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PostSubject: Wines, beers and other spirits   Wed 29 Sep - 1:14

Since here at the Drakkar board are aristocrats, we can turn the usual driking thread into something interesting. No proletarian or commercial shit allowed. We stand only quality alcohol here.

Then, here what made my evening with some Doom-Metal and later Death-Industrial :



An amber organic beer made here in the Southern Alps with local spring water and local-grown hop, a tasteful one for sure. Their best is the Bombasse one, a 10.5░ brown beer that's one of the best that ever came to my mouth.

One recent good choice was a 2007 Saperavi Georgian red wine made from organic grapes. Not the best wine I've drank yet with a very pleasant taste. The best point is that this wine won't ever make you sick at all. And it looks that 2007 was a decent year for wine-making in Georgia when it was an awful year here in France. Perfect with a Mediterranean meal.

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PostSubject: Re: Wines, beers and other spirits   Fri 7 Jan - 0:41



This day, I've drinked the Crabbies I've got at the SIAL show three months ago. English beer with ginger, very fresh liquid perfect since my radiator is working on tropical settings...
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PostSubject: Re: Wines, beers and other spirits   Wed 19 Jan - 23:21

English beers are some of the most underrated here. People drink export Guiness but don't care about good English beers. I've tasted some gems in London and even a few imported ones aren't that bad, for example the Hobgoblin. I'm sure it's far from being the best beer UK can offer yet it fits my taste well.

Tonight with my family :



from 2005.

An excellent bottle that I got mid-priced !

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PostSubject: Re: Wines, beers and other spirits   Mon 18 Apr - 7:51

Ommegang, by far the best beer from the US: http://www.ommegang.com/index.php?mcat=1&scat=2&yr=1
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PostSubject: Re: Wines, beers and other spirits   Mon 18 Apr - 14:41

You're receiving?

Before (delicate flavoured nut wine) :


During (prefered with lamb, goat or game meat) :


After (digestive with distilled verbeina plants) :
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PostSubject: Re: Wines, beers and other spirits   Wed 22 Jun - 5:41

Best beer is free beer hehehehe.

Now talking seriously, for me, the best beers from this country (Chile) are this:
-Kunnstman. A brewery founded by German Immigrants in the southern part of the country, very good beer!
-Colonos del Llanquihue, another good beer from the southern Chile, this brewery was also founded by germans.
-Cerveza del Puerto, very good beer from the city/port of Valparaiso.
-Cerveza Austral: This comes from the southernmost city in the World, Punta Arenas, very good beer, too.
-In the cheap side, we have Baltica, a very cheap beer (1 lt. for just 1 euro aprox) WARNING! When you drink this shit, The hangover next day it's a fucking nightmare.

From other countries I like brands like Gulden Draak, La Trappe, La fin du monde...
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PostSubject: Re: Wines, beers and other spirits   Mon 12 Sep - 23:07

Is Baltica the Russian one ? It mustn't be because most varieties aren't that hard on alcohol. You make me want to taste these for sure!

A nice discovery from Poland





Good beer from a regional brewery.

Another nice one was this stout (sic):



which has a subtler taste than the Guinness one can find here everywhere.

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