TOPIC: Foreign Beer Spotting

Foreign Beer Spotting 5 years 4 days ago #1

Founder KBS is in Drinkstore.

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Get it while you can.

8 quid a bottle.

4 per customer max.

I envy you imperial lovers, when are we going to get shit like Zombie Dust or Blind Pig over here?

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Foreign Beer Spotting 5 years 4 days ago #2

&quot;B-Hop&quot;:2trf5x4q wrote: Founder KBS is in Drinkstore.

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Get it while you can.

8 quid a bottle.

4 per customer max.

I envy you imperial lovers, when are we going to get shit like Zombie Dust or Blind Pig over here?[/quote:2trf5x4q]
When the supply chain becomes fast enough and cheap enough that's it's worth someone taking a risk on it. Just buy UK IIPAs instead

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Foreign Beer Spotting 5 years 4 days ago #3

&quot;Stephanos&quot;:2aqw91pa wrote:

&quot;B-Hop&quot;:2aqw91pa wrote: Just buy UK IIPAs instead[/quote:2aqw91pa][/quote:2aqw91pa]

I'm not a fan of [size=200:2aqw91pa][b:2aqw91pa]I[/b:2aqw91pa][/size:2aqw91pa]IPA's.

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Foreign Beer Spotting 5 years 4 days ago #4

&quot;Stephanos&quot;:6218ldu8 wrote: When the supply chain becomes fast enough and cheap enough that's it's worth someone taking a risk on it. Just buy UK IIPAs instead[/quote:6218ldu8]

This is it really, I don't mind buying a bottle of imperial stout that's been sitting in a shipping container from California for 8 weeks but a DIPA or IIPA is another story. In saying that, a few of the US breweries are looking to address this issue e.g. Sierra Nevada's North Carolina brewery is where all the European destined beer is being made now, afaik.

On the flipside, Brewdog are planning to open a brewery in California so that they can sell fresh IPA in the US.

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Foreign Beer Spotting 5 years 4 days ago #5

The very well-regarded Kout na Šumavě beers are on tap in Pifko on Usher's Quay in Dublin. They have other Czech craft beer too.

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Foreign Beer Spotting 5 years 3 days ago #6

&quot;TheBeerNut&quot;:214jogqo wrote: The very well-regarded Kout na Šumavě beers are on tap in Pifko on Usher's Quay in Dublin. They have other Czech craft beer too.[/quote:214jogqo]

Was hoping they'd have a schwarbier. Still love to try that dunkel though.

I need schwarzbiers in my life ever since the gobshites at Brewdog killed my beloved Zeitgeist. <!-- s:( --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_sad.gif" alt=":(" title="Sad" /><!-- s:( -->

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