He’s gonna take you back to the past, to play the shitty games that suck ass.
He’d rather have, a buffalo, take a diarrhoea dump in his ear.
He’d rather eat, the rotten asshole. of a road-kill skunk and down it with beer.
He’s the angriest gamer you’ve ever heard, he’s the angry Nintendo nerd.
he’s the angry Atari-Sega nerd, he’s the angry, video game, nerd.
For a guy like me, raised between two cultures, to see someone like James Rolfe, making constructive criticism, elegant and moderate topical video game, is something I appreciate, if we add a bit of Rolling Rock. Nostalgia can not be greater.
Located in Latrobe, Rolling Rock, is a company that makes its famous cerveza’33 since that in 1939, the brothers Tito opened the doors of the factory, however factory that had previously existed illegally during prohibition prohibition. Thus the name of the Rolling Rock corresponds to ’33, six years before the official opening of the company
This is why beer has always had, with a reputation for good American beer. No wonder that in the film The Deer Hunter (1978), Bobby, say that “The best beer out there”, phrase and corporate logo had little hesitation in tracing the Heineken piss.
Unfortunately in life, everything has an end, and in July two years ago that the Latrobe brewery produced its last ROLLING ROCK ’33, from the production to another plant after being absorbed by the company InBev SA, owner of Dutch holding:
Quilmes in Argentina.
Stella Artois in the U.S..
Klynskoye in Russia.
Staropramen in Greek Republic.
Leffe in UK.
Brahma, Skol, Bohemia and Antarctica in Brazil.
Sedrin in China.
Cass in South Korea.
Beck’s in Germany.
Keith Alexander’s in Canada.
Ozujsko Pivo in Croatia.
Chernigivske in Ukraine.
Hoegaarden and Jupiler in Belgium.
So the little company that has swallowed the poor Rolling Rock Latrobe left orphaned and after losing me and losing the brewery, can now only be known as the city of Arnold Palmer and today he does not remember even God .
Moral: Make use of the time even living in the past, because one day, sooner or distant, will come and give you a destination host.
PS: In another post I will expand my experience in U.S. and other of my visits to Brewerys (both continents).