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    A good beer joke an Irishman told me while visiting here:

    A huge conference of beer brewers is held in Australia. It comes to the end of the day, and the presidents of all the beer companies decide to have a drink in a pub.
    The president of Fosters orders a ‘Fosters’, the president of Budweiser orders a ‘Bud’, the president of Lion Nathan orders a Tooheys Extra Dry, and the list goes on.
    Then the waitress asks Arthur Guinness what he wants to drink, and much to everybody’s amazement, Mr. Guinness orders a Coke!
    “Why don’t you order a Guinness?” his colleagues ask.
    “Nah. If you guys won’t drink beer, then neither will I.”

    Seriously Aussie beer is the best!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Vengeance View Post

    Hahaha, I heard this one lame joke a few days ago:

    "What's the difference between sex in a canoe and American beer?"
    "It's fucking close to water."
    This is so true. Especially about Budweiser and other watery swill the Americans have the arrogance to call ''beer''.

    German weissbier is my favorite, I think. Swedish beer is not bad either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King of the North View Post
    Swedish beer is not bad either.
    Agreed. I think we have some pretty decent lagers overall. Spendrups have a nice line up, Carlsberg isn't bad either, and Åbro have nice lagers overall. There's no real comparison with American beers like Budweiser or Miller in my opinion. You get the malt, you get the hops, and I seldom feel as though it is lacking in taste.

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    I'm a sucker for a stout or a porter, though in my area we have Blue Moon Belgian White - A wheat ale.

    Not fond of IPA's at all though.

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    Grin

    Spaten - Good taste, Heavy, Available in America, Brewed in Germany.
    Shocktop - Good orange taste, light and good for those into pilzners, Brewed in St. Louis Missouri.
    Boont Valley Amber Ale - Great heavy beer, strong, brewed in Anderson Valley California (Very close to where I live)

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    Mitchell's 90 Shilling Ale



    This is from a micro brewery in Knysna, this is my preferred drink when I can get hold of it. Over here we are not really spoiled with choice when it comes to beer, I despise the local commercial brands and micro breweries are scarce. The rest is as follow:










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    Just had Becks, imported from Bremen, Germany. Not bad at all.

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    My go to beer is almost always Yuengling when I'm at the pub or at home. If I want a treat I'll have some Sierra Nevada Pale Ale when I'm in the mood for something hoppy or Hoegaarden for something light. I also really enjoy Chimay Grande Reserve.
    I make beer sometimes and the best I've ever made is a Kölsch style.

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    I'm totally in love with this beer, it's called Fischer Amber Reserve (it's not the classical blond Fischer beer) :





    There's great aromas of orange and spices in it, it actually tastes like Christmas beers that we're used to drink in the Christmas period in Alsace, but one can drink it at anytime
    I really highly recommend it to you if you can find it, I think it's around 2,60€ for 75cl.

    Oh I also found the Grolsch beers very valuable for the money when I went to the Netherlands (it was the first time I could try it). IMO it's the best "cheap beer" I know !

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