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    Red Stripe

    • Beer style: Lager
    • Brewery / brand: Desnoes & Geddes
    • From region: Jamaica
    Red Stripe is a Jamaican lager beer whose logo is a wide, diagonal red stripe. It is brewed by Desnoes & Geddes Limited, originally a soft drink manufacturer incorporated on July 31, 1918, by Kingston, Jamaica natives Eugene Peter Desnoes and Thomas Hargreaves Geddes. In its current formulation Red Stripe is 4.7% alcohol by volume. The current lager formulation was first produced in 1938 from a recipe developed by Paul H. Cotter (the son of founder E. P. Cotter) and Bill Martindale. The modern brewery was opened at Hunt's Bay in 1958. Beginning in 1976, Red Stripe has been brewed under license in the UK by the Bedford based brewers, Charles Wells and is packaged in 484 mL (17.0 imp fl oz; 16.4 U.S. fl oz) aluminum cans. In 1985, the brand was first imported to the United States with poor initial results. With an eye towards the success of Heineken, Red Stripe for export was packaged in green standard 12 U.S. fl oz (355 mL; 12.5 imp fl oz). bottles. American consumers exposed to Red Stripe through their travels to Jamaica as well as Jamaican expatriates were reluctant to try the brand in the States since it was not packaged in its distinctive squat brown bottle and painted label.
    6.56
    9 votes
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    Murphy's Irish Stout

    Murphy's Irish Stout

    • Beer style: Dry Stout
    • Brewery / brand: Murphy's Brewery
    • From region: Ireland
    Murphy's Irish Stout (often simply Murphy's), is a stout brewed at the Murphy's Brewery in Cork, Ireland. It is owned and distributed by the Dutch brewer Heineken. Murphy's was heavily promoted worldwide by Heineken throughout the late 1980s and 1990s, but it ultimately failed to substantially dent Guinness' global stout market share, and Heineken have since directed their attentions to other brands. It is brewed to be less heavy and less bitter than Guinness. It is brewed to be less heavy and less bitter than its chief competitor Guinness. Its flavour is evocative of caramel and malt, and is described as "a distant relative of chocolate milk". The resemblance to milk extends beyond flavour to texture: Murphy's is free from any hint of carbonation, and is delivered "black as strong cappuccino" with an inch of foam – the head – on top. Local Irish history pits the Guinness drinkers of Dublin squarely against the Murphy's drinkers of Cork. Long has it been a lively rivalry between the two, with Murphy's viewed as the more "craft" beer of the two, and Guinness being the Jabberwocky of International regards.  After years as a solely local beer, the acquisition of the brewery by
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    Alaskan Amber

    • Beer style: Amber ale
    • Brewery / brand: Alaskan Brewing Company
    • From region: United States of America
    6.86
    7 votes
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    Crown Lager

    Crown Lager

    Crown Lager is a 4.9% premium Australian beer originally made by Carlton & United Breweries (CUB). Carlton & United Breweries has promoted Crown Lager (known colloquially as a "crownie") with the story that it was originally brewed in 1919 as "Foster's Crown Lager" and was initially only available to visiting dignitaries that visited Australia. During the first royal visit of Queen Elizabeth II to Australia in 1954, Carlton & United Breweries marked the occasion releasing Crown Lager.. The company is currently re-investigating this history following claims that Foster's Crown Lager was brewed prior to 1919 and that it was widely available to the public prior to 1954. Crown lager is recognizable by its uniquely shaped bottle and by its 1954-trademarked logo that has only changed four times in the history of the beer, and remains one of Australia's most popular premium lagers. The unique bottle shape and label was designed by Eveline Annie Harvey (1910/05/22 - 2008/08/05), a commercial artist working in Melbourne who was also responsible for many other well-known labels during the period, such as Monbulk Jam and others. Eveline was the artist chosen by General Douglas McArthur to
    7.33
    6 votes
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    Lager

    Lager

    • Brewery / brand: Luca Faggianelli
    Lager (German: storage) is a type of beer that is fermented and conditioned at low temperatures. Pale lager is the most widely-consumed and commercially available style of beer in the world. Bock, Pilsner, Dortmunder Export and Märzen are all styles of lager. There are also dark lagers, such as Dunkel and Schwarzbier. The term Lager is a cognate of ligrs, Gothic for "place of lying (down)". While cold storage of beer, "lagering", in caves for example, was a common practice throughout the medieval period, bottom-fermenting yeast seems to have emerged as a hybridization in the early fifteenth century. However, in 2011 an international team of researchers writing in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences claimed to have discovered that Saccharomyces eubayanus, a yeast native to Patagonia, is responsible for creating the hybrid yeast used to make lager. Based on the numbers of breweries, lager brewing displaced ale brewing in Bohemia in the period from 1860 to 1870, as shown in the following table: The average lager in worldwide production is a pale lager in the Dortmunder or Pilsner styles. The flavor of these lighter lagers is usually mild, and the producers often
    7.33
    6 votes
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    Total Domination IPA

    Total Domination IPA

    • Beer style: India Pale Ale
    • Brewery / brand: Ninkasi Brewing
    Multiple hops collide in balanced perfection, dominating the senses, achieving total satisfaction. From the Pacific Northwest, birthplace of the modern IPA, comes a beer whose name says it all. Established 2006 Starting Gravity: 1067 IBUs: 65 ABV: 6.7% Available: All year in 22oz. Bottles and on Draft
    7.33
    6 votes
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    Kilkenny

    Kilkenny

    • Beer style: Irish red ale
    Kilkenny is a nitrogenated Irish cream ale from the makers of Guinness, which originated in Kilkenny, Ireland. The brand is managed and produced by Diageo. It is available in draught and cans. It is brewed in Ireland and its heritage dates back to the 14th century. Kilkenny is similar to Smithwick's Draught; however, has less hop finish and it has a nitrogenated cream head similar to Guinness. The 'Kilkenny' name was originally used during the 1980s and 1990s to market a stronger version of Smithwick's for the European and Canadian market due to difficulty in pronunciation of the word 'Smithwick's'. It now refers to a similar yet distinct beer. Kilkenny is craft brewed in the oldest operating brewery in Ireland. It is served in similar manner to Guinness; fully risen with a head of 3/4 to 1" approx. The ingredients are: water, malted barley, roasted malted barley, hops, and yeast. While Ireland is the primary market for Kilkenny, Australia and Canada are the two largest importers of Kilkenny. Kilkenny is available on tap in many Australian bars and pubs, where it is served, as with locally brewed draught Guinness, on a mixture of 70% Nitrogen and 30% Carbon Dioxide through a
    7.00
    6 votes
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    Pacífico

    Pacífico

    • Beer style: Pilsener
    • From region: Mexico
    Cerveza Pacífico Clara, better known as Pacífico, is a Mexican pilsner-style beer. It was first brewed in 1900 when three Germans opened a brewery, the Cerveceria del Pacífico in Mazatlán. Cerveza Pacífico is named so because the Pacífico brewery is located in the Pacific Ocean port city of Mazatlán, in the state of Sinaloa, México. Its label includes a picture depicting a lifesaver encompassing a hill with the port's lighthouse hill, known locally as "Cerro del Crestón." In Mazatlán, the beer is available in three different size bottles: "cuartitos" (6 fl. oz), "medias" (12 fl. oz.), and "ballenas" (32 fl. oz.). "Clara" means clear, blonde, as opposed to "oscura" (dark). The Pacífico brewery was bought by Mexican brewing giant Grupo Modelo in 1954. The Belgian Anheuser-Busch InBev company currently owns a 50% stake of Grupo Modelo.
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    Beer BGI

    • Beer style: Pilsener
    • From region: Vietnam
    A beer from the "sleeping beer tiger" is a pilsner-style Beer BGI from Tien Giang, Vietnam (1995).
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    5 votes
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    Falstaff Beer

    Falstaff Beer

    • Brewery / brand: Lemp Brewery
    Falstaff Beer was the brand name for an American beer produced from 1870 until 2005. It was first brewed by the name of Lemp Brewery of St. Louis, Missouri, and later by the Falstaff Brewing Corporation. A once-popular premium beer brand, Falstaff at one point had the third-largest brewing operation in the United States, and had branched into producing its own malt and selling it to other breweries. Today Falstaff is still mentioned in popular culture references, including the Jerry Jeff Walker song, "Up Against the Wall Redneck Mother" and in Sheryl Crow's 1997 song "A Change Would Do You Good".
    6.00
    7 votes
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    Bock

    Bock

    • Brewery / brand: Luca Faggianelli
    Bock is a strong lager of German origin. Several substyles exist, including maibock or helles bock, a paler, more hopped version generally made for consumption at spring festivals; doppelbock, a stronger and maltier version; and eisbock, a much stronger version made by partially freezing the beer and removing the water ice that forms. Originally a dark beer, a modern bock can range from light copper to brown in colour. The style is very popular, with many examples brewed internationally. The style known now as bock was a dark, malty, lightly hopped ale first brewed in the 14th century by German brewers in the Hanseatic town of Einbeck. The style from Einbeck was later adopted by Munich brewers in the 17th century and adapted to the new lager style of brewing. Due to their Bavarian accent, citizens of Munich pronounced "Einbeck" as "ein Bock" ("a billy goat"), and thus the beer became known as "bock". To this day, as a visual pun, a goat often appears on bock labels. Bock is historically associated with special occasions, often religious festivals such as Christmas, Easter or Lent. Bocks have a long history of being brewed and consumed by Bavarian monks as a source of nutrition
    6.83
    6 votes
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    Federbrau Beer

