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Originally posted by BiggyMcBigPants
Any country that has the wherewithal to give the world Newcastle Brown Ale is a-okay in my book. Don't let the kookier individuals here get to you.
Originally posted by blah yada
reply to post by SKinLaB
Not to be a pedant, but Murphy's and Guinness are not UK brews.Murphy's is brewed in the UK under license, but both are Irish brands originally. My favourite UK brew is Samuel Smiths Organic Ale. It is outstanding and available here in the US. It would be a sin not to try it if you already haven't ! They make a porter and a lager too.edit on 14-1-2011 by blah yada because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by SKinLaB
I don't really understand why the OP would think the Americans don't like the people in the U.K. You are our ally and our friend in my book. My wife is Irish and my best friend in the world is from Staffordshire.. I am not trying to buddy up and kiss the U.K's ass, im just telling the truth. I have friends from different Countries. I don't judge a book by its cover, i judge from whats inside.
U.K and Ireland have killer brew also. Boddingtons Pub Ale, Murphy's Stout, and Guinness of course.edit on 14-1-2011 by SKinLaB because: (no reason given)