Funny thing, almost everyone we met looked down on us because most of the time Milwaukees Best was the drink of our choice. Well, partly because itÂ´s so cheap, but then again itÂ´s much closer to the Beer brewed here according to the German purity Law. Meaning you arenÂ´t allowed to use additives or artificial flavouring. Budweiser comes closest though and we had that every once in a while. DoesnÂ´t mean that I want everything to be like it is back home, but I have to admit that some of those heavily flavoured American beers are not my cup of tea.
The ID thing is really such a pain in the ass. We went to see Cinerama at the Crocodile CafÃ© in Seattle and the bouncer wouldnÂ´t let me in. I mean, I had my driving licence and my German ID with me, but this tosser insisted that he needed my passport. And remember, IÂ´m 34. So we had to walk all the way back to the hostel, to get my passport (Fortunately it was quite close). What a hassel.
When I was 11 I saw Status Quo in Germany and had no problems to get in whatsoever. Hey, I was 11, so no insults about the Status Quo bit. OK?!