Brendan Maloy
Tuesday July 1st, 2014

The Potomac Nationals are refusing to support America's World Cup opponents by banning all Belgian beers from their stadium on Tuesday.

The team's vendors usually carry Leuven-based Stella Artois and Shock Top Belgian White, but spectators will have to turn elsewhere to quench their thirst at Pfitzner stadium. 

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The P-Nats' press release stated that in the unlikely event the US team fails to win their round of 16 game, the Belgian beers may be permanently left off the stadium tap list. Let's just hope they don't carry any products by the Belgian-owned Anheuser-Busch corporation either.

[NBC Washington]

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