A man has filed a lawsuit against Foster's beer, claiming he was duped into thinking it was brewed in Australia.
Their Facebook page is filled with Aussie references, including a promo about 'mate's rates' and references to walkabout.
Not to mention the can itself, which features not only a kangaroo hopping across the bottom but also the Southern Cross constellation of stars which features on the Australian flag.
But here's the issue: Foster's is brewed in Fort Worth, Texas and that is the fact that is not sitting well with New Yorker, Leif Nelson.
The loyal Foster's drinker is filing a lawsuit against Miller Brewing Co. claiming that from 2012 - 2015 he was duped into thinking he was drinking beer that had been brewed down under.
To be fair, in a way it is Australian. Foster's was created by two Irish-American brothers and was first brewed in Melbourne, Australia in 1888, but that's pretty much where the connection ends. The beer has been brewed in Texas since 2011.