"If you have enough of additives and marketing chattering and praying for a day when we can all get back to having a good honest beer at a reasonable price, well, Resch is that beer" the Facebook page declared.
The Facebook page of The Resch & # 39; s Appreciated Society began in 2009 and has grown to about 2,000 fans, spokesman Jim Barker said.
"You find it because people are so fiercely loyal, they love to talk about it and share it and that's why it's grown," Barker said.
The page includes links to resources compiled by devotees who list places and stores that sell Resch.
"It almost seems like a nostalgic journey ̵
One of the youngest beer fans, 22-year-old Amelia McGuire, was introduced to Resch when she was 12 years old by some male friends. For her, beer feels part of the local community (although it is owned by the Carlton United Breweries).
"It's your standard Australian beer and I think the fact that it's produced in NSW is pretty big [part of its appeal] also because it's been more and more interrupted I think it links with its charm," Mrs. McGuire said.
The oldest participant in the group, 70 year old John Moran, said he had been drinking Resch for over fifty years. I think back to that far "was the answer when they asked him the last time he had a non-resch beer.
"If I ever had to drive I could have a light beer schooner but you really should force it down, "he said.
The Resch project and pilsener var United States combined are the # 8 best-selling beer of Carlton United in the NSW behind the VB varieties, Carlton Dry and Carlton Draft.
"We are proud of the faithful and passionate base of Resch drinkers in NSW," the company said in a statement.
Ben is a journalist from the Sydney Morning Herald.