The best beer?

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  1. Marty McFly Johnny Mac’s Roadie / Protégé Gold Member

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    Infused with nitrogen. Whatever that does :39:
     
  2. Jack Torrance Heeeeeere's Johnny! Gold Member

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    always enjoyed that Tiger beer when I drank.
     
  3. Minty 2 x BOTB winner Gold Member

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    Beavertown beers are good..Gamma Ray & Neck Oil esp.
    I like ales..mainly blondes. Don't bother with substandard
    * like fosters..carling and other pish thats in every bar
    you go to.
     
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    I am impressed that that can holds a full pint.
     
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  6. KRS-1888 I'm Still #1 Gold Member

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    Really liking Kronenbourg 1664 just now.
     
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  7. Marty McFly Johnny Mac’s Roadie / Protégé Gold Member

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    That’s my go to pint. Less gassy than others and I can drink more of it before my belly resembles a pregnant lass.
     
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    Tsingtao is good

    Been drinking sol lately
     
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    Smooth as * so it is.

    I'd go buy a slab of the stuff if I wasn't cutting down :54:
     
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  11. JordyBhoy King of the Swingers, Jungle V.I.P. Gold Member

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    Been drinking a lot of Murphys recently, wish it was more readily available as opposed to having make do with cans.
     
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    Menabrea is a lovely pint, especially with a pizza.
     
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    Weihanstaphan and Blue Moon are really good, for strong beer Elvis Juice at 6.8 and Duvel 8.5, also like Nigerian Guiness much better than the Irish stuff and at 7.5 volume it has a good kick to it.
     
  14. JordyBhoy King of the Swingers, Jungle V.I.P. Gold Member

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    Haven’t seen many calls for Stella, I wonder why :39:
     
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    Love a Stella.

    #1 pint for me when it's done properly
     
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  16. Marty McFly Johnny Mac’s Roadie / Protégé Gold Member

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    At the Open last summer it was the only beer you could buy.

    Drank loads.

    Acted like a * :38:
     
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    Not a fan of Wife Beater tbh, the taste or the effects.
     
  18. neilly1987 Wits eh goalie dain Tom??? Gold Member

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    Started exploring IPAs now that I enjoy one or two casual drinks in my old age rather than drinking to get melted. On black wolf hudson golden ale tonight. Decent although I'm obviously no expert.
     
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    Just supping a few tonight.:60:
     
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    As you get older you do tend to test your pallet. All about the quality over the quantity and throwing pish down your neck all night.
     
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