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BS: What's your favourite brew/beer?

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Bugsy 17 Nov 99 - 08:35 PM
SingsIrish Songs 17 Nov 99 - 08:29 PM
Micca 17 Nov 99 - 08:24 PM
Bert 17 Nov 99 - 08:24 PM
Bugsy 17 Nov 99 - 08:14 PM
Jon Freeman 17 Nov 99 - 08:07 PM
SingsIrish Songs 17 Nov 99 - 07:46 PM
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Subject: RE: BS: What's your favourite brew/beer?
From: Bugsy
Date: 17 Nov 99 - 08:35 PM

I would gather from that (SingsIrish Songs) that you are not familia with Babycham the "Original Champagne Perry". A big favourite with the girls when I was in my teens.

Cheers

Bugsy


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Subject: RE: BS: What's your favourite brew/beer?
From: SingsIrish Songs
Date: 17 Nov 99 - 08:29 PM

Micca, thanks for the new word in my vocabulary--ie "perry". Hadn't heard of that term--and will need to see how the labels are marked.

Lots of good beers around.

MK


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Subject: RE: BS: What's your favourite brew/beer?
From: Micca
Date: 17 Nov 99 - 08:24 PM

Mary Kate, if its made with apples its cider if its with pears its perry, perry is usually drier and very alcoholic and will knock one A**e over t*ts in no time at all but goood ones are wonderful, in the cider category Biddenden truly nectar, Beers Greene King's Abbot, Shepherd Neame's Porter( makes one of the best Carbonnade Flamande ever)Wadsworths 6X,Hall Woodhouse Tanglefoot and many more


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Subject: RE: BS: What's your favourite brew/beer?
From: Bert
Date: 17 Nov 99 - 08:24 PM

Out here in Pennsylvania we drink Yuengling's Black and Tan and also their Lord Chesterfield. Big Mick will kill me for saying this but for imported stouts, my favourite is Mackeson. We have several good micros around here as well.


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Subject: RE: BS: What's your favourite brew/beer?
From: Bugsy
Date: 17 Nov 99 - 08:14 PM

Jon - Definitely Abbot Ale! Also like Ruddles County. As for beer here in Australia, Dogbolter, Hahn Premium, Fremantle Bitter(alas no more) Carlton Crown Lager.

When I was stationed in Lincolnshire with the RAF in the late 60's the local brew was Holes. Just about the worst beer I've ever tasted, with the exception of their "Castle Stout" which was nectar. Of course Courage brought them out and the only beer they dumped was the stout! Typical Courage.

Cheers

Bugsy


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Subject: RE: BS: What's your favourite brew/beer?
From: Jon Freeman
Date: 17 Nov 99 - 08:07 PM

Here are a few of mine. Stouts, Guinness and Beamish. Bitters, Ruddles County, Abbot Ale, Burton, Draught Bass. There is a bitter brewed about 30 miles away from that I am very fond of called Pedwar Bawd (Four Thumbs) which I think is ever bit as good as the better known brews but none of the pubs near me sell it so I rarely get to try it.

Jon


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Subject: What's your favourite brew/beer?
From: SingsIrish Songs
Date: 17 Nov 99 - 07:46 PM

I've been on the East Coast of the States and now live on the West Coast and have come to really appreciate beer.

Not the watered down brands that are readily advertised on the television...more like imports or the marvelous microbrews that have become very popular.

My first favourite is of course Guinness but I've come to like Smith's (if I remember correctly) Oatmeal Stout from England and Young's Luxury Double Chocolate Stout (also English) isn't bad either...

In the States there are some good brews from Samuel Adams...Siera Nevada...Pete's Wicked Ale (on occasion) and in Syracuse, NY downtown at Empire Brew Pub in the Armory, I've tasted some good microbrews....A few years ago I had the opportunity to brew a batch of Honey Lager that wasn't bad. I've also come to like various hard ciders both apple and pear...Woodchuck and Woodpecker for the apple ciders (one is sweet, and I cannot remember which is which)....Wyders (?) for the pear.

Beer, it isn't just Michelob, Coors, Molson, Bud, etc anymore....

And temperature sure does matter! Ice cold hides the flavour!

So, Mudcatters from all around the globe, what are some of your favourites??

Mary Kate


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