Real beer is beer that isnt made by an American domestic conglomerate, such as Millers, Coors or Budweiser (although Bud was bought by Belgians, it still sucks).

Contrary to popular (and ignorant) belief among non-Americans, the USA has some of the best beer in the world. America is home to many world-renowned breweries such as Dogfish Head, Stone, Boston Brewery (Sam Adams), Russian River, Sierra Nevada, Three Floyd's, Rogue, Lagunitas, Alaskan and Lost Abbey.

The United States is home to many of its own distinct types of beer, such as Imperial IPAs, Belgian IPAs, Imperial red ales, Steam ales, Strong ales, Cream ales, Blonde ales and Dry lagers.

Although I do enjoy beers from Europe such as Belgians and English browns, and Belgian ales might be the best brewed beer ever, the majority of foreign beer that gets imported to the United States just cannot hold up to the majority of the brew coming from American microbrews nowadays.

hamburgersued is a dumbass.
Any beer from Stone kicks the crap out of anything from the UK. Stone is real beer.
yonskii가 작성 2010년 02월 17일 (수)
Sort of beer not available in America (Continent), enjoyed by Germans, Belgians and the Czech among others. (Also not avilable in France or the UK). Tastes like american beer but without the flavor of ass and with added flavor of beer.
Hans: Have you ever had real beer?
Justin: Yes, Pabst Blue Ribbon.
Hans: Slaps Justin in the face.
hamburgersued가 작성 2008년 08월 03일 (일)

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