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    Favourite Beers Thread

    When i first created this thread I was just interested to see what peoples favourite beers where, as the threads got quite populated over the first 24 hours I thought id fix up this bit.


    If you would not mind making a list of your top 3 favourite beers!

    Here are mine:

    1) Keo

    - The beer "Keo" is brewed in Limassol Cyprus, the beer won the 1987 brewing industry world bottled lager competition.
    - Alc %4.5


    2) Stella artois

    - Originates from Leuven, Belgium, predominantly brewed in the United Kingdom.
    - Alc %5

    3) Holsten pils

    - Alc %5
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    Carlsberg export
    Grolsch
    Budvar
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    Desperados give me a stiffy
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    Desperado,
    Corona,
    Kronenbourgh.
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    Not really a beer but i'd have to say tennents! Desperado ain't to shabby either .
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    Brew dog - trashy blonde
    Coors light
    Stella (Bud a close fourth though)
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    Well my fav is Guinness, and I only taste new beers from time to time so...the second position could be for Heineken and the 3rd one...volldamm/estrella galicia so as to include a spanish one hihi
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    Guinness is evil ! It tastes like cold tea.
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    Corona, Bud and Coors Light.
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    Tsing-Tao (Chinese beer)
    Corona

    More of a whiskey man though.
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    I couldn't rank them but I'll list a few:

    Fursty Ferret
    Abbot Ale
    Tanglefoot
    Hawkeshead Bitter
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    anyone that says carlsberg needs shooting

    seriously though

    peroni - more expensive but a much crisper taste, find i dont get the horrible dirty crap at the bottom like with fosters and such
    grolsch - fairly high quality but not as expensive as peroni
    fosters - not that great but alot of pubs wont offer the above two off tap, so i go with fosters over other **** like carling and carlsberg
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    (Original post by sh1519)
    anyone that says carlsberg needs shooting

    seriously though

    peroni - more expensive but a much crisper taste, find i dont get the horrible dirty crap at the bottom like with fosters and such
    grolsch - fairly high quality but not as expensive as peroni
    fosters - not that great but alot of pubs wont offer the above two off tap, so i go with fosters over other **** like carling and carlsberg
    Oh the irony of implying one lager is absolutely awful but then citing another virtually identical lager as being one of your favourites :mmm:

    Definitely not enough real ale on this thread.
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    (Original post by Manitude)
    Oh the irony of implying one lager is absolutely awful but then citing another virtually identical lager as being one of your favourites :mmm:

    Definitely not enough real ale on this thread.
    i was expecting someone to comment on that lol

    but still notice how i said im not really keen on fosters its just the best of the worst when peroni and grolsch aren't available
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    (Original post by sh1519)
    i was expecting someone to comment on that lol

    but still notice how i said im not really keen on fosters its just the best of the worst when peroni and grolsch aren't available
    If your two favourite lagers aren't there then why not go for something more interesting? Try a real ale perhaps - you may be surprised how drinkable they can be.

    A few months ago I hated all beers, but then I had a couple of pints of real ale because there wasn't anything else I liked and now I drink more ale than anything else in pubs.
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    Staropramen...:cheers:
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    (Original post by Manitude)
    If your two favourite lagers aren't there then why not go for something more interesting? Try a real ale perhaps - you may be surprised how drinkable they can be.

    A few months ago I hated all beers, but then I had a couple of pints of real ale because there wasn't anything else I liked and now I drink more ale than anything else in pubs.
    ive tried a few, alot of people i know love bathams but it just wasnt my thing

    im not a huge beer drinking either tbh, ill have a few beers when i go to a pub but i dont have them if i go clubbing, i find all the dancing and stuff doesnt combine too well with 7 pints of beer or so lol
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    (Original post by sh1519)
    ive tried a few, alot of people i know love bathams but it just wasnt my thing

    im not a huge beer drinking either tbh, ill have a few beers when i go to a pub but i dont have them if i go clubbing, i find all the dancing and stuff doesnt combine too well with 7 pints of beer or so lol
    Maybe try a couple more - you never know, you might find one you like!
    For me I think it was just a matter of getting over the very bitter taste, once I got past that I could start to enjoy it.

    But yeah - in clubs beer is not good. I don't go to clubs for many reasons, and the drinks available is one of them.
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    can't really rank them but

    corona
    red stripe
    erdinger
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    Er, Malibu and coke?

    Oh. :getmecoat:

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