10 terrible beers that are way too popular and pollute the international beer scene

A horrible sight when brands like Budweiser and Heineken are occupying the space of decent beers.

A horrible sight when brands like Budweiser and Heineken are occupying the space of decent beers.

In many countries around the world craft beers are on the rise; micro breweries, as well as hobby brewers experimenting on an even smaller scale for their own consumption. Not just because it’s fun, not because these people have way too much time on their hands, but mostly because it’s getting harder and harder to find decent ‘normal’ beers. Most of the biggest brands in this world taste like a smooth cocktail of horse piss mixed with goat urine. And to make matters worse these big players on the market have a habbit of buying smaller companies, change their old recipes and make their beers horrible too. Time to expose some of these horror brands that give beer a bad name.

Foster's Lager.

Foster’s Lager.

10. Foster’s Lager
Originally a brand from Australia, but the only thing that is really Down Under about this beer is that it’s way below the line of acceptable quality. If Foster’s Lager is the standard for Australian beers it’s a miracle how any aboriginal ever became an alcoholic, unless they are really into dirty tubwater from a dog shelter. The rights to sell Foster’s are in the hands of SABMiller (worldwide) and Heineken (Europe), not coincidentally two of the most notorious brewing groups among the ‘Beer Nazis’.

Chang Beer.

Chang Beer.

9. Chang
One can only guess how many people suspiciously looked at the label after their first sip of Chang beer. Are those two  elephants in the logo a cruel joke? But without a doubt elephant urine is one of the least worrying ingredients of this filthy mixture from Thailand. A worldwide poll from 2014 showed that 95% of the people if given the choice would rather be gang raped than ‘Chang raped’. Not counting the unsociable  respondents even a full  100%. Of course I just made this poll up, but it could be true; Chang is truly disgusting.

Coors 12 pack.

Coors 12 pack.

8. Coors
This beer from the United States would be a great reason to start a new prohibition in this country. Based in Colorado, not far from the mighty Rocky Mountains it’s a  miracle how fresh and delicious meltwater can be turned in such a filthy infusion of who knows what. It makes the story of Jesus Christ who turned water into wine look like a cheap magic trick. Rumour has it that the original name wasn’t Coors but Floors, since it’s taste reminded people of the water used to clean the floors of horse stables.

Brahma beer.

Brahma beer.

7. Brahma
This Brazilian monkey piss is owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev, a beer group that did more damage to beer as a product worldwide than the Luftwaffen did to Warsaw. But more about those guys later in this post. Let’s get back to Brahma. Brahma? The term ‘drama’ was more appropriate for this brand. This disgusting brew makes the favelas and the systematic felling of the rainforest in Brazil look like a minor problems in this country.

Rolling Rock beer.

Rolling Rock beer.

6. Rolling Rock
Another perfect example of why the United States have such a blooming craft beer culture. Brands like Rolling Rock are nearly undrinkable. Just like Chang Beer the producers of this ‘pale lager’ seems to mock the consumers by putting a horse on the label. Never was the term horse piss as appropriate to describe a beer as the case of Rolling Rock. ‘Extra pale’, the label claims. There was probably a mistake at the printer and it should have said ‘now with extra piss’, but who’s gonna pay for a few billions new labels right?

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Pabst Blue Ribbon.

Pabst Blue Ribbon.

5. Pabst Blue Ribbon
Another fine classic American brand. What they call lager can better be described as those rotten liquid leftovers at the bottom of a green container. Boy, do you need a strong stomach for this one. The name Blue Ribbon comes from the fact that in the late 19th century Pabst bottles had a small blue ribbon wrapped around them. Nowadays the same bottles should come with a good amount of yellow tape, so you can mark your own crime scene before drinking the content.

A Corona bottle.

A Corona bottle.

4. Corona
This beer is probably the main reason why Mexico by many is still seen as a Third World country. People in refugee camps just outside Somalia even joke that their situation isn’t that bad, since they don’t have to drink Corona. The fact that  bottles usually come with a slice of lemon basically says it all. You know what other products have a touch of lemon? Dish soap and windex tissues. Personally I never tried to consume any of those products but I highly doubt they taste worse than Corona.

A Chinese Snow advertisement.

A Chinese Snow advertisement.