    Federbrau Beer

    • Beer style: Special/Best/Premium Bitter
    • Brewery / brand: Thai Beverages
    Federbrau targets the young generation aged between 22-35 who are confident, love freedom, embrace challenges and are always looking for something special to enhance their sophisticated lifestyles. has the light flavour of genuine German beer.
    6.67
    6 votes
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    Lagunitas Imperial Red Ale

    • Beer style: Red Beer
    • Brewery / brand: Lagunitas Brewing Company
    Lagunitas Imperial Red Ale is a seasonal beer produced by the Lagunitas Brewing Company.
    7.40
    5 votes
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    Budweiser Budvar

    Budweiser Budvar

    • Beer style: Pilsener
    • Brewery / brand: Budweiser Budvar
    • From region: Czech Republic
    Budweiser is the name of a pilsner-style beer from the city of ᅣフeskᅢᄅ Budᅣロjovice in Bohemia (Czech Republic), brewed since 1265. Its name is derived from the German name for the town, Budweis (something from Budweis being a Budweiser). For a time the town was the royal brewery for the Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. Budweiser Budvar is produced in four variations: regular (red label) Budvar, light (blue label) Budvar, non-alcoholic (green label) Budvar Free, and black label Budvar Strong. The lager fermentation for red label Budvar is 72 days; for Budvar Strong, 270 days. Budweiser Budvar has a very rich taste of malt and Saaz hops. The bitter hop presence and distinct malt profile makes it easily distinguishable from an American Budweiser, which also uses rice in its brewing process. The brewery also produces a dark lager style beer, Budvar Dark. The Budᅣロjovickᅢᄑ Budvar brewery offers tours for a small fee. Other breweries in ᅣフeskᅢᄅ Budᅣロjovice are Budweiser Bᅢᄐrgerbrᅢᄂu (trademark Samson), Bohemia Regent and Trebzin. It is claimed that Samson was the model for Anheuser-Busch brand. Although Budᅣロjovickᅢᄑ Budvar was founded in the 13th century, Anheuser-Busch
    7.20
    5 votes
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    Touché

    • Brewery / brand: Asia Pacific Breweries
    Beer launched in 2003 by APB, brewed with champagn yeast,developed with an R&D team from Heineken.
    7.20
    5 votes
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    Newcastle Brown Ale

    Newcastle Brown Ale

    • Beer style: Brown ale
    • Brewery / brand: Newcastle Breweries
    • From region: England
    Newcastle Brown Ale (colloquially "Newkie Brown" (UK), "Newcastle" (US) or "Dog" (North East)) is an English beer owned by Heineken and produced at their John Smith's Brewery in Tadcaster, North Yorkshire. It is the world's best known brown ale and is an icon of the North East of England as a result of its historical links to the region. It was launched in 1927 by Colonel Jim Porter after three years of development. The merger of Newcastle Breweries with Scottish Brewers afforded the beer national distribution, and United Kingdom sales peaked by the early 1970s. The brand underwent a resurgence in the late 1980s - early 1990s with a cult revival in student unions. By the late 1990s the beer was the most widely distributed alcoholic product in the UK. By the 2000s, the majority of sales were in the United States, where the beer has proven extremely popular, although it still sells 100 million bottles annually in the UK. In 2005, brewing was moved from Newcastle upon Tyne to Dunston on the other side of the River Tyne, and in 2010 moved entirely to Tadcaster, North Yorkshire. The beer is perceived in the UK as a working man's beer, with a long association with heavy industry, the
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    Black Cherry Lambic

    • Beer style: Fruit Lambic
    • Brewery / brand: Storm Brewing
    • From region: Canada
    These authentic Belgian-style ales are intensely sour, dry and complex. All three of the lambics - Raspberry, Blackberry and Black Cherry - are aged in oak casks for more than one year. 15 kg, give or take, of whole unpasteurized fruit is added to each 200 litre oak barrel of fermented beer. The naturally occurring wild yeasts cause a second, slow fermentation, breaking down the fruit sugars to total dryness.
    8.00
    4 votes
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    Maudite

    Maudite

    • Brewery / brand: Unibroue
    Maudite is a Belgian-style strong dark ale that has been brewed by Unibroue since 1992. It is an ale that is conditioned in the bottle. The beer's style is a strong red-ale, with an ABV of 8%. The taste is said to be one of wheat, citrus and spice. Maudite has a typically Québécois name (meaning "damned") that is reminiscent of the legend of the Chasse-galerie (the legend of the Flying Canoe). Legend has it that a group of Voyageurs struck a deal with the devil to fly home in their canoes, guided by Satan himself, to make it home in time for Christmas. One renounced the pledge mid-flight, and they all plummeted to the ground.
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    Rickard's Red

    Rickard's Red

    • Beer style: Red Beer
    Rickard's Red has remained Canada's top selling red beer for over 10 years. First brewed in Vancouver at the original site of the Capilano brewery in the early 1980's,  Rickard's Red is made with a unique blend of three different malted barleys. The result is an unbelievable smooth and delicious red beer with exceptional drinkability.
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    Victoria Bitter

    Victoria Bitter

    • Beer style: Bitter
    • From region: Australia
    Victoria Bitter is one of the many beers manufactured in the Australian state of Victoria. Victoria Bitter held the highest market share of all beer sold in Australia for more than two decades. However in 2012 this mantle passed to the Lion Nathan's Queensland XXXX Gold, In April 2011 VB held 13.7 per cent volume share and XXXX Gold had 11.7 per cent. Just one year on and in April 2012 VB had dropped to 12.3 per cent, while XXXX Gold took the lead with 12.4 per cent. Victoria Bitter is brewed by Carlton & United Beverages, (a subsidiary of Foster's Group, brewers of Fosters Lager) in Melbourne - Victoria. Victoria Bitter was first brewed by renowned Melbourne brewer Thomas C. Moore in the early 1900s. At one time VB sold twice as much as any other full strength beer and was the only Australian beer brand that is in the top 3 sellers in every state. According to Neilsen in 2009 Victoria Bitter was claimed to be Australia's only billion dollar retail beer brand, selling the equivalent of one slab every second. Despite its name, it is technically a fairly standard commercial lager rather than a bitter. Originally available at a strength of 4.9% ABV, Victoria Bitter is now sold at
    7.75
    4 votes
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    7.75
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    Anchor Steam

    Anchor Steam

    • Beer style: California Common Beer
    • Brewery / brand: Anchor Brewing Company
    • From region: San Francisco
    San Francisco's famous Anchor Steam®, the classic of American brewing tradition since 1896, is virtually handmade, with an exceptional respect for the ancient art of brewing. The deep amber color, thick creamy head, and rich flavor all testify to our traditional brewing methods. Anchor Steam is unique, for our brewing process has evolved over many decades and is like no other in the world.

    Anchor Steam derives its unusual name from the 19th century when "steam" seems to have been a nickname for beer brewed on the West Coast of America under primitive conditions and without ice. The brewing methods of those days are a mystery and, although there are many theories, no one can say with certainty why the word "steam" came to be associated with beer. For many decades Anchor alone has used this quaint name for its unique beer. In modern times, "Steam" has become a trademark of Anchor Brewing.
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    Steinlager

    • Beer style: Lager
    Steinlager (sometimes known as Steinlager Classic) is a lager-style beer brewed by Lion Nathan in Newmarket, a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand. It has won several prizes, notably at beer competitions in the United States, and is New Zealand's biggest export beer. In 1957 the New Zealand Minister of Finance, Arnold Nordmeyer threatened to cut international beer imports as part of his "black budget" and challenged New Zealand's brewers to "come up with an international-style lager beer". Lion Nathan produced a beer the following year named Steinecker, named after the company whose equipment the beer was made in. The beer's name was changed in 1962, not in response to a challenge from the Steinecker company, but to distinguish it from Heineken. In 1973 Steinlager was launched in the United States and an American consultant suggested that to become successful the company should change the colour of their bottles to match that of other premium beers. As a result, the original brown bottle colour was changed to green. In 1991, another beer bearing the Steinlager name was introduced. Steinlager Blue was marketed using an advertising campaign featuring The Blues Brothers. The two different
    7.50
    4 votes
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    Lionshead

    Lionshead

    • Beer style: Pilsener
    Lionshead is a pilsner produced by Lion Brewery, Inc. in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. It is made with American malts, corn and hops. It is primarily available in Pennsylvania, though some retailers in other states carry it. Lionshead is available in 12oz cans, 12oz bottles, 1/2 BBL kegs, and 1/6 BBL kegs. Lionshead also has a sister product of Lionshead Light. Lionshead bottle caps display rebus puzzles originally created by the Falstaff Brewing Corporation. The top of the Lionshead cap has a gold lion's paw on a maroon background and the words "claw off" on it. Lionshead has been displayed in several episodes of The Office, including Launch Party and Goodbye, Toby. The show is set in Scranton, which neighbors Wilkes-Barre in real life. Lionshead is typically known for its cheap price and popularity among college students.
    8.67
    3 votes
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    Grolsch

