Nice beer wot I remember trying.
Antarctica and Brahma, Brazil
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)
BSA and TEA from Hogs Back Brewery
Shere Drop, Shere.
Mean Time, a dark London Stout,
and the classic Worthington White Shield