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Old 03-26-2013   #133
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Default Re: There's a reason Ed Reed won't put Houston over the top

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Originally Posted by Lurvinator11 View Post
**** this guy too! Can't even use the right form of their, and he thinks we are dumb??

Man I'm ****ing pissed off now!
Eh, don't take it personally, there are plenty of stereotypes out there, and plenty of uninformed people who like to paint with a broad brush. I do take issue with this though:
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and there is no other beer than Shiner or Lone Star.
What a load of ignorant crap. Lone Star is on par with Bud/Miller/Coors, and Shinerbock is a step above. But there is a growing number of craft breweries in Texas with quite a good following, and new ones opening every month or so. We just had 8th Wonder Brewery open up in Houston last month, and they have a few good ones. Saint Arnold is a solid brewery. Austin is booming with a variety of breweries. Live Oak and Thirsty Planet are great, and Jester King could possibly be a top 10 craft brewery in the country. JK does a great job of variety and consistency at a high level for a craft brewery.

You simply don't have an industry growing like this if everyone drinks Shiner and Lone Star.

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