    • Beer style: Lager
    • Brewery / brand: Grolsch Brewery
    • From region: Netherlands
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    6.40
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    Molson Canadian

    Molson Canadian

    • Beer style: Lager
    Canadian truly exemplifies the pride of Canada's young adults and is a reflection of the pride we take as Canadians in brewing world class beer. Starting with crystal clear water, malted barley and the finest hops, Canadian is slowly fermented to produce a smooth, refreshing beer with a genuine taste. Clean and clear, crisp and cold Canadian is a classic lager.
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    5 votes
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    Moortgat Duvel

    Moortgat Duvel

    • Brewery / brand: Moortgat
    • From region: Belgium
    To commemorate the end of World War I, the Moortgats named their main beer Victory Ale. But during the 1920s, an avid drinker described the beer as "nen echten duvel" (a real devil in Brabantian Dutch) - perhaps in reference to its formidable alcohol content (8.5% ABV) - and the name of the beer was changed to Duvel. It has become the brewery's flagship beer. Considered by many the definitive version of the Belgian Strong Golden Ale style, Duvel is brewed with Pilsner malt and white sugar, and hopped with Saaz hops and Styrian Goldings, the yeast still stems from the original culture of Scottish yeast bought by Albert Moortgat during a business tour of the U.K. just after World War I.
    8.33
    3 votes
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    Trebjesa Niksicko Pivo

    Trebjesa Niksicko Pivo

    • Beer style: Pilsner
    • Brewery / brand: Trebjesa brewery
    • From region: Montenegro
    Niksicko beer [ Montenegrin / Serbian: Nikšićko pivo ] dates back to year 1896. It has more than a century of brewing tradition and mastery. Numerous medals won at various competitions worldwide confirm it's undebutable quality of this beer, so it is not odd at all that it is the most favorite beer brand on it's local market. That is why it is recognised as an ideal partner by many consumers, especially while socialising with friends. Niksicko beer is made out of natural ingredients by the top beer artisans.It contains 5% of alchocol and comes from the Pilsner family. It is best to keep it in dark place, between 5 and 15°C, however the optimal serving temperature is between 3 and 5°C. Niksicko beer is manufactured in seven different packgagins which include glass bottles, cans, q-packs and kegs. Niksicko beer - Always among friends.
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    7.00
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    Hite

    Hite

    • Beer style: Lager
    Hite Brewery Company Limited ( /ˈhaɪt/; hangul:하이트맥주, KRX: 000080) is a South Korean brewery company headquartered in Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul. Its main products are beer, rice wine, and mineral water. The company was established as Chosun Breweries in 1933. In 2001 the company had three factories, and in 2002 its share of the domestic beer market was some 55%, up from 30% in 1992. In 2006, the company acquired Jinro, a popular soju company in Korea. The company sponsors a Starcraft professional team named Hite Entus. On May 4, 2011, it was announced that the contract between Hite and Entus had expired, and was not renewed. The team announced their return to the name "CJ Entus".
    7.00
    4 votes
    54
    Rickard's White

    Rickard's White

    • Beer style: Belgian
    • Brewery / brand: Molson Coors Brewing Company
    • From region: Canada
    A genuine Belgian-style wheat ale, White holds a depth of flavour. It's brewed with wheat and oats, and is unfiltered to present a natural cloudy appearance. Mild hints of ground coriander with dried orange peel mingle for a light spiciness that ends with a refreshing, smooth finish. (/via http://www.rickards.ca/ourbeer/white/index.aspx)
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    6 votes
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    Blackberry Lambic

    • Beer style: Fruit Lambic
    • Brewery / brand: Storm Brewing
    • From region: Vancouver
    These authentic Belgian-style ales are intensely sour, dry and complex. All three of the lambics - Raspberry, Blackberry and Black Cherry - are aged in oak casks for more than one year. 15 kg, give or take, of whole unpasteurized fruit is added to each 200 litre oak barrel of fermented beer. The naturally occurring wild yeasts cause a second, slow fermentation, breaking down the fruit sugars to total dryness.
    6.75
    4 votes
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    6.75
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    Hurricane I.P.A.

    • Beer style: India Pale Ale
    • Brewery / brand: Storm Brewing
    • From region: Vancouver
    India Pale Ale dates back to the 1700’s when Britain needed a hearty beer to ship to her troops in India. Because the ships had to cross the equator twice to get there, spoilage was a major problem until some clever brewer realized that both alcohol and hops are natural preservatives. James brews Hurricane I.P.A. in this tradition, and packs it with enough hops and alcohol to survive crossing the orbit of Mercury twice. The grist is 100% Gambrinus premium 2-row barley malt, copiously hopped with fresh Centennial and Willamette. The result is a rich, golden, intense beer with bitterness in perfect balance with residual sweetness.
    6.75
    4 votes
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    Baltic Beer Company Ltd

    • Brewery / brand: Viru Beer
    The name of the company was changed from Brand Independence Ltd to Baltic Beer Company Ltd on the 07 September 2009.
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    Bards Tale

    • Beer style: gluten free
    • From region: United States of America
    Bard’s Beer is not only America’s first craft-brewed gluten-free beer, it’s also the only beer that’s brewed with 100% malted gluten-free sorghum.
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    Foster's Lager

    • Beer style: Pale lager
    • Brewery / brand: Foster's Group
    • From region: Australia
    Foster's Lager is an internationally distributed Australian brand of 5.2% abv pale lager. It is a product of Foster's Group brewed under licence in several countries, including the U.S. and Russia. The European rights to the beer are owned by Heineken International, who brew and distribute a 4% ABV Foster's in most European countries, including the United Kingdom, Greece, France, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Finland, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine and Ireland. In the United States and India, rights to the brand are owned by SABMiller. In Canada, Foster's is brewed by Molson Canada under licence from Foster's Brewing International. Foster's brand is also used on several other beers, including Foster's Premium Ale, and Fosters ESB (Extra Special Bitter) which has been discontinued. In recent years, Foster's has consistently sold in the region of 5 million hectolitres each year in the UK, making it the best selling beer after Carling. While international marketing of the beer often focuses on its Australian connections, Foster's does not enjoy widespread popularity in Australia. Foster's Lager has been imported into the UK from Australia in its 16 oz distinctive blue, white and gold
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    1 votes
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    Hasque

    Hasque

    • Brewery / brand: Boelens
    • From region: Belgium
    To celebrate their 55th birthday, the scout group G. De Hasque from Kluisbergen, Belgium let brewery Boelens brew their own beer. The result is a blonde beer with refermentation on the bottle, based on Bieken, Boelens most succesful beer.
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    Pilsner Urquell

    Pilsner Urquell

    • Brewery / brand: Urquell
    • From region: Czech Republic
    Plzeňský Prazdroj (IPA: [ˈpl̩.zɛɲskiː ˈprazdroj], Original Source of Pilsner), known better by its German name Pilsner Urquell (IPA: [ˈpɪlznɐ ˈʔuːɐ̯ˌkvɛl]), is a bottom-fermented beer produced since 1842 in Pilsen, part of today's Czech Republic. Pilsner Urquell was the first pilsner beer in the world. Today it is a prominent brand of the global brewing empire SABMiller. Pilsner Urquell is more strongly hopped than most pilsner beers. Saaz hops, a noble hop variety, are a key element in its flavour profile, as are the use of soft water and fire-brewing. It is available in a 330 ml, as well as 12oz {355ml}, and a 500ml (half litre) in both aluminium cans and green bottles. Almost all draft Pilsner Urquell available throughout the world is served via keg dispense under carbon dioxide pressure, and has been since the 1960s. However, small quantities of the beer in cask conditioned form, dispensed from wooden casks are sometimes made available in the Czech Republic and have also been seen in the United Kingdom during 2012. The cask version of Pilsner Urquell is unpasteurised, unfiltered and naturally conditioned with no added CO2, and is far closer in character to the way the beer
    10.00
    1 votes
    80
    6.50
    4 votes
    82
    8.50
    2 votes
    83
    8.50
    2 votes
    84

    Tooheys New

    • Beer style: Lager
    • Brewery / brand: Tooheys
    • From region: Australia
    Tooheys New is a standard Australian lager and the most popular of the Tooheys' beers owned by the New Zealand Lion Nathan beverages company. It can be found on tap at almost any bar in New South Wales, it is currently gaining poularity in Queensland, although it is not so common in other states. It was first brewed in 1930. It was marketed in cans and bottles as Tooheys Draught, however this was changed to Tooheys New in 1998 for consistency. Currently Tooheys New is official sponsor of the New South Wales Rugby Union's club competition (the Tooheys New Cup), is the official beer of the Wallabies and sponsors the Melbourne Cup. Through 2006, it was also naming sponsor of the Australian section of the Super 14 Rugby Competition, but was replaced by Investec Bank after their sponsorship contract expired. In the mid 1970s the beer was successfully promoted with a jingle 'I feel like a Tooheys or two', one of the more successful campaigns in Australian advertising. The jingle's ubiquitous presence registered such that when school children were tested and asked to complete the following: ‘I feel like…’ For the vast majority there was only one right answer: ‘A Tooheys’.. The jingle also
    8.50
    2 votes
    86
    Beagle

