Globalization Reaches the Midwest

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N and I have this admittedly strange hobby where we stare at different kinds of alcohol and make fun of it. I know, it’s bizarre but everybody has some quirk or another.

So today we discovered this beer with a logo in Russian. And this is in a regular supermarket in a small Midwestern town.

5 thoughts on “Globalization Reaches the Midwest

  1. “Imperialist stout” sounds like an insult you’d call a dictator, as well as a beer. ๐Ÿ™‚
    By the way, me and my friends also do this at the liquor store. Our favourite odd yet tasty beer is Phillips’ White Unicorn IPA:

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      1. If I catch sight of Rasputin at a Victoria liquor store, I’ll report back to you with my results. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Wait until friends start bringing this stuff to you as a gift. We once had to drink Estonian vodka – it took great effort for our American friends to find it in the Midwest… ๐Ÿ™‚

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