Belgium They Start Young in Belgium

Discussion in 'Europe' started by RobBeer, Mar 1, 2012.

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  1. RobBeer

    RobBeer Initiate (0) Jul 26, 2002 United Kingdom (England)

  2. Archemedies

    Archemedies Initiate (0) Dec 8, 2011 Massachusetts

    It's part of their culture and tradition. I'd say the kid in the video is a way too young though. I heard that beer sucks too.
     
  3. beerpirates

    beerpirates Defender (676) May 4, 2010 Belgium
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    Yeah it sucks , but ho says that there is beer in that can ? Maybe it's just cola ?
     
  4. RobBeer

    RobBeer Initiate (0) Jul 26, 2002 United Kingdom (England)

    It's a non-alcoholic beer/malt beverage. In Japan they market it directly to the kids:

     
  5. UncleJimbo

    UncleJimbo Site Editor (3,380) Sep 11, 2002 Massachusetts
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    I seriously doubt that that can contained beer. It would have been easy for the father(?) to refill the can with fruit juice.
     
  6. TreinJan

    TreinJan Initiate (135) Apr 13, 2006 Netherlands

    He would not need to. Jupiler force is a form of soda/lemonade that looks like beer but contains no alcohol, but does taste fruity.
    So just like Jupiler - no beer.
     
  7. UncleJimbo

    UncleJimbo Site Editor (3,380) Sep 11, 2002 Massachusetts
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    Ah, OK, I see.
     
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