    Beagle

    • From region: Tierra del Fuego
    Beagle Beer is an Argentinean beer brewed in Ushuaia by Cervecerᅢᆳa Fueguina, the pioneering brewery in Tierra del Fuego established in June, 2003. It is named after the famous ship HMS ''Beagle'' that passed through the area in 1831 during the voyage of the ''Beagle'' with Charles Darwin on board.There are three styles of Beagle Beer: Fuegian Ale (5,8% v/v), India Pale Ale (6,6% v/v) and Fuegian Stout (7,8% v/v). They are all made from high gravity worts, moderate addition of Patagonian hops, vigorous fermentation with ale yeasts, and natural in-bottle conditioning with cane sugar. This process yields some common features to all three styles: strong body, complex flavours and aromas, long lasting after-taste, and consistent head.
    7.33
    3 votes
    88
    7.33
    3 votes
    89
    7.33
    3 votes
    91
    6.25
    4 votes
    92
    6.25
    4 votes
    93
    7.00
    3 votes
    95
    Lagunitas Dogtown Pale Ale

    Lagunitas Dogtown Pale Ale

    • Beer style: Pale ale
    • Brewery / brand: Lagunitas Brewing Company
    • From region: United States of America
    Lagunitas Dogtown Pale Ale is a pale ale produced by the Lagunitas Brewing Company.
    7.00
    3 votes
    96
    Lagunitas Imperial Stout

    Lagunitas Imperial Stout

    • Beer style: Imperial stout
    • Brewery / brand: Lagunitas Brewing Company
    Lagunitas Imperial Stout is a stout beer produced by the Lagunitas Brewing Company.
    7.00
    3 votes
    97
    Pauwel Kwak

    Pauwel Kwak

    • Beer style: Dubbel
    • Brewery / brand: Brewery Bosteels
    • From region: Belgium
    Bosteels Brewery is a beer brewery in Buggenhout, Belgium. The brewery was founded in 1791 and is still owned and operated by the same family, now its seventh generation. They brew three beers: Tripel Karmeliet, DeuS, and Pauwel Kwak. Tripel Karmeliet is brewed using three types of grain: wheat, oats and barley. DeuS, or Brut des Flandres, is a Bière de Champagne with 11.5% ABV served in 75cl bottles. During the brewing process, it is fermented over a month with two yeasts, re-fermented near Épernay in Champagne, France, and then bottled, after which it is left in a cellar for 9 months and rotated for a week, and then the yeast removed. The process of the second fermentation and storage is also referred to as the "Methode Champagnoise" or "Methode Traditionelle". Pauwel Kwak is an amber ale brewed since the 1980s with 8.4% ABV. Supposedly it is named after an 18th century innkeeper and brewer, Pauwel Kwak. The beer is filtered before packaging in bottles and kegs. As with other Belgian beers, Kwak has a branded glass with its own distinctive shape. It is held upright in a wooden stand; the brewery claims the glass was designed by the innkeeper Pauwel Kwak in the early 19th century
    7.00
    3 votes
    98
    Serramalte

    Serramalte

    • Beer style: Standard American Lager
    • Brewery / brand: AmBev
    Serramalte is a brazilian beer. Standard American Lager style and with 5,5% alcohol by volume.
    7.00
    3 votes
    99
    7.00
    3 votes
    101
    7.00
    3 votes
    102

    1612er Zwickelbier

    1612er Zwickelbier, is a Zwickel (Or Zwickl) beer made in the same tradition as Kellerbiers: unfiltered, served straight from the cask or conditioning tank, and naturally cloudy in the glass. 1612er Zwickelbier has an alcohol content of 5.3% abv and was first brewed by Hofbräuhaus Traunstein in 1612, when the Bavarian Duke Maximilian I founded a brewery solely for producing Weissbier. Today however, the brewery range also includes a Pilsner and a Dunkel. Hops for 1612er Zwickelbier come from the brewery's own farm in the Hallertau area, whereas the malt is sourced locally. 1612er is currently only available in the brewery's restaurants and beer halls.
    6.00
    4 votes
    103
    8.00
    2 votes
    104
    Bishops Finger

    Bishops Finger

    • Brewery / brand: Shepherd Neame
    • From region: United Kingdom
    Bishops Finger is a beer brewed by Shepherd Neame, Britain's oldest brewery, in Faversham, Kent. Shepherd Neame is a family owned brewery which produces a range of cask ales and filtered beer. Production is around 200,000 barrels a year. They own over 350 pubs mainly in the south east of England and London. Full-bodied with complex fruit flavours, Bishops Finger is a strong premium cask-conditioned ale brewed to a traditional Kentish recipe. What's behind the name? A Bishops Finger is an unusual finger-shaped signpost still found in Kent, which once pointed pilgrims on their way to Canterbury. Bishops Finger is exported in bottles to more than 30 countries worldwide.
    8.00
    2 votes
    105
    8.00
    2 votes
    106
    Coopers Brewery Original Pale Ale

    Coopers Brewery Original Pale Ale

    • Beer style: Pale ale
    • Brewery / brand: Coopers Brewery
    • From region: Australia
    This beer is brewed in South Australia, and is unique due to its top fermentation and bottle conditioning. This gives the beer a cloudy appearance, due to the yeast residue remaining in the bottle.
    8.00
    2 votes
    107
    8.00
    2 votes
    108
    8.00
    2 votes
    109
    8.00
    2 votes
    110
    Lagunitas IPA India Pale Ale

    Lagunitas IPA India Pale Ale

    • Beer style: India Pale Ale
    • Brewery / brand: Lagunitas Brewing Company
    • From region: United States of America
    Lagunitas IPA India Pale Ale is a beer produced by the Lagunitas Brewing Company.
    8.00
    2 votes
    111
    8.00
    2 votes
    112

    Alaskan Pale

    • Beer style: Golden ale
    • Brewery / brand: Alaskan Brewing Company
    • From region: United States of America
    9.00
    1 votes
    113
    9.00
    1 votes
    114
    9.00
    1 votes
    115
    9.00
    1 votes
    116

    Tooheys Old

    • Brewery / brand: Tooheys
    • From region: Australia
    Tooheys Old is a dark ale type of beer produced in Australia by Tooheys. It has been brewed since 1869 and Tooheys began bottling it in 1970. It has 4.4% alcohol per volume. It is on tap in many bars in New South Wales, Australian Capital Territory, South Australia and Queensland. It is made with top fermentation ale yeast, lightly hopped with black malt giving it a very dark, almost blackish, colour. At the pub, it is commonly ordered as Black. The beer was formerly known as Tooheys Hunter Old Ale. It is one of the only two Australian mass-produced beers to earn a mention in The Great Beer Guide (ISBN 0-7894-5156-5) along with Dogbolter.
    9.00
    1 votes
    117
    6.67
    3 votes
    118
    Moritz

    Moritz

    • From region: Catalunya
    L'el·laboració de Moritz es fa mitjançant la cocció de maltes pàl·lides amb aigua del brollador de Font d'Or que té Vichy Catalán al massís del Montseny-Guilleries, i que li confereix la seva delicadesa.
    6.67
    3 votes
    119
    6.67
    3 votes
    120
    5.75
    4 votes
    121
    7.50
    2 votes
    122
    Cerpa

    Cerpa

    • Beer style: Premium American Lager
    Cerpa, or Cerpa Export, is a medium-bodied Brazilian beer produced in Belém do Pará in northern Brazil. It has an estimated 40% of the local market and is exported throughout Brazil.
    7.50
    2 votes
    123
    7.50
    2 votes
    124
    7.50
    2 votes
    127
    Natural Light

    Natural Light

    • Brewery / brand: Anheuser-Busch
    Natural Light is a reduced-calorie light pilsner brewed by Anheuser-Busch since its introduction on July 31, 1977. Its ingredients are listed as water, barley malt, cereal grains, yeast, and hops. The nutritional facts of one 12 ounce can is 95 calories, 3.2 grams of carbohydrates, 0.7 grams of protein, and 4.2% alcohol by volume. The magazine Consumer Reports in 2001 published a review of many beers in which Natural Light was ranked as the number two light beer and additionally characterized as one of the "best buys." Additionally, in 2008, Natural Light received a Bronze Medal in the World Beer Cup in the American Style Light-Lager category, and The Wall Street Journal lists it as the fifth largest selling beer in the U.S. In contrast, Natural Light currently maintains an aggregate score of D- on notable beer rating site BeerAdvocate.com, while being listed as the third worst beer in the world by RateBeer.com.
    7.50
    2 votes
    128
    7.50
    2 votes
    130

