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Bitburg but I live in the Rhein-Pfalz and that's the local brew here.
DHL (in Germany) might be around 67€
Edit to add. <20kg is 68€. 20.001 kg-31.5 kg is 93€
Feldschlosschen IS actually pretty good and gambrinus is decent. Oettinger is pretty low grade for a german pils
Sounds like I will just stay home tomorrow. It's not worth the trek for only possibilities
Man, that is a hard choice. Drive 4 hours for 2 beers, I just don't know if I can justify that.
In the Rhine Pfalz I hear Weizen. In this part if you order eine bier, you get bittburg or possible some other pils. If you order Weizen you get...
Ah, I just wish people could pronounce it properly. I have had a bunch of different weizen biers but still prefer Pils/Helles bier.
For sure, the hommage b2 was avalible at the brewery 5-6 days tops. People on here showing pics of whole cases of lute in the states.
30 or so
FF, gueuze, Kriek, and rosé as of yesterday. No Vig or st lam yet....
Do you mind sharing where you found it a at?
most of European sites have a English version ;)
Czech I love Drie/Cantillon but Czech is so underrated in beer, I have to vote for it. $1.90 for a .5l or awsome pils is magical
I shared a bottle of blaeber the other day with my friend and we both agreed it was weak at best. I'd rather drink Cantillon Gueuze over blaeber....
The site says they are closed Sunday's and legal holidays but then doesn't list it being closed Saturday. Probably not going to risk it.
I love to bullshit with that guy. Really interesting to talk to and will talk a lot about his lambics.
Are they closed this Saturday coming up? I need some LPK but it seems this might be a holiday
BCBS gets better with age but most barrel aged bier gets worse.