>you will never drink fosters
>you will never go back to a simpler time where there wasn't a stigma associated with drinking fosters
It still blows my mind that yanks don't drink until that age, or are at least somewhat limited.
By early 20s most people I know are getting bored of drinking because they've been hard at it since teenage years
can we have a rare 4chan shitposter thread
>Obeying drinking laws
I bet you even stand at the side of the road until the green man comes on you fucking tool.
>go on a cruise
>it's an American owned ship but the cruise is in Australian waters
>Sorry you're underage, we can't serve you alcohol
I'm 25 and people have been saying that for a couple of years. My good friends and I never host house parties so these days I only end up going to a few house parties a year.
And they're always fun.
AWWWWWWWWWW WHAT A FUCKING SCORCHER!
That's a spicy meme you've slapped me with, lad. Originality, impact and relevance; it's truly got the lot.
>it's a 'im not from sydney but trust me my opinion matters' episode
>it's a "im from sydney but trust me im white" episode
That's like multiplying by zero.
They're both undrinkable.
I do love an excellent Belgian though, although the best "Belgian" i've ever tried was brewed in Canada.
>although the best "Belgian" i've ever tried was brewed in Canada.
What does Belgian mean in the US, if not 'beer from Belgium'?
>Pic somewhat related
Anyone else here like these? They are so cheap for imported beer it should be criminal
It depends who you're talking to.
If you're a Coors/Bud kind of guy, Blue Moon is going to be what you think of when someone says Belgian.
For people who like trying international alcohols, most people here equate Belgian with Trappist and sweet tripels.
>Blue Moon is going to be what you think of when someone says Belgian.
So.. White ale?
>For people who like trying international alcohols, most people here equate Belgian with Trappist and sweet tripels.
And for those people a ´Belgian´ could still be from Canada or Colorado?
I've travelled most states, what got me was alchol pricing changes rapidly. Australia is nearly universal, in Vegas I could get a 2L grey goose for $60 bucks. In New York prices where as double and then some.
A bucket is 6 cans in ice, Places around here do buckets of most beers. Usually that corona shit.
I fucking hate corona with a passion, drank Negra Modelo? I think in mexican. 10x the beer. Not sure if dans stocks it but.
Yeah that's a good drop тbh, the local taco joint has it on tap pretty cheap.
>tfw more and more Mexicans moving to my city
>only based ones because it's such an expensive flight for them, thus they have to really want to live here
so far so good
>he doesn't drink filthy English made apple flavoured moonshine
>stella is considered wifebeater fuel here
>mfw i'm browsing alcohol with my gf in america and she says it's a fancy import
26 and I've never ever seen it. Surely have never seen anyone drinking it. Only reason I know of it is because of the commercials. I find every local store I can because I'm a craft beer fag and I scan every beer in the place. Never seen it. I'm in Pennsylvania by the way. Not sure if it's relevant.
>stigma associated with drinking fosters
I'm not a particularly fussy beer drinker, but I draw the line at Fosters, its just really nasty. Only real times I get on the piss are around Christmas and Anzac day.
Do you foreign faggots get this god tier beer?
>tfw it's only $1.40 each can at my local liquor store, and a 40oz bottle is only about 20cents more.
Enjoy your high drinking age yanks because this is 100% true, as soon as people can go out, they do, some find it completely shit and some enjoy it, either way It splits groups and you never have as many big enjoyable house parties after It's legal to drink
Prices in general change from state to state and even county to county
The only level of government that can do sales and excise taxes (And Income for that matter) in Australia is Federal, whereas any level of Government can put whatever taxes they want in the US
Is beer popular in France? What type do you drink? I drink New Glarus.
>Yuengling is the best cheap option.
How is that crap pronounced anyway? younglings?
>tfw as an 18 year old in Wisconsin I know more about beer than most out-of-staters.
>tfw my dad buys me beer.
>tfw my favorite beer has won international awards and even beat some German beers.
That's not much of an accomplishment. Coors used to win at German beer competitions. According to my parents they changed the recipe for it years ago and it doesn't taste the same as it used to.
The only people I see drinking the oil cans are old men that are cheap.
It isn't a horrible brew, but doesn't really stand out to me. I get one from time to time just because of the can.
We were the last state in the union to change our drinking age and protested on the steps of the capital building but still changed it anyway. I fucking hate Washington, D.C. Sometimes. Beer is to Wisconsinites as Pineapple is to Hawaiians
Stella ain't no ale
I drink Leffe mostly, they have a large range of products and nearly everything's good (and they produce the only beers my GF likes : Leffe Ruby/Nectar/Whitbread golding)
But then again I also drink Chimay, Affligem etc...
Not so fond of lagers.
Australians would never be able to craft cars as brilliant as Fuji Heavy Industries.