There's a limited offer to what you can find around here, at least for reasonable prices, I'm not a connoisseur in any way.Which ones do you like? Have you tried Bohemian Pilsners?
There aren't really many kind of beers that I don't like but I would say that lagers and pilsners are pretty much good on any occasion.
OP what are your gotos? For a while I was drinking a shitload of Lagunitas Pils and Red Stripes (especially during hot summer days) but recently have been drinking more IPAs.
Interesting, I am not really well versed on beers, because I thought that Pilsen is only one. In Pilsen (Plzeň in Czech) Czech Republic. Interesting how far our culture goes.There's a limited offer to what you can find around here, at least for reasonable prices, I'm not a connoisseur in any way.
I've had local Brazilian brands that use a "Bohemian method", the biggest brand being actually named "Bohemia" because of that... pretty good, but I wouldn't know how they compare to the originals.
I'll drink almost anything, though, mainstream or local, from Stella Artois to Budweiser to Heineken, whatever's on the menu... my favorite is a local brand, Eisenbahn is the name, medium operation but has been growing a lot, getting traction and recognition, great beer.
The thread was created because I had an imported Ale from Australia, disgusting, lol.
I’m a massive fan of their Tribute ale, but I’ve never seen that on sale near me, where do you procure it from?Lager will do in a pinch, if you just want to get mildly drunk, and compliments some food, but it's weak piss flavour wise.
A good rich hoppy ale with an actual flavour profile is vastly better though.
I'm particularly fond of St Austell's Proper Black dark IPA, which is a heavily hopped, bitter with coffee undertones belter. Goes great with strong cheeses, pies and sausage rolls.
They have an online store that sells them by the boxI’m a massive fan of their Tribute ale, but I’ve never seen that on sale near me, where do you procure it from?