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I think the Italians actually produce some really nice ones. Here are another couple that I would highly rate
This has to be a joke, right? I mean, to each their own and all that, but Peroni is not even close to being the best Italian lager, let alone anything else. Ye Gods.Anyone else agree Peroni is the best
I've tried many, I don't like traditional English beer, larger is too gassy, but Belgian beers tend to hit the spot for me, my favourite is St Feullien.All things Belgium for me if it is Beer, don't mind a cold lager on a very hot summer day or on holiday.
Kasteel Donker 11% is my super fave.
I've only ever seen the Blonda, which I think is wonderful. I didn't even know there were others, I'll have to see where I can get some..
I have seen this at Christmas time only in my fairly local Morrisons - its wonderful !
That looks dark and sweet ? If so then it appeals to me big time.
Johns Wine & Spirits Specialists on Fore St in St Ives usually has a decent selectionAnyone know of a beer website that sells a range of the sort of beers being mentioned here so that I could get a mixed box ?
Thank you Dave - I'll have a look - I'm a fair way from St Ives, but will see what I can find from your links as well.Johns Wine & Spirits Specialists on Fore St in St Ives usually has a decent selection
I get most of my different bottled beers at the local Waitrose, they have a very good selection.Anyone know of a beer website that sells a range of the sort of beers being mentioned here so that I could get a mixed box ?
Sadly there is only one Waitrose in Cornwall, it's more like a metro, small, with only the bigger sellers, and it's a 15 mile drive to get to so I rarely go, but maybe I should next time I go near. It's rather off my radar. Our local is an Asda, and even that only has a couple of the more exotic/expensive/nice beers. Lots of Heineken and the 24 cans for a tenner stuff though...I get most of my different bottled beers at the local Waitrose, they have a very good selection.
All the Peroni Gran Riserva range, five wheat beers, assorted lagers (not Heineken etc in tins) and a good choice of Belgian beers too
Plenty of UK ales and a fairly good mix of the newer citrus type IPA, well worth a look
Shipyard is my current ale of choice and very cheap as well. Just ordered so me from Ocado at £1.70 for 500ml.
Peroni was my lager of choice until we were out and I fancied one but the pub we were in didn't stock it. They suggested I try the Moretti and I have to say, it's nicer than Peroni.