Löwenbräu, Heineken, Lapin Kulta & Co: What is your beer

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Löwenbräu, Heineken, Lapin Kulta & Co: What is your beer

Post by Asiamaniac » Sat Sep 18, 2004 10:13 pm

Hello Eurobeertrackers! Living in Germany has really got some good aspects: We still have a high density of beer breweries and so you never get bored in trying this and that stuff. And the oldest, still valid nutrition law in the world (A.D. 1516) is valid here and refers to the ingredients of beer.

And so I keep on trying and drinking the different beers.

Of course, I am also open to beers from other countries. During the EBTM04 Belgian beers were quite delicious for me. In Austria, I enjoy my "Zipf"; Carlsberg and Heineken are also quite popular brands here. Today, on the occasion of our annual intercultural festival in Wiesbaden, I enjoyed a Lapin Kulta from Lapland.

What about you, Eurobilldrunkards? Which beers do you enjoy from time to time? How do they taste like?
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Post by Pascal » Sat Sep 18, 2004 10:21 pm

Well, my favorite is Bitburger. :)

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Post by N0W1K » Sat Sep 18, 2004 10:51 pm

Mine's the Coronitas, I don't like very much beers, but I like this very much; with or without lemon and sometimes with some tequila :wink:

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Post by Schaza » Sun Sep 19, 2004 1:20 am

My favourite is Finnish beer named "Karhu" (straightly translated = Bear)

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Post by CCCP » Sun Sep 19, 2004 10:20 am

karhu of course. yes yes i´m not 18 :D

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Post by Sneakster » Sun Sep 19, 2004 10:29 am

Mine is Grolsch, and occasionally I'll have a Corona or a Desperado, but that's mostly on hot summer nights. :lol:
In autumn I prefer a Bockbeer every now and then. :lol:
EDIT: I almost forgot to mention Gueuze Lambic... which is a long time favourite :lol:
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Post by aplfi » Sun Sep 19, 2004 10:48 am

Pascal wrote:Well, my favorite is Bitburger. :)
Ein Bit bitte or how did it go :P I liked Bitburger also very much but in Finland my favorite is Karjala = Karelia in English

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Post by Blueman » Sun Sep 19, 2004 10:50 am

Bavaria and Heineken are my favourites.
But i also like a Desperado sometimes :D
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Post by !Pretfles! » Sun Sep 19, 2004 11:04 am

Maes and Jupiler for Pils.
Leffe Dark and Duvel if I need something stronger.

And when I feel exotic Corona Mexican beer.
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Post by bhoeyb » Sun Sep 19, 2004 11:05 am

Palm or Duvel 8) .
Bitburger when I'm in Germany.

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Post by knospe » Sun Sep 19, 2004 12:12 pm

Heineken is the one and only!!!

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Post by androl » Sun Sep 19, 2004 1:18 pm

my favorite beer is any one that is not a beer :P (I don't like beer)

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Post by pinguino79 » Sun Sep 19, 2004 1:53 pm

I like many different beers, so I can't say I have favourite one, and I am always open to try a different taste, with preference to "light" beers. The ones I drink more often are Guinness and Corona,
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Post by DrGreenTom » Sun Sep 19, 2004 3:10 pm

knospe wrote:Heineken is the one and only!!!
from far away, it looks a bit like beer, but believe me, it isn't :twisted:

Czech and Germany have some good Pils, but the best beers are without any doubt the Belgian beers.

Most drank by me are Palm, Duvel, Westmalle tripel and Kriek
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Post by hoppa » Sun Sep 19, 2004 3:34 pm

If I'm very thirsty I like to drink a pils preferably a STELLA ARTOIS or MAES.

If I want to enjoy a beer and sip it I usually go for the darker beers like LEFFE, GRIMBERGEN, CHIMAY, CINEY or what they have in the pub.

Now and then I go for a DUVEL or JUDAS.

From half december I drink PALM DOBBEL untill they run out of it. It's a beer only available round Christmas and New Year.

Where available I very much enjoy DE KONINCK aka BOLLEKE.

In my younger days I always drank VIEUX TEMPS and later on when it became more famous WITTE VAN HOEGAARDEN.

When abroad I allways drink the local beer. Sometimes they're very good ,sometimes not.

In holland I NEVER drink beer because they don't have any. :twisted:

After this you should'nt think I'm an alcoholic. I have bought a case of Leffe last Christmas and the last bottle I drank at easter. So I'm not that much of a drinker but I happen to like different kind of beers :oops:
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