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Saturday, April 16, 2005
International Liquid Crack

Edit: I was informed by Rox that the writing on the bottle is Hebrew, not Arabic.
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Last night, while organizing the freezer, I found a long lost bottle of Corona left over from my Assembly Under the Influence post. While picking the shards of glass from the frozen exploded Corona (is that alcohol abuse?), I noticed there is a tad more writing on the front of the bottles, but take a look at the back of the bottles (these two survived the frozen tundra):

Most of the back of the bottle is written in Arabic Hebrew. There are only 4 things not in Arabic Hebrew:

  1. The writing in the white band at the top, Uncle LeRoy's warning about the dangers of drinking during pregnancy and while driving, is in English.
  2. The wording above the barcode, which says 'Israeli Barcode' is in English.
  3. To the right of the barcode is the word Kosher.
  4. The very bottom line is the address to the bottling company in Brussels, Belgium written in French. Brussels is only 2 1/2 hours from me, maybe I should visit the factory, I'm sure they have tours (beer factory tour=free 'samples').

Maybe the Arabic Hebrew writing is a warning about drinking while atttempting to assemble a BBQ pit...they don't mix.

So, here we have a Mexican beer bottled in Belgium to be sold in Isreal, but instead sold on an American military base in Germany. WHEW!

That's what I call International Liquid Crack!

Email me if you want one of the empty bottles (Uncle LeRoy says no alcohol can be mailed~ask Mary, she's heard the speech a few times). They are free, while supplies last. If I am forced to replenish my empty bottle stock, do not blame me if I post about my Liquid Crack Corona induced antics.

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