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    ... make a good beer.

    http://www.warsteiner-usa.com/indextall.jsp

    For my Chicago peeps, Uberstein is a Hofbrau on Clark and Cornelia, near Wrigley. Get the pretzels with the beer cheese.

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    Sounds, ah, tastes good to me.

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    Not German but, very tasty.


    http://www.leinie.com/summer_shandy.html

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    Default Re: Germans...

    my favorite:

    http://www.koenig.de
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    No, Tommy. There's a gun in your trousers. What's a gun doing in your trousers?

    It's for Protection.

    Protection from what? "Zee Germans"?

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    thought the same exact thing

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    Germans make excellent beer, as do the English, Czechs, and Belgians.

    German-Americans founded great breweries like Leinenkugels (Wis.) and Shiner (Tex.) and German-Mexicans founded Dos Equis. I'm sure there are others but those spring to mind.

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