Budweiser

I was a beer snob, in the days of my youth. If I drank a lager it would normally be a Czech one such as Urquell or Budweiser Budvar. Many people thought that the Czech Budweiser was superior to the American one.
But recently, at home, I've been drinking the American version, and I prefer it. One of the ingredients, oddly, is premium rice!
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Offramp
wrote:
And it is.
American brewers, use rice because it's cheaper and brews faster than malt. It provides a beer that suits the tastes of people who don't like beer.
Locally the American product is known as Buttwiper. Sold in all the finest redneck bars.
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Julian Macassey

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