by JNJ March 31, 2005
Authentic, exceptional Jamaican Lager brewed since 1928. A symbol of Jamaican independence now exported around the world and especially popular with musicians, artists and other creatives in parts of Australia, Europe and continental US. Sometimes known simply as 'The Stripe' it is synonymous with expression through grassroots music, words and visual arts. Just good beer that needs neither fancy packaging or embellishing with a citrus slice. Easy now.
by Dub2 December 11, 2005
by Spaceman Spliff June 09, 2007
What Pabst Blue Ribbon is to indie kids or hispters in America, Red Stripe is to indie kids or hipsters in England / U.K.
Red Stripe Beer is mentioned in the song "What Did I Ever Give You?" by the Kaiser Chiefs (Hold tight, to your Red Stripe...), perhaps selected due to its status as the quintessential "cheap beer" available at practically every Indie gig venue in the whole of England. (From Wikipedia)
by WestCoastIsTheBestCoast May 31, 2006
A full-bodied beer brewed in Jamaica. It is available in a watered-down imported "Lager" version in the U.S. that is weak and tastes like ass.
"This isn't the same Red Stripe I had in Negril!"
by derek8674 October 16, 2007
by "ABJ" January 01, 2005
When you're fucking a chick when she's on the rag and you pull out at an angle so your dick pops out and sprays a stripe of blood on her stomach or back depending on position during execution.
by theRedMarauder October 17, 2010