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9 beers Americans don't drink anymore 8 years 4 months ago #1

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Michelob was left standing a while ago in the game of musical chairs that is the US beer market.

But Miller Genuine Draft is still pretty prominent here, so that drop is surprising.

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9 beers Americans don't drink anymore 8 years 4 months ago #2

Interesting but none are a a great loss if they completely disappear.

Even more interesting is a link[/url:26cp9lyf] on that site to per capita drinking and also breweries per state.
I had no idea that California tops the poll with 318 breweries with Washington next with 148 followed as expected with Colorado and Oregon.

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9 beers Americans don't drink anymore 8 years 4 months ago #3

Yeah, but California is big. Nearly 38 million people, compared to 7, 5, and 4 for the Washington, Colorado, and Oregon. The latter three walk all over California in terms of Breweries per capita.

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9 beers Americans don't drink anymore 8 years 4 months ago #4

I dream of the day that Pabst Blue Ribbon joins that list.

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9 beers Americans don't drink anymore 8 years 4 months ago #5

Don't knock PBR, it has great suckability when thirsty. Sort of like sprite.

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9 beers Americans don't drink anymore 8 years 4 months ago #6

&quot;Andrew&quot;:1xgvb64t wrote: I dream of the day that Pabst Blue Ribbon joins that list.[/quote:1xgvb64t]
Unlikely to happen though as hasn't it become a bit of a hipster drink in an oh so ironic way?

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