3. Snow
Given the English name you might not expect it, but Snow is actually a Chinese beer. Officially a lager but it’s probably safer to drink water straight out the Yangtze River. Or maybe this is part of China’s One-child Policy, since a few bottles of Snow must be able to cause infertility for both men and women. The perfect evidence to support the myth that Chinese people indeed do eat and drink just about anything.

Budweiser cans.

Budweiser cans.

2. Budweiser/Bud Light
The absolute symbol of the low quality of American macro beers. The next time you see a typical Hollywood cowboy ask for ‘a Bud’, just know that he is just another patriot who wants to show his manliness by drinking the piss of all national symbols at once: the American eagle, the mountain lion and the skunk, now in one handy little bottle. Bud Light is even worse. It’s the same piss mix, only more watery. At that’s not all. The beer group Anheuser-Busch InBev seemed to have made it their holy task to spoil the whole world with nasty beers, producing brands like Corona, Brahma, Stella Artois and Skol.

Heineken, the worst beer in the world.

Heineken, the worst beer in the world.

1. Heineken
As a Dutchman myself, let me start by offering everyone who ever drunk a Heineken my sincere apologies. You were probably better off having a cup of unfiltered canal water in Amsterdam. The horrible taste of this brand through the years has been covered up by brilliant marketing strategies. Which foreign company was first to drop of a few beers after the American prohibition? Right, Heineken. Who was supplying the Japanese soldiers (the same who tortured thousands of Dutch people in concentration camps that made Dachau look like a 3 star resort) with beer during World War II? Right, Heineken. Who raised the prices per bottle on purpose to make the brand seem exclusive? You know it, Heineken.
These green bottles don’t even deserve to wear the word ‘beer’ on their labels. It’s polluted water with 5% alcohol, leaving for prices as if the Dutch king brewed it himself. And like the other major players on the international beer market, Heineken too is buying lots of nice old breweries that are struggling because they hold on to their original recipes. All over the world  decent brands have been completely ruined by switching to ‘the Heineken Way’. Thanks a lot, you deserve your number one spot.

Micky Bumbar

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113 thoughts on “10 terrible beers that are way too popular and pollute the international beer scene

  1. ” it’s a miracle how any aboriginal ever became an alcoholic, unless they are really into dirty tubwater from a dog shelter.” and other clangers. What racist tripe!!!

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    • Well… Only racist in the way that I accept the fact that there are several human races and they are genetically different. Some human races are more likely to become alcoholics. If you would click on the link, you would understand. Never said they are less than any other race, so hold your horses please!

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    • Well, I don’t think so. I wish the opposite for you. May you live happy and healthy for a long time.
      Cheers,
      Micky

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  2. Totally agree on many of your list! What is wrong with this world that we cannot get good beer anymore?! Personally one of my favourites (without taking into consideration craft beers, and the fact that it’s very easy to buy at pretty much any pub in the UAE) is Carlsberg… for now 🙂

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    • Well I really love how people show that they don’t like to be messed with anymore. Major breweries, you’re not doing a decent job? We’ll make our own beer! Love it!
      Cheers,
      Micky

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    • Carlsberg is possibly the best beer in the world. Lol!

      The author of the main thread is such a bitter dude. First off, why wouldn’t successful breweries acquire other breweries?? If they’re making money than they should absolutely do this.

      Second, Heinken is my go to beer. Along with Carlsberg and Stella. Piss on light beers if you want but don’t knock a good normal beer.

      I appreciate craft beers more than most Americans but don’t want to drink them all the time. Occasionally it’s nice to see what someone is trying out. Sometimes good. Sometimes bad. Sometimes just not my thing. And that’s ok. I don’t have to get butt hurt and write a scathing article about anyone who drinks these 10 beers is an idiot.

      And I hate the trend in urban America where small bars are trying to “make a name” by carrying only craft beers. Sorry but I don’t want to come to your bar and drink 7-11% beer with no other options.

      Think I’ll go have a Heineken.

      Cheers.

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      • Buying other breweries is not a problem. Changing existing recipies (read: making it shitty) is however. Only to make more profit. Since you like pilsners, I’d advice you to take some Czech beers, where they still stick to traditional recipes. A hell of a difference with your favorite “beer”.
        Cheers,
        Micky

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  3. I agree with your assessments of the the quality of these beers. You’ve got a bit of a tin ear when it comes to the language you use. On no relative scale is Dachau a 3-star resort and it is offensive and unnecessary to say so. Being politically incorrect just for the sake of making readers think you are brave is just as dumb as being politically correct out of fear of criticism.

