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Interesting Beers

matsta31

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La Blanche du Cheval blanc gets my vote, but I really prefer it on tap. In Bottle, I guess it depends how fast the inventory turnover....

Next time you are in Montreal, you should go check their Bar/brewery on Ontario street, really fresh beer and while you drink, you can see the beer making process.
 

sswilson

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Back in my beer swilling days it was usually a dark beer. Newcastle Brown Ale &/or Tartan never failed to hit the spot.

Wheat beers were a good occasional beer when I was in germany, but I usually went with whatever local red label was available. Back in the early 90's there were a few interesting micro breweries in Quebec... Names like Nom De Dios IIRC. They were essentially fortified beers which sported 14% + alcohol (seems to me one was up around 20%) and packed quite a whallop.
 

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Back in my beer swilling days it was usually a dark beer. Newcastle Brown Ale &/or Tartan never failed to hit the spot.

Wheat beers were a good occasional beer when I was in germany, but I usually went with whatever local red label was available. Back in the early 90's there were a few interesting micro breweries in Quebec... Names like Nom De Dios IIRC. They were essentially fortified beers which sported 14% + alcohol (seems to me one was up around 20%) and packed quite a whallop.


For a good Variety of beer, You need to hit up Munich in october fest.
I think they hold the record for beer consumed in one day.
lol

ST
 

Mecher

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Hoegaarden is my fav white beer!!! but pretty pricey here in Manitoba... you used to be able to get great big glasses of it at a bar in the hometown I grew up in, untill they ran out of glasses...brewed in belgium I think, found a wiki on it: Hoegaarden Brewery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia I have tried Rickards white, but much prefer hoegaarden... Blue moon in the states isn't that bad either...
 

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Kilkenny - Irish cream ale....

I found some here, but it was so much better in Ireland
 

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