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Watered-Down Budweiser Tastes A Lot Like Normal Bud In Blind Tasting

Watered-Down Budweiser Tastes A Lot Like Normal Bud In Blind Tasting

Commented Mar 8, 2013 at 18:05:42 in Taste

“That says alot of about Bud! However I like Boxer Lager's thoughts on 'watering down' better! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6oBsnyD2_4
Anheuser-Busch Takes Out Full-Page Ads To Fight Claims It's Watering Down Beer

Anheuser-Busch Takes Out Full-Page Ads To Fight Claims It's Watering Down Beer

Commented Mar 4, 2013 at 17:12:43 in Business

“I prefer Boxer Lager response this watered down allegations. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U6oBsnyD2_4
Why are We Subsidizing Fake Canadian Beer?

Why are We Subsidizing Fake Canadian Beer?

Commented Feb 14, 2012 at 15:26:11 in Canada

“Burt I look this the same as the federal small business tax, A small business like mine doesn't pay the same as larger corporations, this to encourage small business as we all know competition is good for any economy. Also the large oil companies I partner with pay more royalty than me as they have the economy of scale and make more per barrel of oil. This is no different. As for profits leaving well they are making a brewery in Calgary, that looks like reinvesting of profits to me, also I see Minhas' commercials on local channels like Global and CityTV all the time, I don't see any other smaller producers doing just the Minhas' and then of course big international brewers... As for beer quality i enjoy Mountain Crest and love the price, I treid Beer Beer and thought it was horrible beer... lousy can and lousy taste.... But hey thats just my opninion, that why i like competition I can have a favourite and you can have yours. I just don't get the big deal where it is beer made rather how it taste.”

Burt65 on Feb 14, 2012 at 17:48:43

“I agree it doesn't matter where it's made. But if you're making the beer primarily in Wisconsin (small local brewery aside) with all the concomitant jobs being in Wisconsin, why should they be eligible for tax breaks in Alberta? Tax breaks should be used to spur local (i.e. provincial) economic activity. I suppose there's some economic benefit to the beer being sold in Alberta, but is that worth $5.6 million in tax breaks?”
Why are We Subsidizing Fake Canadian Beer?

Why are We Subsidizing Fake Canadian Beer?

Commented Feb 14, 2012 at 13:57:14 in Canada

“This reeks of bias! Wow Molson and Labatt must be loving this article!!! What non-sense”