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    • Oh come on, this post should be seen as a roast. Don’t take it all too serious please.
      Cheers,
      Micky

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  4. Well, I wonder how Corona got into this list, compared to other beers listed above it’s ok.
    I find Bud to be the worst one, even when it’s fresh from the cooler it already tastes like it’s been kept open under the hot sun for a day.
    Heineken is overpriced, you’re right, they’ve made it too expensive for the quality they offer, but it’s turned out to be great marketing, people believe the price makes qualityand are willing to pay more for the horrible bitter beer.

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    • Oh yeah. Really got to respect their marketing tactics. It’s amazing how they manage to sell their crap all over the world.

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  5. Three of my favorites beers are listed here! If you consider yourself an expert star by respecting people’s taste! Thank God we have so many different versions of beer, and not only the ones from your country! Every country has a different weather, which also change the way people like their beers! You need to study a little bit more, and might be a good idea have some class! I respect the way you like your beer, please, respect mine.

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    • That just means you have a taste for bad beers. Sorry but its like saying i enjoy the 50 cent sausage more than the one a farmer made with fresh meat. You can like it but you can’t blame people for judging the 50 cent one for being total shit.

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    • I did sir. Sorry you are too sensitive to appreciate it. Have yourself some drinks and see if you can develope a sense of humor.
      Cheers,
      Micky

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      • There is nothing funny about rape. There is nothing funny about suggesting that being raped is preferable to consuming a shit beer. Can you imagine what reading that post would be like for a person who has been raped? Don’t come back with some bullshit “lighten up” comment – please seriously consider why you think it is funny to suggest that being forced to having sex against your will is preferable to drinking a rubbish beer. Please. Think about it.

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  6. You are fucking shit. I bet you never tatse above beers before just imagine yourself. You fucks your mom to much, try less.

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  7. Corona is actually quite ok. Agree with the rest of the list, and the people who got their knickers in a twist about the language need to calm the fuck down. Cheers!

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  8. Read this for the first time a few months ago. Read it for the second time just now. It still made me roar with laughter 😀 Never mind the party poopers.

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    • Thanks a lot mate. Guess those people just didn’t drink enough. No wonder if they seem to buy these piss brands.
      Cheers,
      Micky

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  9. Cruzcampo deserves number 1. By far, way worse than Heineken (its one of its brands, like Amstel). Most sold shitty beer in Spain. All Andalucía is invaded with this crap.

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    • It’s the sad strategy of Heineken to buy and screw up beers all over the world. Quite a sad thing.
      Cheers,
      Micky

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    • Beer panorama is appalling.

      I asked for beer at a friend’s bar and inquired which brands they had, since they tend to change their distributor.
      Waiter: Cruzcampo, Heineken and Corona (it is labeled Coronita over here).
      Me: I said I wanted beer.
      W: (slightly offended) well, that’s what we have.
      M: Ok, ok. I’ll have a Coronita, then.
      W: (trying to be smart) You know that’s the gayest of the three, don’t you?
      M: A ‘gay-beer’ that doesn’t pretend to be anything else seems fine. Much better than ‘shit-beer’ pretending to be… well, ‘beer’.

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  10. What’s with all these crap-beer drinking people who have a problem with the way this article is written??!! Haha…after all these years of travelling the world and tasting ALL the beers, I finally find someone who simply tells it like it is…and confirms my own sentiments. Hey the truth is never very comfortable to old habits and loyalties, and this article doesn’t pull the punches…and sadly, for all you mule-piss drinkers out there, who have become chemically addicted to your beer, it takes you out of your comfort zone. It is interesting to note that the article never garnered one single negative response from a craft-brew beer drinker…and understandably so, because once you have moved on from your formaldehyde concoctions, to real (local craft) beer, you will then know the difference, and what real beer tastes like…and…you will never go back to the nasty gut-rotting mystery fluids you were consuming before. Hats off to you Micky.

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    • So you’ve tried ALL the beers in the world during your travels? Bullshit! Silly attempt at attaching some authority to yourself. I suppose you’re a REAL traveller, too, whereas the rest of us are “tourists”? Get your ego in check.

