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Nice place, not really known for it's beer.
It's a long time since I was last there, but I'm sure you'll find a bottle shop somewhere. Being a...
Top 250: 2
Beers of Fame: 23
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Every time I check the top 250 it seems I've had less and of them, despite drinking more and more...
The Klosterbräu Urtrunk is quite easy to find in German beer shops, not that it's much help to you.
Brauerei Hönig in Litzendorf is somewhere else you get good beer and a nice setting.
Basically, it's pretty hard to go wrong unless the place...
Merkendorf where Wagner and Hummel are across the road from each other.
Brauerei Kraus in Hirschaid has a very nice beer garden.
The first couple of times I went the the beer was very good. The last few times it's been decent but that's all.
I wonder if this is connected...
I had a couple of pints there this afternoon. I wouldn't say they were bad but I wasn't overly impressed, it's been a while since I've been really...
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Sorry if this has already been posted, I didn't read the whole thread.
Kasteel Tripel and Bornem Tripel were two of the ones I enjoyed the most. I didn't particularly enjoy Westmalle Tripel though.
I used to enjoy a Becks Gold from time to time, Flensburger Gold is pretty forgettable though.
What about Zwiesel Dampfbier?
Might be hard to track down though.
I think the main problem with craft beer in Germany is that supply exceeds demand, leading to beers sitting on the shelf for too long.
I've never been myself, but lots of real ale drinkers recommend Sheffield as a great place to drink.
I wonder why they haven't advertised the fact that there's also an IPA, I'm looking forward to that one.
The german Discouters are selling their own "craft beer" again. It's part of the deluxe range they all seem to push at this time of year.
Think I'm down to 1, never mind.
I had a pint in a random Nicholson's pub on the Strand last month and it was pretty good. The next day I had it in Lewes, gravity-served and it...
November is when those strong dark Belgian ales really start appealing to me. If you get lucky with the weather it wouldn't be a bad time to go.
Hölzlein Helles Vollbier and Pilsner from Lohndorf.