Food of the Nineties, Foreign Beers
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In the eighties all people really had to worry about when it came to beer was between getting a regular or "lite" Budweiser, Miller or Coors. In the 90s Foreign beers, along with microbrews, started to rise in popularity. In the later half of the 1990s, these beers (mostly german) went on to become nationaly recognized brands such As Becks, Heineken, and everyones favorite Australian style oil-keg beer, Fosters. Go to the beer Isle today and you'll find all sorts of brands of beer from all sorts of places.
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Mark - August 18, 2012 - Report this comment
Actually, Heineken was a VERY popular beer for yuppies in the early 80s
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