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Grain Belt Beer

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Grain Belt Beer sign next to Hennepin Avenue Bridge over the Mississippi River (August 2022)

This sign made it onto the National Register of Historic Places six years before this photo was taken.

Full-body workout

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Work your quads, calves, and liver all at the same time!

Wheel me out of the ball game…

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KIA Tigers professional baseball crowd

… Wheel me out to the car…

Did you know? At KBO games it’s not only a BYOB situation, you can actually bring in entire coolers loaded with ice and hard alcohol! In the above case, it appears the cooler is loaded with soju (소주) which is usually 20-40% alcohol and very inexpensive.

They actually have a beer-chugging contest on the dugout between innings. The winner receives a free case of beer and the applause of thousands.

Happy International Beer Day!

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A fan, feeling the Alien Force spirit, comps the band five beers @ Copenhagen’s High Voltage (July 2021)

Doosan Arena from Pilsen Cathedral

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(Pilsen, Czech Republic – August 2021)

The stadium covering some of this photo was previously known as Stadion města Plzně and is the home turf of FC Viktoria Plzeň. The Pilsner Urquell Brewery is behind it.

Happy last day of Oktoberfest!

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Pilsner Urquell Brewery interior (Plzen, Czech Republic)

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Seems like it should last until the end of October but whatever…

Today’s photo comes from the brewery of the original Pilsner, Pilsner Urquell. First brewed in 1842 by Bavarian brewer Josef Groll, it’s unfortunate that to taste this beer as it’s meant to be tasted, you have to go to the Czech Republic. The beer doesn’t age well or taste great out of a can or bottle IMO.

On the other hand, if I’m to be transported instantly to drink a beer on tap/draft then that location is the Czech Republic and that beer is Pilsner Urquell.