    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 triple on Sep 29, 11 at 2:47pm

    All Yankee beer is garbage !!

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    Submitted by huggybehr on Sep 29, 11 at 6:33pm

    Who the fuck says Yankee anymore... Lmao

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    Submitted by AgnoParxi on Sep 29, 11 at 8:36pm

    Lambertus Pils an Oktoberfest beer was so amazing that if Yuengling and Cocaine had a baby, that beer would have been the result.

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      Submitted by fozzi on Sep 30, 11 at 3:46am

      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 shamrock2112 on Sep 29, 11 at 1:55pm

    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.

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      Submitted by 08GSXR600 on Sep 29, 11 at 2:01pm

      seriously!! there are beers other than bud, miller, and pbr

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    Submitted by greb on Sep 29, 11 at 2:34pm

    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.

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    Submitted by krazybobblehead on Sep 30, 11 at 9:41am

    Pick up some dead guy ale by rouge

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    Submitted by  on Apr 23, 12 at 10:27pm

    Rockin the sandals

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

    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.