    Tooheys Pils

    • Brewery / brand: Tooheys
    Tooheys Pils is an Australian pilsner produced by Tooheys. Originally brewed with Saaz hops, however due to production and supply issues is now brewed with Hallertau hops from Bavaria, Germany and is described as a light, refreshing beer with a crisp, hoppy finish without a lingering aftertaste. It was launched in November 1998. As of June 2008, Tooheys have decided to lessen the alcohol content to 4.5% and give the bottle a more appealing look. This has angered loyal Tooheys Pils consumers.
    7.50
    2 votes
    131
    7.50
    2 votes
    132
    5.50
    4 votes
    133

    Highland Scottish Ale

    • Beer style: Scottish and Irish Ale
    • Brewery / brand: Storm Brewing
    • From region: Canada
    While hugely popular in Scotland, this style of beer escapes most North Americans. Designed and brewed by the Scottish punk rocker David “Malty” Macanulty, this creamy, nutty, malty, dark ale is true to its origins. David drives James crazy over this beer, insisting on rigid fermentation temperatures, traditional mild hops for bittering, and even some weird caramelizing ritual as the kettle is being filled. The beer continues to undergo subtle evolutionary changes because the stubborn Scottish bastard will never be satisfied.
    5.50
    4 votes
    134

    Tesguino

    • From region: Sierra Madre Occidental
    Tesgüino is a corn beer made by the Tarahumara Indians of Sierra Madre in Mexico. The Tarahumara regard the beer as sacred, and it forms a significant part of their society. Anthropologist John Kennedy reports that "the average Tarahumara spends at least 100 days per year directly concerned with tesgüino and much of this time under its influence or aftereffects.". The general Tarahumara term for an alcoholic beverage is "Sugíki"; "batári" is used when the beer is specifically made from corn or lichen flour; "paciki" is used when the beer is made from fresh corn stalks. While tesgüino made from corn is considered the most sacred, the Tarahumara also make beer from agave and wheat, as well as other alcoholic beverages made from fruits such as peaches, berries, crab apples, cactus fruits, and Mesquite seeds. The beer is made from corn kernels which are soaked, then ground up, boiled and left to ferment naturally with wild yeast. A local grass is used in place of hops for flavouring.
    5.50
    4 votes
    135
    6.33
    3 votes
    136

    Carling

    • Brewery / brand: Carling
    Carling brands are currently owned by the Molson Coors Brewing Company. In South Africa it is distributed by SABMiller. The history of Carling dates back to 1818, when Thomas Carling, a farmer from the British county of Yorkshire, took his family to eastern Canada, settling at what is now the city of London, Ontario. During his first year there Carling cleared a small area of land. He called on his neighbours, Richard Walden, to help at a "stumping bee", a cooperative effort in which each man brought his own oxen and tools and the land was cleared of tree stumps. All the neighbours asked in return was food and refreshment. Thomas Carling's refreshment, a home-brewed ale, was of such quality that soon he was brewing it for other stumping bees. It grew so popular that he abandoned farming for full-time brewing. The first Carling brewery was a modest affair – two kettles, a horse to turn the grinding mill and six men to work on the mash tubs. Carling was his own sales and shipping department. He started by selling his beer on the streets of London, Ontario from a wheelbarrow. In 1840 Carling began a small brewing operation in London, Ontario, Canada, selling beer to soldiers at the
    6.33
    3 votes
    137
    6.33
    3 votes
    139
    Budweiser

    Budweiser

    • Beer style: Pale lager
    • Brewery / brand: Anheuser-Busch
    • From region: United States of America
    Budweiser ( /ˈbʌdwaɪzər/) is a 5% abv American-style lager produced by the Belgian-Brazilian beer conglomerate Anheuser–Busch InBev, introduced in 1876 by Adolphus Busch and one of the highest selling beers in the United States. It is made with up to 30% rice in addition to hops and barley malt. Budweiser is produced in various breweries located around the world. It is a filtered beer available in draught and packaged forms. Adolphus Busch left Germany for the United States in 1857. He settled in St. Louis, Missouri, where he eventually established his own brewing supply house. In St. Louis, Busch also met and married a woman named Lilly Anheuser. Lilly’s father, Eberhard Anheuser, owned a small brewery that had been yielding lager beer for some time. In 1864, Busch partnered with his father in-law to form what would eventually become the Anheuser-Busch Company. Busch traveled extensively throughout Europe in order to observe and study the latest brewing techniques. In the 1870s, Anheuser-Busch became the first American brewery to implement pasteurization, which greatly improved the shelf-life and transportability of its beers. In the mid-1800s, most Americans preferred robust,
    8.00
    1 votes
    140

    Corona

    • Brewery / brand: Grupo Modelo
    • From region: Mexico
    Corona Extra, better known as Corona and labeled as Coronita in Spain and Hungary, is a brand of pale lager owned and produced by Cervecería Modelo at a number of breweries in Mexico. It is one of the best-selling beers in Mexico and is one of the top-selling beers worldwide. Corona beer is available in over 170 countries. In the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom, Corona is commonly served with a wedge of citrus fruit, usually lime or sometimes lemon, inserted into the neck of the bottle, adding tartness and flavor. In the United States, Corona Extra is the top selling imported beer. According to Sinebrychoff, a Finnish company owned by the Carlsberg Group, Corona Extra contains barley malt, rice and/or corn, hops, yeast, antioxidants (ascorbic acid E300), and propylene glycol alginate E405 to act as a stabiliser. Corona beer is available in a variety of bottled presentations, ranging from the 190 ml (6.4 U.S. fl oz; 6.7 imp fl oz) ampolleta (labeled Coronita and just referred as the cuartito) up to the 940 ml (31.8 U.S. fl oz; 33.1 imp fl oz) Corona Familiar (known as the familiar, Litro or Mega). A draught version also exists,
    8.00
    1 votes
    142
    8.00
    1 votes
    143
    Miller Lite

    Miller Lite

    • Beer style: Lite American Lager
    • Brewery / brand: Miller Brewing
    Miller Lite is a 4.2% abv pale lager brand sold by MillerCoors of Chicago, Illinois, United States. The company also produces Miller Genuine Draft and Miller High Life. Miller Lite was essentially the first mainstream light beer. After its first inception as "Gablinger's Diet Beer," developed in 1967 by Joseph L. Owades, a biochemist working for New York's Rheingold Brewery, the recipe was given (by the inventor of the light beer process) to one of Miller's competing breweries, Chicago's Meister Brau, which came out with the Meister Brau "Lite" brand in the late 1960s. When Miller acquired Meister Brau's labels the recipe was reformulated and relaunched as "Lite Beer from Miller" (which was its official name until the mid 80s) in the test markets of Springfield, IL, Knoxville, TN and San Diego, CA in 1973, and heavily marketed using masculine pro sports players and other macho figures of the day in an effort to sell to the key beer-drinking male demographic. Miller's approach worked where the two previous light beers had failed, and Miller's early production totals of 12.8 million barrels quickly increased to 24.2 million barrels by 1977 as Miller rose to 2nd place in the American
    8.00
    1 votes
    144

    Olde English 800

    • Beer style: Malt liquor
    • Brewery / brand: Miller Brewing
    Olde English 800 is a brand of American malt liquor produced by the Miller Brewing Company. It was introduced in 1964 and owned by Miller Brewing Company since 1999. It is available in a variety of serving sizes including, since the late 1980s, a forty ounce (1.183-litre) bottle. Olde English 800 was introduced in 1964. In August 1989, when the brand was owned by Pabst Brewing Company and targeted by the brewer towards the "urban contemporary market", a coalition of "22 public interest groups involved in minority issues" criticized the marketing of Olde English — which as a malt liquor has a high alcohol content in comparison with most beers — for what they characterized as an "emphasis on black and Hispanic consumers." According to The New York Times, the "40-ounce bottle, introduced in the late 1980s with aggressive marketing campaigns aimed at minority drinkers" was by 1993 "fast becoming the intoxicant of choice for black and Hispanic youths in New York and other American cities"; popular culture evidence cited by the paper included the chart popularity of the song "Tap the Bottle" — a song released in November 1992 and "celebrating the consumption of 40-ounce malt liquor" and
    8.00
    1 votes
    145
    Roscoe's Hop House

    Roscoe's Hop House

    • Beer style: Pale ale
    Harkening back to old world brewing styles, Roscoe’s Hop House uses the highest quality malts and hops to bring forth this smooth, bright-flavored Pale Ale. With a nod to the past, this nicely balanced, true ale is brewed using traditional brewing methods for a unique flavor profile. The password to our best kept secret is found inside the bottle.
    8.00
    1 votes
    146
    8.00
    1 votes
    147
    8.00
    1 votes
    149
    7.00
    2 votes
    150
    7.00
    2 votes
    151
    7.00
    2 votes
    152
    7.00
    2 votes
    153
    7.00
    2 votes
    154

    Precipitation Pilsner

    • Beer style: Pilsener
    • Brewery / brand: Storm Brewing
    • From region: Canada
    A true North German Style Pilsner. Light in body and packed full of Czech Saaz hops. The distinctive Pilsner aroma and dry, refreshing taste make a great accompaniment to a hot Vancouver day.
    7.00
    2 votes
    155
    7.00
    2 votes
    156
    7.00
    2 votes
    157
    7.00
    2 votes
    158
    Tusker

