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    Delirium Tremens - heavy triple fermented Belgian beer


    Moeder Overste - Belgian amber ale, double fermented


    Hoegaarden Grand Cru


    Tripel Karmeliet, with possibly the most gorgeous beer glass available


    Aventinus - four of these will get any beast incredibly drunk (11.5% alcohol volume I think)


    Those are my favourite special beers, they're pretty much all Belgian I think. Belgians rule. When it comes to pilsener, I'm quite fond of Grolsch and Brand Urtyp Pilsener.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wouter999
    Aventinus - four of these will get any beast incredibly drunk (11.5% alcohol volume I think)
    I trump your Aventinus with Samichlaus (14%)

    I've had a few - they're actually pretty gross, but hit you like a truck.
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    “Samichlaus” beer is brewed once a year, in each case on December 6th, and stored and matured afterwards for over 10 months before it is bottled. "Samichlaus” beer can mature for many years in the bottle; older vintages obtain a complexity and receive their creamy warm aftertaste. This beer can be served with heavy meals and desserts, particularly with chocolate - or as digestive and meditations drink. According to the Guinness Book of Records, it is the strongest lager beer in the world with 14 % alcohol and 32° original extract content. It is brewed exclusively of natural raw ingredients after the purity requirement of 1516. “Samichlaus” beer is filled in a 0.33 litre designer bottle embossed with Schloss Eggenberg and in barrels of 15 and 30 litres for export.
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    Friend of mine picked a couple up for me while in NY. I actually haven't opened them yet but he says they're kinda nasty.

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    I was JUST next door to their brewery in London Ontario not more than 5 minutes ago. They've got a distribution store right next to it and i thought i'd died and gone to heaven. All BLUE everywhere....too bad it's double the price in Canada as it is when it's imported into the states. I mean...$11.50 for a six pack...i can buy the same thing at any grocery store in NY for $4.50 with tax and deposit. And what's up with canada only selling at beer stores??? What a crock of crap. damn government.

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    We are talking about 11.50 canadian right. Thats like what 50 cents US?
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    damn... I should have started that beer exchange...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerbick
    damn... I should have started that beer exchange...
    i tried doing that with MarkP, but he P***ied out.

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    usually:


    OR:



    but sometimes:


    with a slice of lime.

    and occasionally:


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    i've never fully understood why it gets called that.....]

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    You've never seen a bunch of rowdy men after 10 pints of Stella? Loopy juice!!!

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    no more so than any other lager though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by littleMatt
    Ahhh the wife beater!
    never heard that before

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    So-called wife beater juice in reference to its 5% ABV, which when it was introduced (in the UK) was higher than most available lagers.

    Yeah, Stella's good, Guinness is good (for you - though the iron content is not as high as everyone thinks it is).

    Like wooter, I like the Belgians, though after the first two glasses of anything, what does it matter? You may as well switch to Stella/Grolsch/Heineken/Krony 'cause it all tastes the same after you've had the first few glasses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hurricaneone
    So-called wife beater juice in reference to its 5% ABV, which when it was introduced (in the UK) was higher than most available lagers.
    aha ok, thanks, makes sense now

    this stuff is good too, can't get it in many places though over here:


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