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Roy Hunter wrote:I found another alcohol-free beer! A white one! Bavaria does a lager-type beer in 330ml bottles, I was in the supermarket on Thursday and I picked up the wrong bottles and got 275ml bottles of Bavaria Wit, a wheat / white / whatever beer instead.
It is lovely, if you like that sort of thing. You certainly wouldn't sit and drink half a dozen of them, but then you're not getting a buzz from them, so why would you? As a nice little bottle of beer to drink for the taste, however, it is lovely, very smooth and well balanced, it has a good texture / mouth feel, and doesn't leave you with the bitter aftertaste you quite often find from wheat beers.
PKMKII wrote:Beer Payola in Washington, DC
This is a huge problem with craft and micro breweries, as it keeps them out of the biggest markets. It also shows how the idea of the free market as a pure meritocracy is complete crap.
Regional brewer Shepherd Neame is undertaking trials of Samuel Adams Boston Lager, with the beer to be packaged in both bottle and keg. The partners say that Sheps-brewed draught Boston Lager could be available to Britain’s on-trade as early as mid-April.
PKMKII wrote:Sam Adams Boston Lager to be brewed in the UK
Almighty Doer of Stuff wrote:Bart, you shouldn't drink beer out of a cracked bottle. You'll make a mess of your clothes.
daftbeaker wrote:I should add before PKMKII starts complaining I'm a tasteless oaf that I am indeed a tasteless oaf and for me a really good beer is one you can drink all day.
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