    Tusker

    • Brewery / brand: East African Breweries
    Tusker is a beer brand owned by East African Breweries, with over 700,000 hectolitres being sold in Kenya per year. It is also the largest African beer brand in the Diageo group. It is a 4.2% ABV pale lager. The beer's slogan "Bia yangu, Nchi yangu" means "My beer, My country" in Swahili. In 1922, Kenya Breweries (now East African Breweries) was formally incorporated as a private limited company. The company's first beer was brewed on 15 December 1922, with its first batch delivered to the Stanley Hotel where it was met with mixed reactions. The beer, originally from Kenya, shifted through to Tanzania and other East African countries and soon began to be exported. The company's first annual general meeting was held in 1923. George Hurst, the company's founder, was killed in an elephant hunting accident and in his memory, his brother Charles decided to name the first beer brewed "Tusker". In 1929, the company's board moved to use malted barley in the beer's production instead of using imported malt extracts, significantly improving its taste and colour and saving the company at least £780 (approx. US$1,240 or €985) per year. In 2012, that is approximately £35,400 (approx. US$56,220
    7.00
    2 votes
    159
    6.00
    3 votes
    160
    6.00
    3 votes
    161

    Early Bird Spring Hop Ale

    Early Bird Spring Hop is a beer brewed by Shepherd Neame, Britain's oldest brewery, in Faversham, Kent. Shepherd Neame is a family owned brewery which produces a range of cask ales and filtered beer. Production is around 200,000 barrels a year. They own over 350 pubs mainly in the south east of England and London. Early Bird Spring Hop Ale is brewed with the Early Bird single hop variety - hence the name! This light gold beer is full-bodied, distinctive and refreshing as a spring day, with a malty undertone. Available February to May inclusive.
    6.00
    3 votes
    162
    KEO

    KEO

    • Beer style: Pilsener
    KEO is a Cypriot beer. It is a light straw-colored lager with a thick head, and is sometimes compared to a pilsner in taste. The beer is brewed in Limassol, in Cyprus. The beer won the 1987 brewing industry world bottled lager competition Gold Medal. In 2010, KEO held a 32.4% share of the island's beer market. Currently, its ingredients include malted barley, maize, and hops, but maize is a new addition. In 2010 the appearance of the beer in a pornographic American film sparked a reaction by the largest shareholder in the company, the Orthodox Church of Cyprus. Official site
    6.00
    3 votes
    163
    5.67
    3 votes
    164
    5.67
    3 votes
    165
    Lagunitas Censored Ale

    Lagunitas Censored Ale

    • Beer style: Red Beer
    • Brewery / brand: Lagunitas Brewing Company
    Lagunitas Censored Ale is a copper colored beer produced by the Lagunitas Brewing Company.
    5.67
    3 votes
    166
    Bia hơi

    Bia hơi

    Bia hơi, (hơi means gas, bia is from French bière, "beer"), is a type of draft beer popular in Vietnam. Bia hơi is available throughout Vietnam. It is mostly to be found in small bars and on street corners. The beer is brewed daily and each bar gets a fresh batch delivered every day in plastic jugs. It is a very light (~3% alcohol) refreshing lager at a fraction of the cost of draft or bottled beer in the Western-style bars. Bia hơi production is informal and not monitored by any health agency. It is typically priced in the region of 5000vnd which is equivalent to 24 US cents per 12oz bottle, making it a fraction of the price of any western beer.
    6.50
    2 votes
    167
    6.50
    2 votes
    168
    Ciucaş

    Ciucaş

    • Brewery / brand: Ursus
    In 1892, Ciucas' original recepy was born. Ciucas Beer was named after the mountain from where beer's main ingredient, pure mountain spring water, flows. In 1993, Ciucas Beer was present to his first Beer Festival, organized by Aurora Breweries. In 2004, the brand was integrated in Ursus Breweries' portofolio. In April 2005, Ciucas Beer goes national. The new Ciucas 2009 was an important year for Ciucas - Ursus Breweries invested a lot of money in the promotion of this brand.
    6.50
    2 votes
    169
    Colt 45

    Colt 45

    • Beer style: Malt liquor
    Colt 45 is a brand of malt liquor introduced by National Brewing Company in the spring of 1963. Through a series of mergers and acquisitions, the National Brewing Company and its brands (including Colt 45) are today owned by the Pabst Brewing Company. Colt 45 is available today in a multitude of packages and sizes. Cans are available in 12, 16 and 24 ounce packages and bottles are available in 7, 12, 16, 18, 22, 32 and 40 ounce packages. Cans are available in multi-packs including: 12, 15, 18, 24, 30, 36 packs of 12 ounce cans. National Brewing Company introduced Colt 45 in 1963. Previously, the only major national brand of malt liquor was Country Club. The label was designed with a kicking horse and horseshoe, a subtle reference to its "extra kick" compared to competing brands. Listed on the Pabst website as a "Fun Fact", Colt 45 was named after running back #45 Jerry Hill of the 1963 Baltimore Colts and not the pistol or the revolver. The label has a long-time advertising association with actor Billy Dee Williams, who has been seen in print ads, on billboards and in television ads for Colt 45 starting in the 1980s. The product's slogan during that era, as stated by Williams in
    6.50
    2 votes
    171
    Devassa

    Devassa

    Uma cerveja que se autoproclama Devassa deve ser no mínimo autêntica. Porque assume tudo o que as outras cervejas gostariam de ser, mas morrem de vergonha. Devassa é bem alegre, tem aquele astral que atrai coisas boas, pessoas interessantes e papos divertidos. Pedir uma Devassa tem a dose certa de segundas intenções.
    6.50
    2 votes
    174
    6.50
    2 votes
    175
    7.00
    1 votes
    176
    7.00
    1 votes
    177

    Heineken Premium Light

    Heineken Premium Light is a light beer brewed by Heineken for the United States market. It was introduced in 2005. Heineken light reportedly has: 99 calories per 12 oz. bottle and 6.8 grams of carbohydrates. The beer has fewer calories, fewer carbohydrates, and less alcohol than lager beers such as the Heineken Pilsener. The beer has 3.2% alcohol by volume. Heineken started to develop Heineken Premium Light in 2004. The beer was successfully brought on the market in Phoenix, Dallas, Providence, and Tampa in 2005. On 1 March 2006 Heineken Premium Light was launched in all the states of the USA. With 68 million litres of Heineken Premium Light in 2006, the first year exceeded the estimated 40 million litres. For 2007, the estimates are over 100 million litres. Heineken mentioned in the 2006 annual report: "The launch of this first true brand extension was the most important innovation in the actual beer since the Heineken brand was born in 1873."
    7.00
    1 votes
    178
    7.00
    1 votes
    179
    7.00
    1 votes
    180
    7.00
    1 votes
    181
    5.33
    3 votes
    183

    Big Wave Golden Ale

    • Brewery / brand: Kona Brewing Company
    Big Wave is a light golden ale with a subtle fruitiness and delicate hop aroma.
    6.00
    2 votes
    184
    6.00
    2 votes
    185
    Goldstar beer

    Goldstar beer

    Goldstar is an Israel beer that has been brewed in Israel since the 1950s.It is defined as a Munich-style dark lager beer. It is produced in a traditional way from fine European malt which gives it the deep and rich taste. Goldstar contains 4.9% alcohol. Goldstar is brewed by Tempo Beer Industries Ltd. in Kiryat Nordau, Netanya. In January 2007, Tempo Beer Industries Ltd. began production of "Goldstar Light" brandin an attempt to appeal to a wider consumer spectrum. It launched a commercial starring Moshe Datz, from famous Israeli duet Duo Datz. "Goldstar Light" contains 29 cal. and 4% alc. per 100 ml.The beer is certified kosher by the Chief Rabbinate of Netanya, Israel.
    6.00
    2 votes
    186

    Licher Pilsner

    • Brewery / brand: Licher Privatbrauerei
    • From region: Germany
    The Licher Privatbrauerei Ihring-Melchior GmbH is a brewery in Lich, Germany. With 250 employees, the brewery is currently the largest private brewery located in Lich. "Licher Beer" has been market leader since 1988 in Hessen and is known to be one of the top 20 beers in the German beermarket.
    6.00
    2 votes
    187
    Pabst Blue Ribbon

    Pabst Blue Ribbon

    • Beer style: Standard American Lager
    Pabst Blue Ribbon (PBR) is a brand of beer sold by Pabst Brewing Company, originally established in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but now based in Los Angeles. Pabst Blue Ribbon is contract-brewed in six different breweries around the U.S. in facilities owned by Miller Brewing Company (a few of which were actually Pabst breweries at one time). Originally called Best Select, and then Pabst Select, the current name came from the blue ribbons that were tied around the bottle neck, a practice that ran from 1882 until 1916. The company has historically claimed its flagship beer was renamed Pabst Blue Ribbon following its win as "America’s Best" at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. Whether the brand actually won an award in 1893 is unclear. Some contemporaneous accounts indicate that many vendors were frustrated by the fair's refusal to award such prizes. One account says that the only prizes awarded by the executive committee were bronze medals, in recognition of "some independent and essential excellence in the article displayed," rather than "merely to indicate the relative merits of competing exhibits." Sales of Pabst peaked in 1977, when they reached 18 million barrels;
    6.00
    2 votes
    188

