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2007-05-11, 19:50
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By (miss)quoting this famous game I'd like to start this topic where everyone can say a bit about beer he tasted and rate it

So, for starters, here's my favourite beer - Lech. Brewed in Poznan, Poland, cheap price, best taste, never had any better lager than this one. Feels very refreshing while its not too weak. Rating ofc 10/10:

http://www.thebeststuffintheworld.com/stuff/lech-premium

http://www.thebeststuffintheworld.com/images/images_of_stuff/210x600/lech-premium-51095.jpg?1176407055


EDIT: No, the beer aint green
2007-05-11, 20:49
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Is the beer GREEN!?
Irunnow.. Heineken tastes sweet at all times
2007-05-12, 00:35
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Yup, Lech is my choice too. Unfortunatelly, Żywiec and Tyskie are far more popular in Poland than Lech...
2007-05-12, 01:21
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Bohemia

http://www.ambev.com.br/images/prod_bohemia_pilsen.jpg


But I don't drink alchool very often (rarelly is more like it).

Rather a good Coca-Cola =)
2007-05-12, 01:27
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favorite would be
http://www.greylodge.com/chimay.jpg


but since you have to be a billionaire to afford one i'll probably just have a czech pilsner. aka lager instead.
2007-05-12, 01:32
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Leffe triple is my favourite.
http://www.bartofcafe.dk/Leffe%20triple.jpg



Leffe Triple is a slightly bitter beer with a lingering aftertaste of spicy coriander, orange and the elegant colour of a well-aged wine. ABV 8.5%

Leffe Triple is an exquisite Abbey beer that undergoes a secondary fermentation in the bottle.

Leffe Triple is an excellent replacement for any robust or exotic tasting white wine. The name ‘Triple’ is a term that is used to mean different things by different brewers, from reference to the alcohol strength to stemming from part of the brewing process, in which brewers use up to three times the amount of malt than other beers.

Traditionally, Triples are bright yellow to gold in colour, which is a shade or two darker than the average Pilsner.

How do you serve Leffe Triple?
Leffe Triple is bottle conditioned or re-fermented in the bottle, so the beer can be poured with or without the sediment. Leffe Triple is best served between 3–5°c in its branded chalice glass that was specially designed for Leffe beers.

Foods to enjoy with Leffe Triple
Leffe Triple is the perfect accompaniment to spicy sausages, curries and strong, mature cheese.
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2007-05-12, 13:36
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Hm that triple - if it wasnt for "orange" included in it, maybe it could be ok :> Neways, i got a bit nostalgic last nite talking to one german friend and it reminded me of a bavarian lager I really enjoyed while in Munich (and afair blasp enjoyed it as well :E)

Ladies and gents, Augustiner Helle!

Few words: it has it's power, but feels like drinking something very light. It's very refreshing, great for summer days. And one sure thing - you can drink a lot of it (but remember it still got quite some %%). My rating: 9/10

http://www.thebeststuffintheworld.com/images/images_of_stuff/210x600/augustiner-6359.jpg?1173392952
2007-05-12, 15:59
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2007-05-12, 20:14
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Hm that triple - if it wasnt for "orange" included in it, maybe it could be ok :>

Well I was a bit surprised to read that tbh. I never tasted that in it.
Also the fact they call it "a slightly bitter beer" is surprising for me. I would say it is slightly sweet.
Duvel beer (the one I will drink if Leffe tripple is sold out hehe) is much more bitter.
Same alcohol percentage 8.5%
http://www.de-appel.nl/images/Duvel_glasfles.gif


(Buuuuuuuuut, I think I like a bottle of Baileys the best!)
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2007-05-14, 10:19
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Ive tasted alot of beers and these are the best for me

Leffe
http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:LzB4vGv553LYBM:http://home.earthlink.net/~snailstales2/weissbeer.JPG

franziskaner. smooth, lots of "sponge" ->lol
http://my.cnd.org/modules/zeuploader/dir2/bitburger2.jpg

Bitburger. Refreshing, light
http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:XuKllj7t58shUM:http://www.colossusblog.com/mt/archives/images/tuborg_beer.jpg

Tuborg

and ofc,
http://www.ratebeer.com/beerimages/7932.jpg

the Mighty Super Bock... Excellent. If u come to Portugal, You got to taste it! Its all good. And it has the best advertisings, EVER! the marketing guys are geniouses.
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2007-05-14, 11:26
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2007-05-14, 12:06
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Oi bps is that a beck? :E

Neways, this beer deserves few words. First time i had some Kronenbourg was in England, it was a frigging hot summer and this beer was so cold and supperb that i fell in love with it quite instantly :> Well, it's french i know, but it is made of win! Rating: 8.5/10

http://www.beerstore.com.au/beerstore/uploads/beerImages/Kronenbourg_1664_Large.jpg
2007-05-15, 10:31
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mushi that franziskaner beer is nice if that is the same one i think it is tastes a bit like banana's! theres a silver one of it too which is nicer i think.

also northern irelands own harp lager!
http://www.checkout.ie/images/magazine/2005-10/north_1.jpg
2007-05-16, 20:11
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http://quebeccafe.canalblog.com/Blanche_de_Chambly.jpg
http://www.beerstore.com.au/beerstore/uploads/beerImages/Blanche_De_Chambly_L.jpg


Made in Quebec, this awesome beer was declared "best white beer of the world" by Chicabo Beverage Testing Institute in 1996 and won many other prices since then.

