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7/3/2015 4:16:14 AM
If you’re interested in the mindboggling colonial history of beer and beer import in neighbouring Congo, there’s a rich chapter on how the "beer wars" over there were tied to music bars, loc...
6/30/2015 4:28:45 PM
[quote]Originally posted by wchesser
The Old Fashioned. Loads of taps...great location on the capital square. Great burgers.
We basically only had half a day durin...
6/30/2015 12:16:45 PM
[quote]Originally posted by gopherfan99 There are a couple of places to have a beer in the Old Town but the beers are not exciting. Some of the better Croatian craft beers can be challenge to ...
6/30/2015 9:36:59 AM
Makes sense to pour in the tasty yeast, much in contrast to pouring the bitter/spicy yeast into some heavier Belgian beers.
Still makes more sense than the outdated belief in many German bi...
6/28/2015 8:21:16 AM
I think this site exists to celebrate that sheep in all of us, fleeing and then seeking the boozing flock. Else we should all be just isolated obsessives taking sad quasi-objective sips on their own, ...
6/27/2015 11:20:20 AM
[quote]Originally posted by OldGrowth a nation yawns [/quote] Two nations, so widely that multiple pints of Becks can be gulped whilst doing so.
6/27/2015 9:15:55 AM
And that’s even before TTIP has been lobbied through.
If they were brewing it in their US plants using US hops and local water, then it should rightly be considered a non-German macrolager?...
6/27/2015 9:08:31 AM
[quote]Originally posted by JStax [quote]Originally posted by Gary Rochefort 8 is god tire too [/quote] So rochefort > goodyear? [/quote] Depends on the mileage both have tra...
6/27/2015 9:00:21 AM
[quote]Originally posted by Beershine
This is a great project. But I wouldn’t underestimate the audience on the RB website. A scholarly book about the geography of beer is something a lot ...
6/27/2015 8:49:31 AM
[quote]Originally posted by CrookedStaver Now that I live in Luxembourg this is my go-to beer. Love drinking it often enough to notice subtle batch variations. 8 is definitely the most of my p...