    Raspberry Lambic

    • Beer style: Fruit Lambic
    • Brewery / brand: Storm Brewing
    • From region: Vancouver
    These authentic Belgian-style ales are intensely sour, dry and complex. All three of the lambics - Raspberry, Blackberry and Black Cherry - are aged in oak casks for more than one year. 15 kg, give or take, of whole unpasteurized fruit is added to each 200 litre oak barrel of fermented beer. The naturally occurring wild yeasts cause a second, slow fermentation, breaking down the fruit sugars to total dryness.
    6.00
    2 votes
    189
    Ghisa

    Ghisa

    • Beer style: Stout
    • Brewery / brand: Birrificio Lambrate
    • From region: Italy
    A stout with an intense smokey flavor. Certainly the Birrificio’s most original and the only one of its kind in Italy: love it or loath it.
    5.50
    2 votes
    190
    5.50
    2 votes
    191
    Paulistânia

    Paulistânia

    • Beer style: Premium American Lager
    • From region: São Paulo
    A nova cerveja nacional puro malte, idealizada pela Bier & Wein Importadora - pioneira em cervejas especiais no Brasil. Elaborada com matérias primas nobres, é uma cerveja aromática, encorpada, com balanceado amargor e ricas notas de malte.
    5.50
    2 votes
    192
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    6.00
    1 votes
    195
    Blue Moon

    Blue Moon

    • Brewery / brand: Blue Moon Brewing Company
    Blue Moon Belgian White, a Belgian-style witbier brewed by Blue Moon Brewing Co. originally in Golden, Colorado, was launched in 1995. Blue Moon Brewing Co. is a part of Tenth and Blake Beer Company, the craft and import division of Chicago-based MillerCoors. In Canada, Blue Moon Belgian White is marketed as the beer Rickard's White and is brewed in Montreal, Quebec. Originally called Bellyslide Belgian White, it was created by Keith Villa, a brewer at Coors Field's Sandlot Brewery (the onsite brewery owned by the Molson Coors Brewing Company). Blue Moon from the Montreal site is also sold in the USA and imported to europe , The beer is orange-amber in color with a cloudy appearance because it is unfiltered. Blue Moon has a more pronounced orange flavor than many other beers of the style, and also has a slightly sweet flavor. The grain bill for Blue Moon includes malted barley, white wheat, and oats. Some weiss and hefeweizen beers are commonly served with a slice of lemon in North America. Blue Moon is traditionally served with a slice of orange, which its brew masters claim accentuates the flavor of the brew. Keith Villa admitted the orange slice garnish was mostly for
    6.00
    1 votes
    196
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    198
    Don de Dieu

    Don de Dieu

    • Brewery / brand: Unibroue
    Don de Dieu is a wheat ale which is refermented in the bottle, brewed in the Belgian Strong Pale Ale style. It is brewed by Unibroue from Quebec. The beer and label were inspired by the explorer Samuel de Champlain de Brouage and his ship the Don de Dieu ("Gift of God"). Don de Dieu has won four gold medals from the Beverage Testing Institute since its introduction in 1998.
    6.00
    1 votes
    199
    6.00
    1 votes
    200

    Fucking Hell

    • Beer style: Pale ale
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    6.00
    1 votes
    201
    La Fin du Monde

    La Fin du Monde

    • Brewery / brand: Unibroue
    La Fin du Monde (French for "The End of the World") is a Belgian style tripel, bottle conditioned golden ale introduced in July 1994 and produced by Unibroue of Chambly, Quebec. In 2004, Unibroue was purchased by Sleeman Brewery. The name is said to derive from the European explorers' belief that they had reached the end of the world when they discovered America. However, a folk interpretation attributes the name to a marketing agent, who upon being frustrated at not finding a satisfactory name, exclaimed to his discouraged colleagues: it's not the end of the world! La Fin du Monde is the winner of many medals of excellence: 5 platinum, 6 gold, and 1 silver from the Beverage Testing Institute since its introduction in 1994. In 2004 it won the gold medal at the Los Angeles County Fair for Belgian-Style Abbey Ale. The colour is a cloudy blonde with a golden hue. Though similar to Belgian triples in appearance, La Fin du Monde is less bitter and more spicy (featuring coriander and orange peel), more similar to Tripel Karmeliet than standard triples like Chimay and Westmalle. The beer contains a very high (9% ABV) alcohol content. La Fin du Monde features in Unibroue's standard line of
    6.00
    1 votes
    202
    Lagunitas Pils

    Lagunitas Pils

    • Beer style: Pilsener
    • Brewery / brand: Lagunitas Brewing Company
    Lagunitas Pils is a Czech style Pilsner produced by the Lagunitas Brewing Company.
    6.00
    1 votes
    204
    Viru Beer

    Viru Beer

    • Beer style: Pilsener
    • Brewery / brand: Baltic Beer Company Ltd
    • From region: Estonia
    Viru is a 5% pilsner style beer brewed for export in Estonia. It is packaged in a unique octahedral bottle that truly enshrines its character and quality. Brewed using pure deep-well spring water, finest Lithuanian barley and aromatic Saaz hops, Viru is a clean, refreshing lager that delivers consistent maltiness and a light hoppy palate.
    6.00
    1 votes
    205
    4.33
    3 votes
    206
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    2 votes
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    5.00
    2 votes
    209
    Hacker-Pschorr Weisse

    Hacker-Pschorr Weisse

    • Beer style: Wheat beer
    • Brewery / brand: Hacker-Pschorr Brewery
    • From region: Germany
    Hacker-Pschorr Weisse is a centuries-old German wheat beer from Bavaria that offers a refreshing taste that is après anything. The top-fermentation and wheat produce hints of clove giving Hacker-Pschorr Weisse a distinct flavor. Hacker-Pschorr Weisse has a cloudy appearance, characteristic of wheat beer. The cloudy appearance is due to yeast that is retained in the beer.
    4.50
    2 votes
    210
    Sleigh'r Dark Double Alt Ale

    Sleigh'r Dark Double Alt Ale

    • Beer style: Alt
    • Brewery / brand: Ninkasi Brewing
    A delicious northwest seasonal brewed with winter in mind. A dark double alt, malty, nourishing and delicious, it's sure to keep the winter at bay, and yes, Sleigh'r does rock! Established 2009 Starting Gravity: 1068 IBUs: 50 ABV: 7.2% Available: Seasonally on Draft and Bottles
    4.50
    2 votes
    211

    Stella Artois

    Stella Artois ( /ˈstɛlə ɑrˈtwɑː/), informally called Stella, is a 5.2% ABV lager (5% in Australia, 4.8% in the United Kingdom) brewed in Leuven, Belgium since 1926. In the UK, Republic of Ireland, Canada and New Zealand a 4% ABV version is also available. Tax records exist from 1366 for Leuven's Den Horen ("The horn" in Dutch/Flemish) Brewery. In 1708, Sebastianus Artois became the master brewer at Den Horen, and gave his name to the brewery in 1717. In 1926, Stella Artois was launched initially as a seasonal beer especially for the Christmas holiday market. First sold in Canada, it was such a commercial success it became available year round and, apart from the duration of the Second World War, has been produced ever since. The first Stella Artois beer was exported to the European market in 1930. By 1960, about 100 million litres of Stella Artois were being produced annually. InBev opened a new fully automated brewery in Leuven in 1993, and by 2006, total production volume was over a billion litres annually. The current package design and bottle design and shape was created in 1988 by David Taylor, founder of Taylorbrands. The design replaced a 1960s design and is inspired by the
    4.50
    2 votes
    212

    Upper Canada Brewing Company

    • Beer style: Lager
    • From region: Canada
    Upper Canada Brewing Company is a brewery that is currently located in Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Founded by Frank Heaps in Toronto, they started brewing beer in 1984 and grew to become one of the largest independent breweries in Canada. Their location on Atlantic Ave. in Toronto included a "gift shop" that allowed the independent brewer to sell alcohol on Sunday, something that Ontario's licensed outlet store chain, which had a virtual monopoly on beer sales, was not permitted to do at the time. They were acquired by Sleeman Breweries in 1998. Soon afterwards Frank Heaps' son (Cameron) used the profits his dad made from selling Upper Canada Brewing Co. to open another Toronto based brewery, Steam Whistle. As for Upper Canada, its production moved to the more efficient brewing facility in Guelph, and is still, to this day, available for purchase on Sunday, at the Guelph Brewery retail store. There has been somewhat of a revival for the brand in the last couple of years, as it was repositioned as a value-craft beer ("Craft beer without the Premium price"), and sales have skyrocketed. UCBC products are found at most Beer Store outlets in Ontario in 24 pack formats ($29.95), as well as
    4.50
    2 votes
    213

    Black Plague Stout

    • Beer style: Stout
    • Brewery / brand: Storm Brewing
    • From region: Vancouver
    Derives its name from the historical fact that at one time in Europe beer was about the only safe liquid to drink. Black Plague is Irish style dry stout brewed only in fall and winter and only in small batches to ensure the freshness so paramount to such an intensely roasted beer.
    5.00
    1 votes
    214
    5.00
    1 votes
    216
    Lagunitas Maximus

