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The Greatest Beer In The World

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Now this is what forums are REALLY about. I put it to you ladies and gents to tell me your nominations for the Greatest Beer in the World.

Categories to include:

1. Best Domestically brewed lager beer for session drinking.

2. Best Foreign lager for session drinking.

3. Best Lager for a quiet pint. (International recognition.)

4. Best Ale or Stout. (One category, international.)

5. Most total-nutter-b**tard home brewed beer (any description or nationality.)

The votes in each category shall be considered, drunk, drunk, and drunk again, then deliberated upon by our panel of judges to determine truly 'The Greatest Beer in the World.'

My votes are cast as follows:

1. Carling extra cold

2. Tiger

3. Red Stripe/Stella/Warsteiner

4. Theakstons - any

5. No vote.

Happy voting!

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1. Carling extra cold (good call Gronks)

2. Kirin (Japanese lager, cool, crisp and tasty (like me))

3. Staropramen (Can't beat a good pint of Staro)

4. Toby Brown Ale (obviously)

5. Oranjeboom (The most horrendously horrible drink I've ever tasted)

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1. Whatever's cheapest at the student union! Carling at £1 a pint, despite it tasting like watered down cat piss.

2. Asahi Japanese beer is excellent, although I am partial to Samuel Adams and Hooergarden.

3. Guiness Extra Cold in Dublin, nothings better. Technically not a lager, so I'd agree with Toby on the Staropramen.

4. Any Trappist beer, they come in thick, heavy ceramic bottles and are an absolute pleasure to drink.

5. Morrison's Bettabuy Bitter (tastes like watered down lager but at 22p a can what do you expect?!)

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Redtetti   

1. Best Domestically brewed lager beer for session drinking.

Nothing I can think of

2. Best Foreign lager for session drinking.

Kwak ( my sessions are short)!

3. Best Lager for a quiet pint. (International recognition.)

Leffe Blond

4. Best Ale or Stout. (One category, international.)

Duvel

5. Most total-nutter-b**tard home brewed beer (any description or nationality.)

Any of the Trappist beers

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1)Carling Extra Cold

2)Super Bock

3)Heineken(the stronger stuff I dont think I can ever have a quiet pint it always turns to a session.)

4)Never drink em seem to Northen for me

5)No vote

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Ove   
quote:Originally posted by Redtetti

3. Best Lager for a quiet pint. (International recognition.)

Leffe Blond


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Who would think a Liverpool fan could have such good taste! Leffe Blond is my favourite beer. TBG recommended me Krusovice a while back, but although it's admittedly quite good, Leffe is simply the best. Don't drink it that often though. As it's a strong beer alcohol-wise, I need to buy it at special shops, the government owned Norwegian wine monopoly. It's the dark-ages over here still. They sell all alcohol above 4.7%, in fact I'm just on my way over to pick up a bottle of 18 year old Talisker that I've ordered.

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1. Best Domestically brewed lager beer for session drinking.

Stella (only UK beer I've drunk in quantity)

2. Best Foreign lager for session drinking.

Sam Adams

3. Best Lager for a quiet pint. (International recognition.)

Anchor Steam

4. Best Ale or Stout. (One category, international.)

Sheaf Stout

5. Most total-nutter-b**tard home brewed beer (any description or nationality.)

No vote

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quote:Originally posted by Ove
quote:Originally posted by Redtetti

3. Best Lager for a quiet pint. (International recognition.)

Leffe Blond


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Who would think a Liverpool fan could have such good taste! Leffe Blond is my favourite beer. TBG recommended me Krusovice a while back, but although it's admittedly quite good, Leffe is simply the best. Don't drink it that often though. As it's a strong beer alcohol-wise, I need to buy it at special shops, the government owned Norwegian wine monopoly. It's the dark-ages over here still. They sell all alcohol above 4.7%, in fact I'm just on my way over to pick up a bottle of 18 year old Talisker that I've ordered.


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Ove,

Glad you tried Krusovice. It is quite good isn't it! My personal fave. I also had Leffe Blond and that is another sensational drink. The Kronenberg Blonde isn't too bad either...

Happy drinking!

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quote:Originally posted by Kristina

Sorry gronkjaer77, no sausages and no beer!

Kristina-the-vegetarian-teetotaler


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Do you have any vices?

Or are you such a goody goody girl?

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