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grimbergen and guinness are usually what i go for

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Duvel is definately one of my favorites. Belgian ale; quite strong (9%) but refreshing. Gets you hammered!
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Chimay Blue's my favourite.

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AnneGwish wrote:
Chimay Blue's my favourite.



got one of those waiting in my fridge for a special occasion.


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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'm fairly young, 17. But I drink enough vodka & whiskey to make my wallet nice and empty. :(
I want to get into drinking beer, mainly because it's cheaper than what I normally drink and because some people absolutely love it, I want to know what i'm missing out on..
Can you recommend me a good beer to start on? And progress maybe? If that's how it works.

Cheap.. and easy to find of course. :;):
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When I was in Australia, I pretty much stuck to Victoria Bitter. Nothing too fancy but easy to find and pretty cheap. Kinda like the Heineken we have here (which I refuse to drink, btw). I've also had some Tooheys Old, which wasn't too bad either... No idea about Fosters or XXXX

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Gunz O'Crowley wrote:
Ah, we have no good beer here, so I go to Finland to really ENJOY it.


Oh, I'd say Sibirska Korona (Siberian Crown) is ok to go with a meal, not as a stand-alone drink though. And in any case far better than most of those UK, German or Dutch beers.
Haven't tried anything from Baltika so far though.

Some of my favourites:
Barbar
Bush 12° (belgian beer, in spite of the name)
Tripel Karmeliet
Kwak
Stouterik (unfortunately no longer brewed)

Guinness (during Summer)
Pilsener Urquell (as a light one, to quench my thirst)

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Delirium wrote:
I'm fairly young, 17. But I drink enough vodka & whiskey to make my wallet nice and empty. :(
I want to get into drinking beer, mainly because it's cheaper than what I normally drink and because some people absolutely love it, I want to know what i'm missing out on..
Can you recommend me a good beer to start on? And progress maybe? If that's how it works.

Cheap.. and easy to find of course. :;):
(In Australia)


Try Cooper's Sparkling Ale, I loved that, it's Australian but a few English beer shops stock it.


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Big fan of Weissbiers, Hoegaarden Blanc is good too :) Mainly a real ale drinker though, always enjoy the Wychwood brewery range of ales- can't wait for the winter season to come about as their Bah Humbug ale was exceptional. I'm dying to get into some good stouts, so i think i'll visit a specialist beer shop in London when i'm next there.

The darker the ale the better!


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Piss off with your old man's ale crap. This is what it's about!

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Yep. I've got a weakness for the Wife Beater too. It makes me play pool like a fucking maniac.

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Eternal Scapegoat wrote:
When I was in Australia, I pretty much stuck to Victoria Bitter. Nothing too fancy but easy to find and pretty cheap. Kinda like the Heineken we have here (which I refuse to drink, btw). I've also had some Tooheys Old, which wasn't too bad either... No idea about Fosters or XXXX


You do have good taste with regards to Heineken.

I haven't been drinking a lot of beer lately.

I've been trying to find cheap white beer, but no luck so far, Hoegaarden went for 13 sheqalim or so per bottle in the supermarket, hardly cheaper than in a pub. But I must add that my reference point is the two and a half guilders I used to pay for draught Hoegaarden in the Netherlands (this was seven and more years ago though).

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Last year in the Jerusalem Beer Festival got to try some brands, Duval was a bit disappointing, but Belhaven was delicious *drools*
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AnneGwish wrote:
Yep. I've got a weakness for the Wife Beater too. It makes me play pool like a fucking maniac.


I don't really experience that, I don't have the patience for pool. Pool to me is taking up time when I could be drinking more or eatting crisps. Stella just makes me even more loud and obnoxious than usual!


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Delirium wrote:
I'm fairly young, 17. But I drink enough vodka & whiskey to make my wallet nice and empty. :(
I want to get into drinking beer, mainly because it's cheaper than what I normally drink and because some people absolutely love it, I want to know what i'm missing out on..
Can you recommend me a good beer to start on? And progress maybe? If that's how it works.

Cheap.. and easy to find of course. :;):
(In Australia)

i've heard really good things about Tooheys, i cant remember what type though, extra dry comes to mind


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had the pleasure of sharing a mini-keg with StarlitSanctum on saturday. long story short, I am dominate when it comes to wii baseball, but he kicks my ass at golf.


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you're asking too much man! ..ha!! posting pictures! OF BEER!! :mental:
oh well, san miguel, hoegaarden and diffenetly fuller's london pride :proper:
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