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      • Hello angry person. What’s the matter? Your G-string a bit too tight or is this simply your Tourette syndrome acting up?
        Yes, my biggest hobby next to drinking is traveling. Never said I was less of a tourist than you or any other person who likes to cross the borders.
        But since when does one have to travel a lot to taste mainstream beers that are sold all over the globe?
        Cheers,
        Micky

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      • You’ve missed the point. Your comment amounted to claiming you’d tried ALL the beers of the world – and that’s just bullshit. And you did make that claim in the context of your refwerring to travelling the world. So cut the crap and be honest – own what you say.

        The traveller vs tourist stuff I brought up merely arose out of my reading your post as coming from ego. Must admit, egotistical people have infected the web, and they piss me off. If that makes me an “angry person” in your eyes, well, what would expect from an ego-blown twit other than to project their own crap on to someone else? It just MUST be that I’m an “angry person” rather than you blathering bullshit. Merry Xmas, bud.

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      • And actually, Mickey, now that I’ve re-read my comment in context of the thread, it’s you who has your G-string a little tight. My comment was in response to James Ross’s comment, nothing to do with you. Bleeearrgghhh!

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      • Yeah I figured that out later too. A common mistake at WordPress, since you did the same shortly after. Well, you can skip my comments on my own traveling, but the fact remains that you don’t seem very laid back. May I suggest you pour yourself some drinks and enjoy the holidays.
        Cheers,
        Micky

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  11. This assessment is spot on. I despise Bud, Fosters, Corona or Heineken – each one of which is a giant scam of epic global proportions. In fact – the first time I had a Heineken was at the end of a very tiring day spent trekking in hard sun. The thought of a bottle of chilled of beer keept me going for most parts of the day. Despite being presented with the (aforementioned) fantastic opportunity to impress Heineken failed to shine on my palate and I kept glugging it down hoping it would grow on me or on my taste buds. Needless to say – that was the last time I had a Heineken.

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  12. It is a shame that some people did not appreciate your sense of humor. In this era of political correctness people get offended so easily…. I loved what you wrote and it was so funny that you had me in tears. Really, really funny and spot on! :0) Many thanks!!
    PS: if you ever write a book please let me know!

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    • Thanks a lot for the great compliments mate. Actually I do plan to write one about all the crazy drunk adventures I experienced as a student. With fictive characters of course to protect the ones with good jobs haha… Bit of a future project but definitely want to do it.
      Thanks again and cheers,
      Micky

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  13. Micky, i dig your comments, i drink several of them due to..im gonna drink whats available, period. As a drinker i think more in terms of Volume. Ive drank the best and the worst. But when i have a certain amount of monies set aside for this or that? My Horses come first, they eat the best. Many more important things to me than the taste of a beer of which im gonna be drinking much of, expensive beer to me is as silly as expensive bottled water. I dont drink Vodka much any more, but even the taste of cheap vodka taste like good Vodka after a few. Im drinking a Rolling Rock at this very moment, because it 5% and only 14$ for a case..24, 12oz cans VS. 6 12oz bottled microbrewed handcrafted 4.5% beer for 15$. I wanted that 2lb Piece of London Broil Cut beef to go w/ it, not a hamburger w/ fries. I totally dig your sense of humor on cheap beer Micky

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    • Don’t worry mate. I sin from time to time myself for financial reasons too haha… Have some good beers for the taste and a shitload of “horsepiss” to finish the job!
      Cheers,
      Micky

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      • I actually drank some Handcrafted Acorn beer in Charlotte last fall, ive a bumper crop this year, there poison to Horses, having to rake them up and burn them, wish i knew how to make my own, it was good, all i can think of while burnin them is there potential for beer, thats a sin im sure haha.. i read somewheres that the 1st settlers in America stopped because the ran out of beer and made there 1st from Acorns. It was just in the news today that someone is sue’n Becks for false advertising it as German, i knew in the 80’s that America had its own rules and Becks wasnt anywhere near the original, like Heineken. The 1st American Heineken tasted totally diff than the 1st one i drank in Amsterdam, but this was the 80’s. Some things have changed for the worse. One can get 10 to 50$ from Becks if you fill out the paper work cause they lost the law suit, i already knew and only drank it once so it wouldnt be fair. 3 more cans of Horse piss typing this….it does work. I type slow w/ a can in 1 hand. Gonna be sinning till i run out.

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      • What else can you do?! 🙂
        Well Heineken was shit from the very start. They wanted to keep production costs as low as possible I guess but they are masters of advertising,I got to hand them that.

