posted on Jun, 13 2013 @ 06:44 PM
Well I think I should know about this one.
It's insipid plastic tasting swill. It's vile. In terms of taste it is bland, lacking, and unpalatable. There is no redeeming quality in it's
watery, offensive to the taste bud, carbonated being.
It might sound hyperbole, and I know of only 1 person who ever bought this, and tried to give it to us, and he was from America. But not a single
person I know can stomach the stuff.
It's easy to go flat, where it becomes nothing more than a slightly bitter wet polystyrene. It does not quench the thirst. It has no body to it.
It's like drinking hot water on a hot day when you're thirsty.
It's alone in it's kind down here. We have other, tasteless futile beers, but they are aware of their shortcomings. We call them boutique beers, for
the most part. The sort of beer that as soon as it hits your palate, your entire mouth realises something foreign has entered into it. Where you
discover that the intention of continuing to drink, has now become a chore rather than the enjoyable evening you had anticipated.
Fosters trumps this in all aspects.
It is liquid plastic. It's the only way I can describe it. The by product of the petroleum industry. How two Americans in the early years came here
and started it, and then it became known as an Australian Icon, has to be a long-troll. You can bet that back then, those two guys had troll-faces.
It... Is... Insidious.