Pilsener, Lager, Stout, Porter, Wheat Beer, Weißbier, Altbier, Dunkelbier, Festbier, Hefe-Weizen Bier, Mild, Bitter, Ale, Barleywine, Lambic, Gueuze, Faro, Kriek, Trappist Beer, Abbey Beer, Red Beer, MicroBrews, et al...
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[i]For that matter I can't think of a single beer brewed in the USA that even comes close to being world-class.[/i] That's because you live in Californi...

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If you had purchased $1,000.00 of Nortel stock one year ago, it would now be worth $49.00. With Enron, you would have had $16.50 left of the original $1...

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Mexican Beers Dos Equis amber is terrific. Negro Modelo is also a very tasty dark beer. Corona is delicious - especially on a hot summer day AND Coro...

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Something about a Sol with a lime that puts a smile on my face:) But you gotta have the lime. I once orderd a Sol in Cozumel and the bar was out of l...

08/05/2005, by 0 replies
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Great lite beers -- yes. Although I've always suspected they taste better just because I'm there. Do you think our Mexican imports are any good? Have ...

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I've never tasted a microbrew that was worthy having a second glass, and believe me I've tried many that were highly reccommended. For that matter I can...

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We've got quite a few in Oregon but it's neither the beer I had in Austria or like that in terms of the local beer. In Innsbruck our hotel was just around...

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We have a couple in the St. Louis area (aside from Anheuser-Busch), but they don't even compare to what I had while touring Germany. I've often th...

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never heard of japanese beer before, but maybe that's because there are no japanese around here. I am curious how it tastes though; Japanese have the tende...

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I wonder if it's a California thing?...

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Kirin, Asahi and Sapporo seem to be the most "available" stateside.

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I've never had a Japanese beer. Can you recommend one?...

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Of course there are millions of Japanese here. But as one restaurant owner informed me "they have contracts with their suppliers". They even h...

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Maybe it's because of the fairly large Japanese population around here? Do you have a lot of Japanese people in SoCal?...

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Scot, You know where I live: SoCal. Did you check the labels on the Japanese beer? If it doesn't say "Brewed in Japan", it's rubbish. I ...

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Where do you live, 7? Two different sushi places here in Bellingham import true Japanese beer. I know the difference you are talking about though as I li...

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  Old message # 17121

True Japanese rice beers are truly great beers, but unfortunately they are impossible to finde stateside as they are now being "brewed under license&q...

07/31/2005, by 0 replies
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Throughout my adult life I've had a love for beer. During my time in Europe, one of my goals was to experience the finest brews that the world had to o...

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