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Post by brieky »

hello

JUPILER!!!!!

Of course are all the belgian beers 'the best' !!!


greetz

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We had Leffe Vieille Cuvee last night, a rare beauty we imported from Brussels a few weeks ago.

Next time we go over to Belgium we will try the Leffe 9.
Sabena and Sobelair - gone but never forgotten.
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Just a pint of beer is always the best, Christal, primus, .... :thumbsup: :cheers:

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yes Primus is always good.

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ALAS, Samuel Adams Summer Ale has arrived!!!! :D This refreshing wheat ale has the hint of lemon (from lemon zest used in the brewing process) and the crisp taste of Grains of Paradise (also used in the brewing process). I really do hope that their seasonal brews make it across the pond, cause this one is a real treat. Bottoms up!!! :drink: :cheers:
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where is this beer from ?

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Ovostar wrote:where is this beer from ?
America my friend!! Specifically, Boston. :) Oh yeah, another favorite of mine is Hofbrauhaus Original. Yummy!!
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Massachusetts, USA, I believe? Said to be the most European city in the US

Knight255 wrote:

Oh yeah, another favorite of mine is Hofbrauhaus Original. Yummy!!

Though this one doesn't sound very US'an ... From the States really?


Alas, it is in Massachusetts, although I wouldn't call them a European city by far. And no, Hofbrauhaus is not from USA. :wink: Good old German (specifically, Munich) beer. Had one last night, wish I had another. :cry:
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I just had a leffe on a terasse, What a pleasure!

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Ovostar wrote:I just had a leffe on a terasse, What a pleasure!
Which Leffe? Blonde, Brune, Radieuse, Vieille Cuvee, Tripel or 9?
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a blonde one!

anywaym Leffe is so unique!, it's not just a blonde! it's a FABULOUS Lette!

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Post by CaptainEd »

I picked up a 6 pack of Molson XXX, 7.6% alcohol. Two of these really hit me. I like the taste of XX better.

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not very original but for the world cup , i just bought a box of 24 heineken and a box of 24 Sol !

I CAN'T WAIT!!

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Post by teddybAIR »

Last week I had Kossaat beer...don't ask me anything about it, i don't know it's origings or whatsoever, the only thing I know is that it tastes like heaven!
Actually a hint for all of you: we went to have a dinner in Brughes, in a restaurant called 'Den Dijver' where you have the option to have your diner with 'adapted beers' instead of 'adapted wines'. It comes with a real somelier explaining the taste pallet of each bear, and the reason why it was chosen with the dish...a real must for all beer lovers on this website

P.S: bring your VISA card

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Ovostar wrote:i just bought a box of 24 heineken
This brand does not belong to a topic about beer :twisted:
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Post by Ovostar »

:lol: but to watch a world cup you need to dring a thrash beer...

Drinking wine watching a game is a slap in the face !

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Post by Comet »

The God of Beer is still in our cupboard, waiting to be savoured. We will probably have it on 2nd September.
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