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Postby Daved » Mon Jan 29, 2007 7:22 am

The Adelaide beer with the sediment in it is Coopers....... a very nice drop it is too.


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Postby doode » Mon Jan 29, 2007 10:09 am

ah yes....Coopers! Adelaide tap water!!..........loll....

although from what ive seen on recycling of water Qld is not looking too sh*t hot!.......

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Postby chiyao » Mon Jan 29, 2007 12:31 pm

I am also the fan of SAPPORO!

the beer of MADMAX which compounded the picture -- pleasing -- !.


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Postby Chase Bansi » Tue Jan 30, 2007 8:08 am


Now there's a beer that'll knock your dick in the dirt!

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Postby toecutter » Fri Feb 02, 2007 4:22 am

ive drunk all over the world.

forget pommie beer - its served warm. i hear they have littl heaters in teh lines to warm it up or perhaps i just invented that. i remember a publican trying to sell me on a guiness premium or special or something - its special feature was that it was served chilled! bugger me i thought - heres a technology the poms can flog to us in oz....

in the us - mickeys wide mouth or canadian beer.

avoid any other us commercial beer.

microbreweries are your only other option.

europe is a whole different scenario - czech and german beers are top of the list. i recall fondly an austrian beer called 'stegl' which i kept going back for more.

in oz im quite fond of the belgian beer places they have. although 20 bucks for a beer makes it an exy nite out with the lads.

at home i like the james squires, coopers or reschs pilsener on a really really hot afternoon. vb is ok at the footy or cricket.

around the baltic beer is big but so is cider, and oddly pear cider. i bought 3 litre bottles of the stuff for 3 or 4 bucks. who needs a meal when you have 3 litres of cider.

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Postby zboy » Fri Feb 02, 2007 6:46 am

Vb or crownies if I have to drink beer, normally it's either JD or JB that I'm drinking tho'

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Postby Redd4 » Tue Feb 06, 2007 11:47 am

Ay carumba zboy, you like the hard stuff. I like to drink a lot, and drink it quick, so I love the suds.

I do like Mickey's Bigmouth, it goes down fast. Back in my neophyte liverkilling days, it had a good reputation, but since I've gotten into the microbrews, even the Mick is kind of mild, though it still demands respect.

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Postby ydx7 » Sat Feb 24, 2007 3:53 am

This time I tried a pint bottle of Newcastle brown ale. Much better. It still smells beery, but doesn't have the harsh/bitter taste, or at least not enough to be annoying since it still slightly tastes like beer. It has an interesting aftertaste when swishing my empty mouth around, which may have a touch of fruit. [/font]

It says on the bottle "drink cool". I didn't have it in the fridge, but in my bedroom, which is actually cool. The bottle felt cool to the touch. I hope it was at the proper temperature.

I hope this isn't the UK version of Foster's i.e. poser beer.

How do other varieties of ale such as pale or India compare? I may look into these also.

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Postby ydx7 » Fri Mar 30, 2007 12:39 pm

I bought three different imports. I will be trying one each day, and

will give a review of each one.

The first beer I tried this weekend is a Grolsch lager. When I

loosened the cap, it made a pop sound and a slight mist. This one

deffenitely has the one of the coolest bottles I've seen.

This does have the same beer taste, but it doesn't seem as prominent

as American beers*. It also seems to have an interesting aftertaste.

* It could be the case instead that I'm getting used to the "beer

taste, so it doesn't bother me as much as it used to.

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Postby ydx7 » Sat Mar 31, 2007 12:02 pm

My second beer is Young's Dirty Dick's* Ale. [/font]

I guess this one is similar to the Newcastle Brown Ale in that the beer taste is not as prominent, but was more present than the Newcastle.

* I hope the label wasn't written by one of those people that misuse apostrophes, and the name actually doesn't describe an ingridient.

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