Chambly is a little peiceful historic town on the south shore of montreal.

5% alc./vol. , made in 1992

Soft taste, drinks like champagne, refreshing, I give it a 9.5 out of 10!

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Here's a peice of history that goes along with Chambly:

"Chambly is home to the massive Fort Chambly, built with local stone between 1709 and 1711 in the style of Vauban's classic French fortifications. It was built at the mouth of a large basin, on the site of successive wooden forts dating back to 1665. Fort Chambly was the largest in a series of fortifications on the shores of what was known as the Iroquois River (later known as the Chambly River, finally becoming the Richelieu River in the nineteenth century). Originally called Fort Saint-Louis, it soon came to be known by the name of its first commanding officer, Jacques de Chambly, to whom the surrounding seigniory was granted in 1672. It was intended to protect New France in general (and Montreal in specific) from attack from hostile natives and the English. Today, the fort is run by Parks Canada as a National Historic Site, and houses a museum and interpretive center, and hosts historical re-enactments of military drills (as well as a number of contemporary cultural events)."

http://www.mcq.org/histoire/filles_du_roi/images/6_2chambly.jpg
http://dnaqmx.canalblog.com/albums/province_de_quebec/m-fort_de_chambly.jpg



It's my favorite good beer, but I usually just get drunk on good ol' Labatt's Bleue Dry
http://bieres.enthousiastes.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/03/bleue-dry1.jpg


doum
2007-06-09, 13:39
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They say this drink is like a small meal

<3
http://home.earthlink.net/~mikerider/webpics/GuinnessBeer.jpg
2007-07-01, 19:06
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http://www.hacker-pschorr.de/images/produktbilder/flasche_oktoberfest_maer_ko.jpg


This beer is only served during the Wiesn and is really great. But usually I drink the beer Faustov has posted. Augustiner is the beer of choice at parties here around in Munich. Its more of a cult-brand because the brewery doesnt do any advertisements and is only really known in and around Munich !

Edit: omg first post
2007-07-02, 09:26
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Mongozo banana beer!

A while ago bought one of these in a bar and it was surprisingly good, the shit actually tastes like bananas. As a beer i'd rate it 5/10(doesn't taste too much like beer) but as a random alcoholic beverage it's a 10/10!

Lol those faggots linked the pic image to some shit site, so lame! Or perhaps a coincidence =()
2007-07-02, 11:09
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http://msn.techzine.nl/uploaded/img/1602.gif

Im more for a kilkenny than a Guinness but my favo beer is corona extra
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2007-07-02, 11:26
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some Romanian brands:

Ursus 8/10 "king of beer in Romania"
have been reported to be popular in Alaska.. maybe the brand name Ursus + the bear on the bottle makes it appealing for them

http://www.tkinter.smig.net/Romania/TomsRomania/12May/images/Ursus.jpg


Timishoreana 6.5/10
the oldest Romanian beer dating from 1718 or so.. i don't like it so much

http://beerbottles.net/wp-content/uploads/2006/05/Picture%20001.jpg
god damn hippies >_<
2007-07-03, 20:14
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the top dog: Dogfish Head 120 IPA
http://web.mit.edu/~tcarlile/www/images/blog/439dfh120minipa.jpg


a close second: La Fin du Monde (what a picture)
http://evilloop.com/findumonde.jpg
2007-07-23, 23:38
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Hertog Jan <333
http://hotel-restaurant-cafe-tel-0118-614851-welkom.demug.nl/hertog_jan.jpg


And when I was in Poland I like Zywiec and Tuskie a lot but aren't as good as Manica from Mozambique:
http://www.sevenpack.net/wp-content/uploads/2006/04/Manica.JPG
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2007-07-24, 06:49
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Sweet white flavour's but strong fx :

http://www.belgium-travel.jp/bweblog/archives/images/hoegaarden.jpg
2007-07-30, 02:05
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http://www.ripper.se/folio/norrlands_guld.jpg
2010-08-28, 15:25
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No doubt about it!
http://pilsner.nu/Pilsnerpunktnu/wp-content/uploads/pistonhead.jpg
2010-08-29, 08:57
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Pistonhead and Norrland Guld eeeeew. I had this beer yesterday when I felt like trying something new: http://www.ratebeer.com/beerimages/749.jpg plz stay away from it, it tastes like glue Kinda destroyed my nice dinner, should've gotten some other beers as well! Next time I have a fancy dinner I will go belgian for sure!
2010-08-29, 11:37
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I tried this
http://www.the-aldgate.com/newweb/frame/viru.jpg
yesterday.

Pure water.
2010-08-29, 13:02
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Never seen, can you get it from Systembolaget? From your comment it sounds like an american name, but the name sounds like it must be finnish or estonian x) Gonna start going through the british selections at the local supermarket in the next few days! Luckily I like ales
2010-08-29, 22:52
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rofl, pistonhead owns hagge
http://img441.imageshack.us/i/20100830477.jpg/
2010-09-01, 02:08
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Tonight all beer belongs to me actually, noobs.
2010-09-01, 09:19
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Hagge wrote:
Never seen, can you get it from Systembolaget? From your comment it sounds like an american name, but the name sounds like it must be finnish or estonian x) Gonna start going through the british selections at the local supermarket in the next few days! Luckily I like ales

Estonian it is hehe.. Apparantly some restaurant dude imported it. Can't buy it at systemet.
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