    Lagunitas Maximus

    • Beer style: Imperial IPA
    • Brewery / brand: Lagunitas Brewing Company
    Lagunitas Maximus is an Imperial India Pale Ale produced by the Lagunitas Brewing Company.
    5.00
    1 votes
    217
    5.00
    1 votes
    218

    Picaroon's Irish Red

    • Brewery / brand: Northampton Brewing Co. Ltd
    Picaroon's Irish Red is a beer produced by the Northampton Brewing Co. Ltd (Picaroons) in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
    5.00
    1 votes
    219
    Tooheys Extra Dry

    Tooheys Extra Dry

    • Beer style: Lager
    • Brewery / brand: Tooheys
    • From region: Australia
    Tooheys Extra Dry, commonly referred to as a TED/TEDs (Tooheys Extra Dry), is a crisp-tasting dry style lager owned by the Kirin beverages company part of Lion Nathan National Foods owned by Kirin . It is sold throughout Australia, though only available in bottles (345ml and 696ml) and occasionally cans, until late 2005 when it began to be sold on tap. Tooheys Extra Dry sponsors the Big Day Out and many surfing events around Australia. In May 2006, Tooheys Extra Dry Platinum, a beer with increased alcohol content of 6.5%, was launched, with the first shipment selling out in days. It is sold in 8-packs as opposed to the traditional 6-packs most bottled beers are packaged in. In August 2009, Tooheys launched a cider, 5 Seeds, under the Extra Dry name in response to the growing cider market in Australia. 5 Seeds is a medium cider with tangy apple characteristics in both the aroma and flavour. Tooheys Extra Dry are well known throughout Australia due to their obscure television advertisements which include a walking tongue, fighting whitegoods, a farmer who clones himself, some cool-cats chasing a box of TED's, and nightclubbing deer.
    5.00
    1 votes
    220
    5.00
    1 votes
    222
    Coors Light

    Coors Light

    • Brewery / brand: Coors Brewing Company
    • From region: Colorado
    Coors Light is a light beer produced by the Coors Brewing Company. It was first produced in 1978. The beer has a "Cold Certified" label which turns the mountains on the label from white to blue when the beer's temperature is lowered to 4 degrees Celsius (39 degrees Fahrenheit). In 2008, Coors Light became the official beer of NASCAR, replacing Budweiser. In 2009, a Coors Light koozie depicting scenes from the 2010 Winter Olympics was offered in a limited number of cases that contained 28 bottles instead of 24. Also in 2009, the Hillside Chalet Contest was created. The winner was given a six-night stay in Whistler, British Columbia, during the 2010 Winter Olympics.
    4.00
    2 votes
    223

    Creemore Springs

    • Beer style: Bock
    • From region: Canada
    Creemore Springs is a microbrewery located in Creemore, Ontario, Canada, which first opened in 1987. The brewery is known for not using preservatives during the brew process, or pasteurizing afterwards. Because of this, they recommend perpetual refrigeration. The brewery states that it only uses four ingredients in its brewing process - malted barley, hops, water, and yeast. The brewery uses water exclusively from an artesian well in its brewing process. The water comes from the Creemore Spring located on one of the founder's property. It is trucked from the source to the brewery daily in 10,000 L truckloads; each truckload contains enough water to brew one batch. Their flagship beer, a premium lager, is an American amber/red lager style, much more amber in color than Czech pilsener (which the brewery has said is the inspiration for their beers). Creemore Springs was acquired by Molson on April 22, 2005. They were the second Ontario brewer – after Hockley Valley – to offer their product for sale in cans. In 2009 Creemore Springs applied for planning permission to expand their plant by 60% in order to triple their brewing capacity to 150,000 hL per year. The location of such as
    4.00
    2 votes
    224
    4.00
    1 votes
    225

    Alaskan Stout

    • Beer style: Oatmeal stout
    • Brewery / brand: Alaskan Brewing Company
    • From region: United States of America
    4.00
    1 votes
    227
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    4.00
    1 votes
    231

    Bluemoon

    • Brewery / brand: Bluemoon Distillaries
    • From region: Canada
    Unfiltered wheat ale imported from Canada
    0.00
    0 votes
    232
    0.00
    0 votes
    233
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    0 votes
    234
    0.00
    0 votes
    235
    Delirium Tremens

    Delirium Tremens

    • Brewery / brand: Huyghe Brewery
    • From region: Belgium
    Delirium Tremens is a brand of Belgian golden ale produced by Huyghe Brewery in Melle. Delirium Tremens was launched on 26 December 1989. The beer uses three different yeasts and is packaged in a bottle that is painted to resemble cologne ceramics. The label exemplifies different phases of the production of "Delirium Tremens" and that the "Pink Elephant" was up and ready to conquer the world. In 1992, the "Confrerie van de Roze Olifant" (Brotherhood of the Pink Elephant) was founded to promote Delirium Tremens and other beers of Melle. Delirium Tremens was named as "Best Beer in the World" in 2008 at the World Beer Championships in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Stuart Kallen gives it the number one spot in his The 50 Greatest Beers in the World. Delirium tremens is Latin for "trembling madness", commonly nicknamed "the DTs", indicating a violent sickness induced by withdrawal after alcohol abuse. Although it is commonly thought that sufferers hallucinate pink elephants, which may explain its use on the beer's label, the most common animals seen in delirium tremens hallucinations are cats, dogs, and snakes.
    0.00
    0 votes
    236
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    0 votes
    239

    Guinness

    • Beer style: Stout
    • Brewery / brand: Guinness
    • From region: Dublin
    Guinness ( /ˈɡɪnɨs/ GIN-is) is a popular Irish dry stout that originated in the brewery of Arthur Guinness (1725–1803) at St. James's Gate, Dublin. Guinness is one of the most successful beer brands worldwide. It is brewed in almost 60 countries and is available in over 100. 850 million litres (1.5 billion imperial or 1.8 billion US pints) are sold annually. A distinctive feature is the burnt flavour that is derived from roasted unmalted barley, although this is a relatively modern development, not becoming part of the grist until the mid-20th century. For many years a portion of aged brew was blended with freshly brewed product to give a sharp lactic flavour. Although the Guinness palate still features a characteristic "tang", the company has refused to confirm whether this type of blending still occurs. The draught beer's thick, creamy head comes from mixing the beer with nitrogen when poured. It is popular with Irish people both in Ireland and abroad, and, in spite of a decline in consumption since 2001, is still the best-selling alcoholic drink in Ireland where Guinness & Co. makes almost €2 billion annually. The company had its headquarters in London from 1932 onwards. It
    0.00
    0 votes
    240
    0.00
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    241
    John Smiths

    John Smiths

    • Beer style: Bitter
    • From region: United Kingdom
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    0.00
    0 votes
    242

    Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout

    • Beer style: Stout
    • Brewery / brand: Lagunitas Brewing Company
    Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout is a seasonal beer produced by the Lagunitas Brewing Company.
    0.00
    0 votes
    243

    Litli-Jón

    Litli-Jón was an Icelandic beer (vol. 4,5%). It was one of the latest brands to be marketed in Iceland and was the only Icelandic beer that was exclusively tapped in plastic bottles. It was also by far the cheapest beer sold in Vínbúð, the Icelandic state monopoly store for alcoholic beverages. It was brewed by Egill Skallagrímsson Brewery in Reykjavík, Iceland. Its production has stopped, as of August 2008.
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    244
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    Moosehead Beer

    • From region: Canada
    Canada's Oldest Independent Brewery. Founded in 1867, and headquartered in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. As Canada's two largest brewers (Labatt & Molson) are now foreign-owned, Moosehead is now Canada's largest 100% Canadian brewery. Once a highly popular premium import beer in the United States, Moosehead lost vast market share in the 1980's when it lowered it's price in an attempt to compete with larger US brewers on price instead of quality & prestige.
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    San Miguel Pale Pilsen

    San Miguel Pale Pilsen

    • Beer style: Filipino Pilsener
    • Brewery / brand: San Miguel Brewery, Inc.
    • From region: Philippines
    One sip of San Miguel Pale Pilsen and you know why it has found a place in the hearts of the Filipino beer aficionado. It is a truly satisfying beer with a refined, well-balanced flavor. This pale, golden lager has a hint of pleasant, hoppy aroma. It has medium body balanced smooth and moderate bitterness a snappy clean palate.
    0.00
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    249
    Tricerahops Double IPA

    Tricerahops Double IPA

    • Beer style: Double IPA
    • Brewery / brand: Ninkasi Brewing
    Tricerahops is double everything you already love in an IPA. More hops, more malt body and a higher gravity define this Double India Pale Ale. Fiercely flavorful, guaranteed to satisfy. Established 2007 Starting Gravity 1080 IBUs 100 ABV 8.8% AVAILABILITY All year in 22oz. Bottles and on Draft
    0.00
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    250

    Wadsworth 6x

    • Beer style: Bitter
    As taken from the company's site:

    6X is brewed from 93% pale malt, 4% crystal malt and 3% cane sugar. The bitterness units of 22-24 are obtained from Fuggles hops (85% of total) in the copper and Goldings hops (15%) on the hop back plates. Colour rating is 28 .
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