To Stick It to Belgium, Should U.S. Soccer Fans Boycott Budweiser?

Fans of the U.S. team celebrating during this year's World Cup Photograph by Odd Andersen/AFP via Getty Images

Belgium presents an unusual problem for U.S. soccer fans looking to work up a little patriotic animosity ahead of Tuesday’s World Cup match. The country is best known on this side of the Atlantic for waffles, chocolate, and beer—or, as many Americans call them, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Still, fans and businesses are finding ways to take a stand against all things Belgian.

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