All races on earth have found beer to be one of God’s many blessings ( with apologies to our Mormon friends, who refuse to drink for admirable, moral reasons) and few racial groups enjoy alcoholic libations like Black people.
What’s most interesting about Black people’s love of beer and other alcoholic beverages is that, according to Wikipedia
, the ccontinent of Africa and it’s inhabitants never invented nor created any alcoholic drinks
, unless they were in contact with practitioners of Islam, the Egyptians or the evil Europeans that might have left a barrel or two of inebriates behind.
In Alabama, beer can only be sold if it contains less than six percent alcohol. A bill was proposed that would raise
“…legal limit on the alcohol content of beer in the state. Last year, a legislator proposed raising that limit to 13.9 percent, thus permitting the sale of craft beers.”
Mr. Holmes found the proposal to be worth his oratory skills and with his elocutionary prowess, asked
“What’s wrong with the beer we got? I mean, the beer we got drink pretty good, don’t it? I ain’t never heard nobody complain about the, uh, beer we have. It drink pretty good. Budweiser. What’s the names of some of them other beers?…”
Holmes is an advocate of isolationism when it comes to protecting American brews, and he is incredulous when told that the bill is part of a campaign by Germans. In the video below, you can hear Holmes indignantly ask, “Germany?” (In the second video, go to 5:20 to hear Holmes’ statement).
Yes, Mr. Holmes. Germany, the home of some of the finest beer in the world, and also the nation that is the ancestral home of most of the major United States beer companies founders, like Budweiser, Coors and Miller.
The group that sponsored the bill, the Free the Hops Foundation
, was left all wet by Holmes’ line of questioning and forced to retire to Germany, as Holmes and his protectionist policies left Alabama residents deprived of foreign beer
Stuff Black People Don’t Like includes foreign beer, especially in the case of Mr. Holmes, but in the case of all Black people and their palates, for any form of alcohol is foreign to them. Never was alcohol created by Black people, so each sip they take reminds them of yet another foreign substance that someone else created.