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Discussion in 'Katatonia' started by dAnus, Feb 21, 2004.

  1. dAnus

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    The Scourge Suicide Machine

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    I love pretty much any belgian ale, particularly, Blue Moon, Hennepin, La Trappist Ale, and Ommegang. But I also prefer other ales as well, like New Castle, Bellhaven, and Red Hook ESB. All great stuff.
     
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    i'm not really an addicted beer-drinker, can't relax and enjoy it as other do, seems my beer metabolism simply give up, in other way i have to go directly to the toilet along with some six-packs.
    i prefer it fast and painless - vodka! :D
    but red wine, red rum, met as well...
     
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    Damn, I saw some nice ones in these lists! (Hoegaarden, La Choufe, Bavaria, Hennepin, Ommegang) Those are some of my faves there. Anything Belgian I like really, beer wise. However living here in the US, they are kind of expensive so when it comes to cheap beer, I'd go with something like Steel Reserve. (8.1%........not the best taste but any beer that can get me absolutely smashed for under 5 bucks is cool in my book) Other Belgians I enjoy, Chimay, Duval, Orval, Duvel, La Trappe (although not Belgian I don't think) to name a few.
     
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    Ha! Great! I also like the Belgian beers. You chould check out Barbar - its a white beer, with honey aftertaste( 8%). And a huge hangover creator..
    Believe me!
    Chimay & Duvel are also good. But not for drinking fast. Check out the Dutch Grolsch. La Trappe is Dutch, brewed in the south of holland.
    Beers to keep on drinking :
    My favorites:
    Effes (Turkey)
    and Jupiler (belgium)
     
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    I'll definitely check out that Barbar, I'm a big fan of white beer. I can imagine with the honey's sweetness that it might pack a bit of a hangover heh. I agree with you on the Chimay and Duvel not being slamming beers too. My buddy always complains that I drink them too slow, but I like to savor their flavor. I do like Grolsch as well, for me it's in the "above average" class of beers but not quite in the "Godly" status of a Chimay or Duvel. I've only had Jupiler a couple times but I could see drinking that one all night. Quite tasty even out of a can. :Smokin:
     
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    EmptyInside Make a change...

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    Irish beer... Guinness :D
     
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    I'm sorry, i really don't like that English beer. It's mucht too sour and bitter. After 3 bottles i think my stomach is turned upside down.
    Another bad beer: Practically all the beer at Wacken. Only that white-beer went ok. The rest was, bitter, warmish gross beer.
     
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    I drink English ale very much exclusively. Anything by Young's, Fuller's, Hook Norton, Adnams or Shepherd Neame suits me fine.
     
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    Just curious now, if La Trappist Ale is Dutch, but it tastes like a Belgian, then what the hell kind of beer is it?
     
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    la trappe
    It is belgian style dutch beer.. weird now you mention it..
     
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    Interesting, but it is still delicious:) Lately, I have also been favoring a local brewery about an hour away from my home called New Glarus Brewery. They have an excellent ale called Spotted Cow and a Red Ale that even rivals ESB. Great tasting stuff to get hammered to :headbang:
     
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    Reign in Acai Of Elephant and Man

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    I don't like beer much. But if im buzzed by some hard liquor. The beer sure does taste alot better.:)
     
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    jesterday i drank a (to me) new fluid.
    it's this one:
    karmeliet
    And that's a strong beer that's still pretty drinkable.
     
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    NuclearAssblast WHATSTATERSPRECIOUS?

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    Bourbon. My love of loves.
     
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    coronerox Katatonia Brasil Staff

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    Well, Erdinger, Skol, Carlsberg, Heineken, Guiness, Brahma, Kaiser, Bohemia, Bohemia Weiss, Antarctica, New Schin
     
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    carmine The Truth We Never Knew

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    Guinness !!! :)
     
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    Sofiero!
     
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    today I've got a sixpack beer of a friend of mine, it's called Dilemma from a brewery called 'Hertog Jan'. It contains 2 kinds of beer, one with 6% and one with 7.5%. I like the last one better, it isn't that bitter. It's like it contains some stuff that controls your typing..
     

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