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On Wed, 21 Jan 2004, Roger Mills wrote:

> Christophe wrote:
>
> En réponse à paul-bennett :
> >>  Also, the mass-market kinds
> >>are generally bubblier than than the less widespread kinds.
>
> >Especially in the Netherlands, where my experience says that beer is there
> even bubblier than in France (my friend agrees: he finds beers in France
> too flat for his taste).
>
> American mass-market beers are way too bubbly (formerly, some were
> less so than others, but the non-bubbly ones seem to have been
> eliminated by corporate mergers etc.).  Personally I favor Heineken
> (its Indonesian clone Bintang Baru was good too) or Foster's.

Silly foreigner! Don't you know we only export utter crap!! (Though for
that matter, we also only make utter crap. I've only ever had one beer
(German or Scandinavian I think, not very common here) that could even
remotely be described as 'drinkable', let alone good.)


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Tristan