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Best Beers

thought this might be fun.

what are your favorite s from around the world??


these are my favs,

Africa: castel (french speaking west and central african countries)

Asia: laos (one of the best in all of asia)

Australia: james boags pure(good lighter taste (a blonde)), James squire golden ale (very good ale)

American: shiner bock/blonde/hefeweizen (still finalising favs. cheap and amazing)

europe: don't even what to start this one

can't remember the others.

whats yours?
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I love stouts and dark ales from all over the world.

Mexico: Negra Modelo
Irish: Guiness
Japan: Asahi Black Kuranama
England: Innis & Gunn Rum Cask

All-time favorite: England: Wychwood Breweries Hobgoblin
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Just inspired me to grab an ice cold Platinum Blonde from the fridge,
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Scotland: Bitter and Twisted

(that is the name of the BTW, not any other sort of comment!)

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Better than Irish Guiness is Nigerian Guiness, but better than either is Gambian Guiness.

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I love stouts and dark ales from all over the world.

Mexico: Negra Modelo
Irish: Guiness
Japan: Asahi Black Kuranama
England: Innis & Gunn Rum Cask

All-time favorite: England: Wychwood Breweries Hobgoblin
I also prefer dark s and give the thumbs up to Innis & Gunn rum cask, don't forget Marstons oyster stout, also worthy of a mention are

South Africa: Castle stout

Cambodia: Black Panther stout

Vietnam: Vietnamese Black

Germany: dunkel weisss

Malaysia: The Guinness was good but did give a bad hangover even when drunk in moderation

Hawaii: Kona brewery Pipeline porter
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German every time. All the rest don't match up!


And I didnt add any emoticons- what's going on here?
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Nice beer wot I remember trying.

-hic!-

Antarctica and Brahma, Brazil

Hinano, Tahiti

St George, Ethiopia

A nice touch in some Kenyan places is being asked, "Warm or cold?" when ordering a Tusker. A hangover from Brit colonial times, and is proof positive there was a time when we liked warm . (I don't much like cold Guinness, warm's much better).

Taybeh, Palestine (from a small Christian town, but export version is from Belgium). Available in London once but I can't find it now.

Two more dark s from Mexico - Potro (like English stout) and Caballero Aguila (porter). I think they may put mole con chocolate in them like a lot of their cooking.

and this one from Bulgaria that I don't know how to write on this keyboard.



Back in UK:
Discovery ale, Dundee (Not the Fullers of the same name).

Fickleshole ale, Fickleshole (But from Reigate)

London Pride

BSA and TEA from Hogs Back Brewery

Shere Drop, Shere.

Mean Time, a dark London Stout,

and the classic Worthington White Shield

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German every time. All the rest don't match up!
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Research is still ongoing but so far above and beyond all others are any of the s from Cerna Hora in the Czech Republic. Presently doing extensive testing in the north of South America but early indications point to Cerna Hora maintaining its lead.

So many s, so little time, still, mustn't grumble. Is this sort of scientific research for the good of mankind tax deductible?
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