More to the point, would the Americans be able to handle The Albert.
I hope you don't get claustrophobic
The Albert seems to be a big draw, more for the out of towners, first timers and tourists, moreso than the locals.
Because it's right next to the ground, and it's always bursting to capacity, everyone seems to want to experience it.
Fair enough if thats your thing, and you do get some locals in there, but there usually outnumbered 20/1.
From a locals point of view, most if not all the pubs around the ground a hectic on a match day, The Albert or The Park, though, are just far too hectic to even get served at the bar at times, hense us locals usually go to the pubs five ot ten minutes walk from the ground.
As i say though, if you don't get over here very often, fair do's and have a go at the experience.
Also take in The Sandon.
Only a couple of minutes away, and where LFC were born, and where the team used to use the cellar as their changing rooms before trotting over the road to the ground, in the very early days.
Lots of other better pubs around the ground too, if you've got time to visit some of the others, and know where to find them.