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    • Oh boy… Everyone is entitled to his own opinion but may I suggest you try some Czech pilsners? I bet you’ll never go back to Heineken.
      Cheers,
      Micky

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  15. Let me add Miller lite to the list. A friend of mine brought some back home from the States. I couldn’t even the can . This swill is the official beer of major league baseball.? What a joke.During the Toronto Blue Jays run in the playoffs, there were numerous ads proudly stating that it is now available in Canada.
    No thanks,
    You can keep this garbage.

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  16. I actually HAD to go into the big city today and was stuck drinking convience store beer. May I add a couple to the list? This is gonna get ugly but since I was where I was and thirsty to boot, I was in a “had to” situation. I must add Old English 800, Ice House & Mickeys Ice (sorry Mick) 40 oz bottles, I haven’t drove a car in 10 years so I’m subjugated to being a passenger and sometimes being held hostage whilst on a mission. Ugg already have the sufferings of a Malt hangover, only thing that saved me was a 3 airplane size bottles of Rumplemintz schnapps, From the ABC store to remove the taste from my mouth, truly gonna be hurting tomorrow. The things I do for my Horses.

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    • Hahahaha guess we all know the feeling when we need a beer right away, when all they have is piss. Don’t know this Mickey beer and not offended mate.
      Cheers,
      Micky

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  17. OMG, they are really disgusting, except for the Heineken beer that is not so bad. But, we could change the article title to “10 terrible findings that I’m a big racist and I do not know anything beyond my own newly navel”. Write only about the beers, friend.

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    • Glad we’re on the same page about the beers mate. But in what universe is this racist? It’s a roast. Don’t take it too serious please.
      Cheers,
      Micky

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  18. Only people whom are actually that way or think that way even use the R word anymore, a direct give away. Only snakes use the T word (trust) The P word (promise) is nearly as useless. Face value will serve one best if one has any sense of Discernment. One that uses the R word is usually wrapped into ones self and cannot see past ones on low self esteem, and surely cannot discern.

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  19. Typical rant from a Dutch guy regarding Heineken, it is not the best but it is OK. Aparantly it is common thing in Holland to rant about your own products. Only things from abroad are nice. Sad actually.

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    • Hell no mate. I’m very proud of my country and all the great things that Holland has to offer. Heineken is just not one of them!
      Cheers,
      Micky

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  20. Hi
    I get the “gist” of the story ,, not all beers are created equal especially if you are looking for cheap beer.. I get that but why resorting to poor comparisons for example “(the same who tortured thousands of Dutch people in concentration camps that made Dachau look like a 3 star resort)” those comments and others are misjudged and do not add to the article .. there are other way to add emphasis on quality or compare their quality .

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    • Mate, it’s a roast. Kind of dark humor for some perhaps. Just don’t take it too seriously. Cheers,
      Micky

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  22. My husband is Dutch also ( Breskens born and raised so WAY down there ) . I know he agrees with all of this . However my brother and father in law drank that Jupiler which seems to be pretty close to these !! Husband also said that Heineken in the states doesn’t taste the same as in Holland but he is an “on tap” kind of guy. He tries all kinds of Craft beers . He does like a dressed Tecate and had a REAL Guinness the other day that he was happy to find .

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    • Ah sure I know Breskens. One of our greatest football players ever, Willem van Hanegem, is from there. Probably Heineken does taste different in different countries, but I haven’t tried any that was actually tasty. Not that I ordered it a lot. Only when there’s absolutely no other beer available. 🙂
      Cheers,
      Micky

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  24. you don’t know is shit beer until you have had Milwaukee’;s Best (Beast) and Natural Nights (Natty Lite); but most of beers listed here I agree is shit.

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  25. God damn I love Heineken. Maybe it’s because I let it warm up a little, or I pour it from the can/bottle into a separate glass, but I haven’t found a better tasting thing yet. If it wasn’t alcoholic, I’d be drinking it every day

    You know how some people don’t like cilantro, or onion, or garlic, or white bread, or american cheese, or that kind of thing? Same thing can happen with drinks. I don’t like orange juice, so it is possible to not like a drink. I think it tastes like an old mexican man.

