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Old 05-06-2008, 02:27 AM
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Zillertal Pils (Austria)
Keminitza (Bulgaria)

But since their both impossible to obtain where i live i settle for good ol
Kronenbourg or Fosters

If any of you ever visit the UK please avoid drinking Carling - its pure garbage!!!
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Old 05-06-2008, 04:56 AM
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This is great...Trek & Beer...two of my all time faves! Great idea Livingston!

In Chicago here we have a great brewery called Goose Island. They have all kinds of different everyday beers, along with seasonal ones as well.

I went to a brewery out in Seattle a couple of years ago that had some great tatsting beers, but I can't remember the name. It was down by Pike's Fish Market....

As an everyday beer, I drink MGD Light. Whenever I go out, I usually change it up. Aside from the Goose Island beers, I'd say that Blue Moon and Guiness are probably the two choices that I look for when I walk into a bar, depending on my mood.
Now after living in Alaska, I have had Goose many times. Alaska brewing compnay makes some great stouts and lagers. But I am having a real problem finding bitter.
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Guiness
Fat Tire
There's also a micro brew in Denver at the Union Street Station, their raspberry beer is fantastic... also their pumpkin beer too, but it's only available in Coctober.
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I'd be a lush if I lived in Germany with all it's fine brews!!
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Chimay. (White label)

It's made by a bunch of Belgian monks under a vow of silence who pick out individual yeast cells for each batch. That should give you an idea how exacting the process is.
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Old 05-06-2008, 11:23 AM
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Chimay. (White label)

It's made by a bunch of Belgian monks under a vow of silence who pick out individual yeast cells for each batch. That should give you an idea how exacting the process is.

I am sure the process is very silent.

Is it avilible in this country?
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Isn't Tsingtao great? That's actually the name of the brewery and they make vodka as well...it's really good vodka! I mean, it's the best vodka I've ever had --and, not to say I've surfed the alcohol ocean, but I've tried a lot of vodka.

Friends of mine lived in mainland China for a few years in college and they brought Tsingtao Vodka back with them and ....well oh my!
Yeah, definitely a good beer!

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Chimay. (White label)

It's made by a bunch of Belgian monks under a vow of silence who pick out individual yeast cells for each batch. That should give you an idea how exacting the process is.
I've had Chimay once or twice, good stuff!

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I am sure the process is very silent.

Is it avilible in this country?
They sell Chimay in liquor stores lots of times. Check it out if you find it.



Red Stripe's pretty good, anyone ever try that one?
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Thanks for the tip NCC, I'll remember that!
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