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21st Mar '17 8:23:53 PM billybobfred
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* Background NPC chatter in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIV''; a rude customer asks for a glass of the Gold Saucer's "finest wine". The waitress asks the bartender for "our vilest piss". She claims to the customer that it's a "Fifth Astral Era vintage"; given that the game takes place in the Seventh Umbral Era over 1,500 years later, wine ''that'' old is likely to be piss now even if it really was a good vintage at some point. The customer, apparently, is ignorant of this, lamenting that it's ''only'' a Fifth.
13th Mar '17 5:03:00 PM Divra
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* ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' has this in the first episode with Revy calling Rock's beer piss (which leads to a Bacardi drinking contest).

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* ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' has this in the first episode with Revy calling Rock's beer piss (which leads to a Bacardi drinking contest). There's never any indication that the beer is ''bad'', though. It's just that Revy thinks serious drinking requires hard liquor.
13th Mar '17 5:00:53 PM Divra
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* Bretonnian ale brewing in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' and ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasyRoleplay'' is so bad that "Bretonnian beer" is the in-universe byword for "undrinkable swill". The guide to Bretonnia in ''[=WFRP=]'' states that implying that the brewer is Bretonnian is an excellent way to start a fight in pretty much any tavern or alehouse in the Old World.

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* Bretonnian ale brewing in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' and ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasyRoleplay'' is so bad that "Bretonnian beer" is the in-universe byword for "undrinkable swill". The guide to Bretonnia in ''[=WFRP=]'' states that implying that the asking an inkeeper or tavern owner if his brewer is Bretonnian is an excellent a quick, cheap and foolproof way to start of starting a fight in BarBrawl pretty much any tavern or alehouse anywhere in the Old World.
17th Feb '17 12:13:05 PM Civanfan
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* In the bartending sim VisualNovel/VA11HALLA, "Promo" drinks were generally designed to advertise or memorialize something without any eye to the actual ''flavor'' of the drink involved.
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7th Feb '17 3:38:40 AM AgProv
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* UsefulNotes/SouthAfrica offers the world a wine called ''Spatzendreck'' or "sparrow-shit". [[http://vinepair.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/9-spatzen.jpg The label]] shows a cheeky sparrow grinning back over its shoulder and presenting a very obvious arsehole to the consumer.
24th Jan '17 5:16:53 PM RampinUp46
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*** Lone Star (the National Beer of Texas)

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*** Lone Star (the National Beer of Texas)Texas, also popular among punks and metalheads for being relatively cheap, however Lone Star is also liked by "good 'ol' boys" and some hipsters, albeit less so than PBR or Miller High Life. WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill features an {{Expy}} in the form of Alamo Beer.)
19th Jan '17 11:04:45 AM chucknormie
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* India pale ale (IPA) is definitely a LoveItOrHateIt style of beer due to being heavily hopped (resulting in the style being bitter beyond belief), and that's not even getting into [[FanHater the hate some people have for IPA]] ''[[{{Hipster}} drinkers]]''. However, what both aficionados and detractors can agree on is when one is bad, it's awful. Due to the labor-intensive and difficult process of brewing an IPA to have the right balance of hop and malt flavors, it's very easy to screw up. And because the IPA is such a popular style, there are always breweries looking [[FollowTheLeader to cash in on a trend]] with poorly-made beer slapped with the "microbrew" tag and sold at an obscene markup from what it actually took to produce. Thus, you get beers like Pig Minds Brewing Company's Prunus the Bitter, which has been described as tasting of rotten peaches and dish soap, and Indian Wells' Amnesia, which has an alcohol taste so pungent it successfully masks ''four different kinds of hops''.
21st Dec '16 2:24:59 PM AgentTasmania
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** Note to any Australians reading this: The Fosters drunk there is brewed under license and apparently tastes much, much worse than the Australian one. It's still better than the British equivalent of Castlemaine, which used to be brewed next to the site of an old coal-gas plant so badly contaminated by toxic waste that it took ''decades'' to clean up... at which point they moved production elsewhere, presumably because the beer just wasn't the same any more.

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** Note to any Australians reading this: The Fosters drunk there is brewed under license and apparently tastes much, much worse than the Australian one. And this ignoring that no one in Australia has drunk Fosters since the early 90s. It's still better than the British equivalent of Castlemaine, which used to be brewed next to the site of an old coal-gas plant so badly contaminated by toxic waste that it took ''decades'' to clean up... at which point they moved production elsewhere, presumably because the beer just wasn't the same any more.
5th Nov '16 4:08:41 PM nombretomado
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* While he possibly in a poor mood, ''InspectorMorse'' surprised his partner by going teetotaler in Australia, which he later explained as, "They don't spell Australian beer with four 'X'es out of ignorance, you know."

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* While he possibly in a poor mood, ''InspectorMorse'' ''Series/InspectorMorse'' surprised his partner by going teetotaler in Australia, which he later explained as, "They don't spell Australian beer with four 'X'es out of ignorance, you know."
2nd Nov '16 5:24:01 AM Dravencour
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* In the first bar scene from ''Manga/{{Akira}}'', the bartender yells at Yamagata, who has come to pick up his friend and leader Kaneda, to buy something for once, since "this ain't a hangout for damned street-gangs!" Yamagata's response: "Yeah, right! And drink ''your'' dog piss?"



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* In the first bar scene from ''Manga/{{Akira}}'', the bartender yells at Yamagata, who has come to pick up his friend and leader Kaneda, to buy something for once, since "this ain't a hangout for damned street-gangs!" Yamagata's response: "Yeah, right! And drink ''your'' dog piss?"
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