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I’ll have to go with guinbess,guinness and guinness LOL. I also like fuller’s brew’s (london pride/porter).Younge’s is also good.
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1. Guiness
2. BitteBurger
3. New Castle

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quote: 2. BitteBurger

You meant Bitburger, right?

Bitte, ein Bit!

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– Lefe (in France)

OK, three more, just for the records:
– Tuborg (danish beer)
– Ursus(romanian beer)
– Silva Dark (romanian beer)

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Stella Artois, Bulmers Cider, or Delirium Tremons!

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i really need to get out in the world and try some beers… all my friends and i ever have is toohey’s extra dry. but then we are cheap and its always the first case you see in the bottle shop. i like coronas though

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Budva in the czech republic, lovely drop and the price cant be beat.
Partial to the odd heinekin aswell.

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Definitely Eggenberg Dark in the Czech Republic – taste and price can’t be beat!!!!!

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Iron city…. made right here in the steel city home of the superbowl champions pittsburgh steelers

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Sometimes, ya just have to go with what you have on-hand, cold in the fridge! I am happy to report… I currently have am ice cold (4-pack), which has been aged toperfection for approximately 3 to 4 weeks //// of Samual Smith’s delicious Oatmeal Stout! I imagine the 4th one will disappear around 1300 hrs today, as I am off work!

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Finally got the appeal of Guinness after my Eurotrip — before that I always thought it was just to thick for regular consumption. But I actually think it’s better to drink AFTER a long night at the pub than while you’re in the pub. I don’t really get it.

I like Red Stripe, too.

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Guinness is good anytime, anywhere.

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I wish I could somehow buy a pint of the creamy guinness foam thats usually reserved for the top of your mug…I just want an entire drink of that shit…I drink thru a whole glass to get to that part.

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Mmm. Beer. Smile

I really miss the taste of a nice cold Mahou with tapas in Madrid. Yum.

As for American brews…
-Leinie’s (Leinenkugel’s for you non-Wisconsinites!) is fabulous. http://www.leinie.com/beers2.htm

-I’m also a fan of New Glarus Spotted Cow (another "local" beer).

And check out what we just got here in Milwaukee…http://www.onmilwaukee.com/bars/articles/germanbeerhall.html

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I enjoyed two large bottles of Chimay (Gr. Reserve) yesterday, I am happy to report… Stuff tastes better than candy, and packs a nice punch (9% ABV) to boot!

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First two are German and last is a Colorado beer.

1)Augustiner Edelstoff
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Love the thread, gotta bring it back!!
 
Domestic: Love a New Belgian 1554, Sam Adams Cream Stout…picking up on a dark beer trend…?
 
Foreign: Remains to be seen!  Looking forward to trying an Andechs Doppelbock Dunkel Smile

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Good North American beers out there:
 
1.  Rogue Juniper Pale Ale (Newport, OR)
2.  Old Chub  (Denver, CO)
3.  Rogue Dead Guy Ale
4.  Lagunitas Chronic
5.  Mojo Risin

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Rogue Dead Guy Ale…Good choice!

Abita Turbo Dog.  Looks like you just changed the oil in your car and is made in neighboring Louisianna.

Lazy Magnolia is a new brewery in Kiln, Mississippi.  They brew several types of beer.
Southern Pecan is the best and won a bronze medal at the world beer cup.
 
And while you’re in Jackson, MS go to for fifty beers on tap.


Or maybe
$2.00 pints on Saturday nights.

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MB:  I have heard good things from a few people, but not yet tried the So. Pecan brew.. 

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Know how any of us could get our hands on it??  I’m only in Tennessee…pretty close proximity!
 
What is the typical setup of beer ordering at pubs in Europe?  I’ve heard things like, “Ein bier, bitte.” will do just fine…but that’s not exactly getting specific.  Say I wanted a dark beer, or a wheat beer, or an ale…would I have to specify that?  I’ve been told many bars/pubs only carry the “local” beer, whatever that should happen to be…but even if I have no choice in brand variety, I’m sure each brewery makes more than one kind of beer!  Some help on that would be nice, I’ve been wondering.

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MB:  I have heard good things from a few people, but not yet tried the So. Pecan brew.. 


Might be kind of hard to try if you’re in Germany.  I don’t know if Southern Pecan is available outside of Mississippi except for Florida and Alabama.

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Know how any of us could get our hands on it??  I’m only in Tennessee…pretty close proximity!

What is the typical setup of beer ordering at pubs in Europe?  I’ve heard things like, “Ein bier, bitte.” will do just fine…but that’s not exactly getting specific.  Say I wanted a dark beer, or a wheat beer, or an ale…would I have to specify that?  I’ve been told many bars/pubs only carry the “local” beer, whatever that should happen to be…but even if I have no choice in brand variety, I’m sure each brewery makes more than one kind of beer!  Some help on that would be nice, I’ve been wondering.


Where in Tennessee?

I know it’s available in Oxford, MS.  You can get party pigs and the company just started to put the beer in bottles.  If you want it on draft go to Where to buy.  North Alabama is listed also. 

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MB:  I am in N. Florida much of the year.  My wife’s nephew goes to Miss. State, and he loves it!

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MB:  I am in N. Florida much of the year.  My wife’s nephew goes to Miss. State, and he loves it!


