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My father returned from a bucket list European tour and was in the Czech Republic for a few days and brought home a few cans of beer. Little did I know that the Budweiser family is actually Czechoslovakian??? That is the very original family and so I have this can of Czech Budweiser image.thumb.jpg.53b0b2ee1c607b350e4636a927d80745.jpg

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From the "Beer of Kings" to our American version (brewed with rice) "The King of Beers" (NOT).

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I went through my share of Budwar when I was in Germany.  Good stuff.

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On December 2, 2019 at 12:07 PM, Shrike said:

I went through my share of Budwar when I was in Germany.  Good stuff.

I still have an unopened bottle I brought back from Germany in 1998!

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56 minutes ago, Big Sarge said:

I still have an unopened bottle I brought back from Germany in 1998!

 

One of the greatest changes to the JTR was the one that allowed alcohol to be considered against your PCS weight allowance instead of as a much more controlled separate shipment.  When we left Germany in 2009 we shipped a couple dozen cases of beer, 20 bottles of whiskey, several bottles of German liqueur from Ettal, and about 80 bottles of wine.  All that's left is a few of the wines.  The beer disappeared quickly... 😜

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