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Tuesday, June 26

i see stripes

I'm usually not a big fan of beer, but when Mike and I went to Jamaica this past March I tried Red Stripe Beer. As soon as we got off the plane we were given a glass of RS. YUM. You can get it locally here. Red Stripe is an Jamaican lager style beer, the first Red Stripe was brewed in 1928, an ale style beer that was too heavy to suit local preferences. The current lager formulation was first produced in 1938.

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