I have nothing against Belgium. Nor do I have a dispute with their brewing tradition. Far from it. Belgium is great for beer even if most Americans don't even know where it is. What annoys me is that a Belgium company now owns (or will soon own) America's largest brewery.
Anheuser-Busch, while not a brewer of finely crafted brews, is an American institution. And now, it's owned by Europeans.
I have enjoyed many an A-B beer. Many. Now, I am less inclined, in fact, not inclined at all to drink a beer that sold out this badly.
Sure, business is important, but what about being true to those who built you up in the first place: The American Beer Drinker (ABD). Thanks for the kick in the nuts you greedy share-holders and executives. You may as well get a job in the gasoline industry. That's where a lot of money can be made screwing over the American consumer.
For InBev and the Belgium investors, good for you. I hope it works out. For those who sold out, I hope you drown in a vat of beer because you couldn't drink it all.
P.S. I will no longer voluntarily consume an A-B product. That should teach them.
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 It's 2nd behind France in closeness to England.
 this point could be argued... even by me. But then, I argue with myself too much.
 Oh, so that's what that means.