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I know we have to wait until April (fingers crossed) to receive BE but I thought it might be a good idea to have a place where we can share our anticipation, the guys from B&D can update us and we can share our favorite beers.

I have a few favorites:

Guinness (Irish)
La Chouffe (Belgian)
Lupulus (Belgian)

So come on guys and girls lets get ready to brew and discuss our favorite brews!
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wi1ky wrote:
I know we have to wait until April (fingers crossed) to receive BE but I thought it might be a good idea to have a place where we can share our anticipation, the guys from B&D can update us and we can share our favorite beers.

I have a few favorites:

Guinness (Irish)
La Chouffe (Belgian)
Lupulus (Belgian)

So come on guys and girls lets get ready to brew and discuss our favorite brews!


Good idea! we will do this in this thread

My is:
Black IPA
AIPA
Lindemans Kriek
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An anticipation thread is a great idea.

My favorite styles definitely vary from season to season, but from around the world I really like:
- a good American Black IPA
- a nice Belgian Tripel
- a well balanced English ESB
- a crisp German Maibock
- a noble Czech Pilsner - often the hardest beer to do "right"

I'm a homebrewer, so I struggle with choosing a single style as "best" - all beer styles are "best" at a certain time, place or season.
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I like winter warmers, Harveys Old or Young's Winter Warmer
or maybe a pint of Theakston's Old Peculiar or Hall and Woodhouse's Tanglefoot
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Cider! You can't beat a nice cold pint of cider, preferably with fruit in it!
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Phil68 wrote:
Cider! You can't beat a nice cold pint of cider, preferably with fruit in it!

But that is not beer?!
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Zark wrote:
Phil68 wrote:
Cider! You can't beat a nice cold pint of cider, preferably with fruit in it!

But that is not beer?!


True, but I like it
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Since where I live Imperial Stouts appear to be king and I love me a great Imperial Stout don't get me wrong but my fav

Sour, Lambic and Geuze in particular (took a trip to Amsterdam and Belgium in Sept as a part of it I toured Cantillon and omg...I was and still am in heaven from that and the astronomical amount of beer I brought back).

Almost anything Barrel Aged

A GREAT Baltic Porter (my fav is Duck Rabbit's)

I'll be brewing up a Winter Warmer here soon that I age on wine cherries and this time I plan on throwing some lactobacillus in there and brew up my Habanero Chocolate Stout to get me by the winter months.
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We are getting close to Beer Empire finding it's way into the homes of gamers across the world!

Anyone having a beer tonight for St. Patrick's day?

Oatmeal stout tonight for me.
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I always enjoy one from a local brewery here Liftbridge. They do an Irish Coffee Stout which is a coffee stout aged in Irish Whiskey barrels :-D. It'll crush you at the end if you crush the entire bomber yourself but worth it.
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We are getting closer to April and we are also seeing the first warm days of the year here in Germany (a few days of 17+ degrees C) and that has made me very thirsty. I have recently been enjoying a few bottles of Pilzner Urquell a great Czech pils beer and also a few bottles of Paulaner's new beer Zwickl. Really getting in the summer mood!
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I really can't recall all the names, but in the past I've been on some cycling-vacations throught Germany, Belgium, France, Poland and Luxemburg. One of the things I really enjoyed was, after a day of cycling through dazzling nature alongside a beautiful river, enjoying the silence, the warm weather and the sight, sitting on a terrace, drinking a local beer.
In Germany and Belgium almost every little village has his own local brewed beer. And they're mostly outstanding!
 
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