TOPIC: Foreign Beer Spotting

Foreign Beer Spotting 5 years 2 days ago #7

But Czech dark lager (including the one Zeitgeist was based on) is neither schwarzbier nor dunkel, despite what the BJCP say <!-- s:twisted: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_twisted.gif" alt=":twisted:" title="Twisted Evil" /><!-- s:twisted: -->

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Foreign Beer Spotting 5 years 2 days ago #8

It has its own category, 3D, in the new guidelines.

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Foreign Beer Spotting 5 years 2 days ago #9

\o/

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Foreign Beer Spotting 5 years 2 days ago #10

This is the nicest beer I've tasted ever imo. Had another imperial stout along side it from Ireland. Some difference

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Foreign Beer Spotting 4 years 11 months ago #11

Just spotted a Pliny the Elder in my living room, thank to Andrew Brehan who brought it back from the States for me. Will taste it soon.

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Foreign Beer Spotting 4 years 11 months ago #12

&quot;irish_goat&quot;:146bhf2s wrote: 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. [/quote:146bhf2s]

Not yet, from what I hear - the next shipment will be, though.

And the Lagunitas here has been from the Chicago brewery from the start.

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