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Ayinger , Paulaner, Schneider Weisse, Edelweiss
Carlsberg I think, it was horrible, I still hate it until this day...
I don't know about London, but Tel Aviv must be a bit more expensive than NYC
Haha exactly :)
All I'm saying is that Tel Aviv is more expensive than Munich...
In comparison to Israel, yes - for example:
Normal sized pizza at a restaurant in Munich - 5~7 euros, while here it's 10~11 euros,
0.5L beer at...
I've tried them both a week ago, both excellent, I prefer the Vitus over the Korbinian, but still - from this brewery my favorite beers are...
Thanks for asking, the trip was amazing, Munich is a beautiful city, beers and pubs flow like water, I drank Augustiner, Franziskaner, Paulaner,...
I think it was Heineken, it was horrible haha
mainly because everything is much more expensive...
Ok, thanks for the good information everyone!
Ok, and can someone recommend a good beer store in Munich that will have a varaity of hefeweizens? Or maybe I can find everything in a big...
Thank you everyone, and what about buying merchandise in the city? Brands like Paulaner and Weihenstephan.
I'm going to Munich next month, what do you recommend the most? I won't be visiting the Oktoberfest and like hefeweizens especially.
Well, comparing to Israel's beer prices it has to be cheaper - here you pay 3 Euros for 330ml Weihenstephan bottle.
I think mine was at a family wedding, I was about 8 years old and I drank a sip.
How about you?
Thanks! Looks like an amazing store, I'll go there :)
Okay, thanks for your help!
Thanks for the long comment.
So you say that Schneider weisse tap 6 and 7 are pretty easy to find in Berlin?
I'm traveling to Berlin in August and I'm curious - what beers are the most common in Berlin?
Is it easy to find some good wheat beers there?
"Nesher" - I would rank it no more than 60.