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Are you English?
You keep on using that word I do not think it means what you think it means
Skunked Pilsner Urquell
Or members of the site
I'm not sure how someone who regularly enjoys macro adjunct lagers can say Goses and Lambics are "not beer"...
How about for lovers of ales? Belgian or English beers?
Also not sure how "hip" drinking traditional styles were. At least in England, I've heard there was a certain segment of the younger population...
Eh, it seems like certain styles were only available in specific regions, and you'd have to travel around to be able to try them all. I'm also not...
I mean, if some breweries are putting obscure shit like "original gravity" on their labels, I don't see why not
Why not, mate?
How have you not been banned?
I normally prefer Scotch and wine to bourbon >_>
Again, it seems East Coast has lucked out, for those of us who are fans of trad English styles
Are IPAs really that delicate?
I've noticed with a few of the craft lagers, there's a lemony, metallic taste. Is this a "flaw", or just a part of the style? Its been a while...
Would it be incorrect to call it a quadruple hearted ale?
Tell that to malt snobs :P Its one reason they're outselling consistent blends