aussie or Euro beer > american and canadian beer :keke:
She really looks like someone set her face on fire and put it out with a bike chain.
Never had Aussie beer, but I've had Carlsberg before. Danish beer is too bitter for me. Canadian beer's where it's at brother :wutyousay: Some Canucks need to post in here to attest to this.
what do you mean by gold mine?
slept with faith and found a corpse in my arms on awakening; I drank and danced all night with doubt and found her a virgin in the morning.
Brewed by the Brooklyn Brewery, NY.
Type: Malt Lager.
This is the first locally brewed beer I've had in New York City. Last week I threw back a couple pints fresh off the tap. Right now I'm sipping some out of a bottle. I'm impressed. I wasn't expecting much. Perhaps it was just my preconcieved notion that nothing good could come out of Brooklyn.
Tasted better on tap, but still good in a bottle. It's a light, amber lager that doesn't give off much of a head, but has a carmel-like malty taste with a healthy dose of hops. Taste of hops and carbonation tends to linger in your mouth. Good with pub food.
Are there actually any good American beers because all the ones available in Australia taste like dog's piss and coming from a XXXX drinker that's saying a lot.
For top Euro-beers you can't go past Czech Republic beers. Budvar and Pilsner Urquell are my faves.
Pilsner Urquell is another favorite of mine. Goes good with schnitzel.Quote