Look here.  Then go below the box and click Florida Panhandle.  All the bars that have it are listed like Destin, Pace, Panama City, etc.
 
And a cold one would be mighty tasty while watching Miss State play Memphis in the NCAAs.

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1. Pilsner Urquell (Czech, from a city named Pilsen, “world beer capital”)
2. Radegast (Czech)
3. Guinness (Irish)
4. Hoegaarden (Belgian)
5. Budvar (the original Budweiser, Czech)

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I love Radegast!  \\
 
MB – My wife and I will be staying at the Sheraton on the beach in Ft. Walton/Destin the first few days of October 08…  I will definately get some!  I love that beach area, best on the entire Gulf of Mex for sure…

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1. Pilsner Urquell (Czech, from a city named Pilsen, “world beer capital”)
2. Radegast (Czech)
3. Guinness (Irish)
4. Hoegaarden (Belgian)
5. Budvar (the original Budweiser, Czech)


Actually spelled Plzen.  I stayed there for a night at Hotel Císlér.

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Speaking of Miss St. they played a hell of a game!  Would’ve ruined my bracket had they won…haha…but thanks to Nova, WKU, and Siena, that’s already shot.  I’m pulling for all the underdogs from here on out!
 
I’m in Johnson City, TN…very northeast corner, near Virginia.  Probably not a big enough area to get little Mississippi beers, but I’ll keep it in mind should I see it one day!  If you ever make it up towards this area, try out some Depot Street beers…they’re on draught all over.  Scottish Ale and Rye Stout are two favs.

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World’s most expensive brew served 2km from me. www.cphpost.dk/get/1… 2008 Dkr is ca. $400 USD … for a beer.

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Speaking of Miss St. they played a hell of a game!  Would’ve ruined my bracket had they won…haha…but thanks to Nova, WKU, and Siena, that’s already shot.  I’m pulling for all the underdogs from here on out!

I’m in Johnson City, TN…very northeast corner, near Virginia.  Probably not a big enough area to get little Mississippi beers, but I’ll keep it in mind should I see it one day!  If you ever make it up towards this area, try out some Depot Street beers…they’re on draught all over.  Scottish Ale and Rye Stout are two favs.

 
At least my team is still in the NIT and going to NY after beating VT.

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Well, the best beer I had in the US was Sam Adams (Boston), and another one from a MB somewhere in PA, don’t remember the place or name, but I liked it. Wink Otherwise a Heineken will do just fine. Just keep the lights away…
 
On a sunny day I prefer a Weihenstephaner Hefeweizen (D) or Hoegaarden (without the lemon!) (B)
 
Lager: Gulpener (NL), Hertog Jan (NL) of Budvar (CZ)
 
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1. Pilsner Urquell (Czech, from a city named Pilsen, “world beer capital”)


Actually spelled Plzen.  I stayed there for a night at Hotel Císlér.


Actually spelled Plzen Smile I spent many a night in Plzen, a friend of mine was studying a medical school there. When you approach Plzen from Prague, there is (or at least was) a huge billboard saying “Plzen. Hlavní mesto piva” – Pilsen, the beer capital

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Thank you for the correction. I’ve seen both spelling in abundance using google.cz

I’ll use yours.

I’ve also seen beer as pivo. Is this incorrect or does it depend on usage?

I’ve been using this.

Thanks-

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“Pivo” is the name for a beer. In nominative case. Genitive case (from, of) is piva, therefore it’s in that sentence that way (capital of beer).

Also, if you want more beer than one, then watch out for this complicated way of making plurals:

jedno pivo – one beer
dve (tri, ctyri) piva – two (three, four) beers
pet (a více) piv – five (and more) beers

there’s a different plural for 2-4 items and 5+ items in Czech (same in Slovak and Polish).

I checked the page you provided and all the Czech phrases are translated properly and accurately.

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Free beer is the best.

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Free beer is the best.

 
I’ll drink tae that

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Coors light!!! haha jk


oh yeah i’m more a busch light man myself… NOT taste like a drunk guy pissed into a bottle and sold it to the general public.

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Killkenny!

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Franziskaner Weissbier Dunkel. I’ve been having withdrawls since I got home.

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Yesssss,, Franzikaner & Hacker Dunkel-Weisse ist sehr gut! 

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yojimbo wrote:

Free beer is the best.


And cold-

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Smithwick’s

Love McSorley’s too, especially with a sleeve of crackers, very old cheddar slices and HOT mustard…good times!

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Hey Smithwick’s, not a bad call at all. Pretty stellar on draught.

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Ill give another vote for smithwicks draught.

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1. Pilsner Urquell (Czech, from a city named Pilsen, “world beer capital”)
2. Radegast (Czech)
3. Guinness (Irish)
4. Hoegaarden (Belgian)
5. Budvar (the original Budweiser, Czech)

Is Budvar the same as Czechvar?

And Southern Pecan now comes in bottles-

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Coopers is probably the best brand of beer we have here (not including imports of foreign brands or those brewed under license). Their Pale Ale is a good all rounder. Sparkling Ale is very nice. Their Stout is good too.

I also had a Pilsner-Urquell at the movies the other night (licensed cinema, I love thee!). Very satisfying.

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budvar straight from the lagering tanks…

winter beers are my favorites all-around. give me a seasonal dark and i’m yours.

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