A Le Cog beer, which i brought from estonia, is good too. That's very tasty beer, even comparing to saku. Dakkus, you should try that too.
I one drank a very lightly coloured A Le Coq in Suomenlinna and liked it pretty much. However, they haven't started selling that stuff with Finnish prices quite yet. I think I will buy a few hundred cans of that stuff when I go to Tallinn the next time ;)
asiamaniac wrote:Do you also know what a so-called "dirty-beer" is? Well, pour some Coke in the glass, pour the beer over it and see how the foam is going to change its colour. The more disgusting it looks, so much the better. And it can be extremely disgusting-looking...
This is actually the worst thing in Germany. In certain German regions they always keep mixing their good beer with some Coca Cola company crap. Luckily our Praguean host had told us to avoid drinking those, so we almost managed to avoid them.
In a German Getränkemarkt (those are scary) you can see many kinds of mixing. Beer with coke, beer with jaffa, beer with sprite, beer with this and that.
In Harz I was asked if I wanted to drink stuff that was in a standard German beer bottle. I said I would love to drink that. Then, when I got it to my hands and took the first sip, I found out the terrible truth: The stuff was 50% beer and 50% sprite. Imagine the taste.
I drank it as fast as I could to avoid tasting its taste. When I was ready, I was happy. Then I looked elsewhere for several seconds. When I looked on the table again, I saw a new bottle of that sick joke in front of me. Opened.
If a country has as good beer as Germany does, why on earth do they have to destroy it?