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I think I should get my dad one of the 3 litre Chimay Blue bottles for Xmas. He might have a heart attack though.


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I drink mostly Strzelec Porter, Kaper (a nice strong lager) and occasionally for something lighter a koźlak (Bock) or one of the better Polish lagers such as Okocim Zagłoba or the unpasteurized Amber Piwo Żywe. On Sundays I sometimes drink imports for variety, usually something English but sometimes a German Doppelbock or Urbock, a Belgian ale or a Ukrainian white beer.

I still have one last bottle of homebrew I made back when I was living in Texas, it's a British-style barleywine over 11% ABV. 0,95 liter bottle, too. Saving it for a very special occasion. There are a few smaller bottles still in Texas but I don't know if they ever make it here.
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Ah, we have no good beer here, so I go to Finland to really ENJOY it.

Can't you get some good Russian porters?

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Took a trip to Beer Circus in Croydon a couple of nights ago, never been there before, but i'll definitely be returning. An amazing selection of beers, mainly Belgium beers, but a few others too (French, German). Between 250 and 300 different beers, the largest selection of beers in London.

I had Waase Wolfe, Adelardus and Hercule. I'm a big fan of the dark beers- stout, Abbey styles etc. Any suggestions for decent beers around those styles- heavy, complex, dark as coal beers? :)


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I recommend that Gulden Draak that is standing on your table right there. Or is that white bottle fooling me?

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Not fooling you at all :) I had a brief taste of it, and it was pretty good- i've had a couple of other people recommend it, so i think i'll have to grab a bottle next time.


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Since Im not so into beer, I love more wine hehe yes wien are more for doomster heheh but I drink beer moustly dark beer i love Guiiness also local beer (Tērvetes, Piebalgas, Bauskas, Užavas)but If I shood choose I choose Czceh beer

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Im more of a ale fan than anything but living in the Mid West (America) it is hard to find good imports, I really like Wychwood from England and I have had ales from all the world but not as many as I would like a suggestions?

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Im more of a ale fan than anything but living in the Mid West (America) it is hard to find good imports, I really like Wychwood from England and I have had ales from all the world but not as many as I would like a suggestions?


Guinness what you think about it?
Imports, real beer are on place where its made, small special pubs, but such beer s not made for imports

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Guinness is really great stuff but it is a heavy drink. I prefer a lighter style when it is hot out. Your right when you say that the best beers are the ones made in small pubs and aren't made for import but there are a lot of imports out there. What is your favorite?

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Shadow001 wrote:
Guinness is really great stuff but it is a heavy drink. I prefer a lighter style when it is hot out. Your right when you say that the best beers are the ones made in small pubs and aren't made for import but there are a lot of imports out there. What is your favorite?


Heheh no metters winter or summer I drink Tequilla, and Wine
From such small beers I drink Užavas its hard to get even gere but when its here i drink it doubt if its be posible in USA

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I LOVE ABBOT ALE!!!


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During the short period of my life when I drank alcohol from time to time I didn't find any beer that didn't taste like rotten shit...

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Tequilla my god I've had some of the best times of my life I'll never remember.... My only issue with Tequilla is that if I have to be on duty the next day it doesn't usually leave me feeling the best. Thats why I prefer beers and ales over anything else

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Tequilla my god I've had some of the best times of my life I'll never remember.... My only issue with Tequilla is that if I have to be on duty the next day it doesn't usually leave me feeling the best. Thats why I prefer beers and ales over anything else

No way I can drink litre of it and I feel ok in next day hehe now i know wht Clint Eastwood shoots well in his movoes :laugh:
I love Tequilla I always drink whit lemmon and salth

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Well kudos to ur iron stomach.... I drink Jaeger a lot and it still doesn't love me in the morning....... oh well I'll stick to beer

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My girlfriend and I have just joined the Campaign For Real Ale....You get beer in the mail!!! How fucking cool is that!!!

http://www.camra.co.uk/

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My girlfriend and I have just joined the Campaign For Real Ale....You get beer in the mail!!! How fucking cool is that!!!

http://www.camra.co.uk/


yeah, my wife gave me a membership to the beer of the month club for valentines day a couple of years back. 12 different micro brews in the mail once a month.


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Hey, that beer was named after me!

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Today I tried a new beer, that we have at the pub where I work, for the next couple of weeks. It is called "Black Adder". It's stout beer, really strong for cask stout (5.2%), and it's quite sweet. I really like it.
You can also find it bottled:

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