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  26. It gave me a laugh but I think you are being a bit harsh (at least on the 3 of these I’ve tried). (UK brewed) Fosters for example is perfectly drinkable to me. What its not going to do is stand out from a few other lagers in the same sort of price/strength range in the UK market. To me, I suppose you could say it’s just part of a general wash of commercial blandness. Not bad beer per se but at least in the UK, there are loads of far more interesting beers to try.

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  27. Hi Micky, funny and entertaining stuff. Can’t fault your list. Is Heineken worse than Foster’s? Good question. Interesting point you make about the Dutch brewer providing Heineken to Japanese soldiers in WWII. I wasn’t aware of that and would be interested in discovering more. Are there any sources that you know of that highlight this act?

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  28. Heineken tastes like green piss with added sugar!!! baaaaaa.. always hated it.
    Chang tastes even nastier and sweeter!
    Tuborg is a pretty good beer but I generally prefer German wheat beers! those are the best!

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  29. I found this post by googling “Chang beer awful”.

    Thailand is one of the most beautiful places I have ever visited and I even want to expatriate here. I also don’t have Western palette bias (I’d choose pad thai or jollof rice over burgers any day) but maybe that’s not the case when it comes to beer. Anyway, Chang is the most disgusting beer I have ever had in my lifetime. Even worse than Star (a Nigerian beer). The hotel I am staying at has a choice between Heineken and Chang and I actually found Heineken drinkable by comparison.

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  30. hey ~ Heineken is the worst beer in the world? Sounds like your mind is polluted with aprucot fucking millennial beer! Who the FUCK are you any way? A fucking Trump Corporation talking co
    ck?

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  31. I didn’t read the whole thing but I scrolled down to see if Corona was on the list! I am Mexican and I am terribly ashamed of the international success of Corona. It is one of the worst beers out there for sure. Your opening to Corona is the best thing I’ve read about it haha.

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    • Thanks a lot mate. As a Dutchman I feel the same shame that Heineken is so popular all over the world.
      Cheers,
      Micky

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  32. Bud and most of its permutations: worst beer ever, except for a German local in the late 60’s. Germany also had the best beer but quality iffy and I was usually just passing through. So, Heineken was a reliable choice.
    Back in the States, Heineken was way different – didn’t drink it again for a decade or so. Then, strangely, it stood out well against the Schlitzes and Lone Stars, just too pricey. But Heineken had a unique effect on me after I’d drink it regularly for a while: when I thought about buying and drinking beer, I’d mentally compare the first taste of a Heineken with any other beer I might want to drink and the Heineken won. Still a 6-pack of H cost $8.50 or so and 16-oz Lone Star under $6. And I don’t like to be manipulated; I think Heineken has a trick.
    These days I mostly like Corona Familiar in quarts, only a little cheaper than Heineken but not tricky. The Corona Extra, which you rate, is similar to all light beers – useless. I still buy an occasional Heineken 20-oz’er…
    Ok, just wanted to share a bit and say thanks, interesting site. On my way to Whole Foods to pick up a fresh turkey and a growler of porter, yum, thick beer.

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  33. I don`t really agree with this list. Heineken is not fantastic but budweiser tastes much worse. Heineken at least tastes and looks somewhat like a beer. Although a bad version of course. Budweiser taste more like a strange soft drink added with alcohol and looking like piss. That is not beer in anyway.

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  34. I am somali, and laughed very hard when u said somalis in refugee camp dont miss corona! Hahaha good joke.
    I stumbled this blog because i was googling “why corona is so expensive”. Those who call u racist are crazy and have no sense of humour and part of major probelem in the world.

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    • Amen/Agreed…I heard a new term the other day, well new to me anyway…”Bovine Manner” which as i interpret it means like a Cow, herd mentality. Ive heard the old sheeple or follow like sheep many times. But you know how you hear a 101 things and only a couple will click…that clicked w/ me cause i work w/ Equine (Horses) and and they have more of a pecking order. Herd animal yes but the pecking order is much more prevalent. Im not subject to what we used to call peer pressure. But im old enuff now to have seen Marketing/Media effect many aspects of peoples lives. My pallet speaks to me in…more bang for the buck. Ill drink cheap beer iffin its high alcohol content. Tis Schnapps season or Bourbon and Eggnog season now. And im talking a dozen eggs and a 1/2 gallon Bourbon w/ Gallon milk,vanilla and nutmeg. A man can strive offin my nogg. Itll be Beer season agin soon enuff.

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