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Beer 21: Chouffe 6666

Chouffe Bok 6666 comes from the house of Brasserie D’AChouffee known for its La Chouffe which is a Belgian Strong Pale Ale. A nice beer to enjoy the onset of winter and is only available in the Netherlands

Review: perfect to welcome Autumn Winter. A good brown beer with a tinge of bitter


Beer 20: Frontaal Billiard Imperial Coffee Stout

Frontaal Billiard is an awesome imperial coffee stout from Brewer Frontaal of Breda, Netherlands and is an aged on whole coffee beans giving it a flavor of coffee in a stout

Strength: 9.5%ABV

Review: One of my personal favorite stout beers

More info: Frontaal brewery


Beer 19: Kasztelan Niepasteryzowany

Kasztelan Niepasteryzowane is a unpasteurized beer from Carlsberg Polska which gives it a completely unique freshness.

But because it is not pasteurized, Kasztelan Niepasteryzowane has a relatively short shelf life of 35 days. However, that means it’s always fresh on the shelves straight from the brewery in Siepc in central Poland.

Strength: 5.7% ABV

Review: Totally an acquired taste

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Beer 18: Straffe Hendrik Brugs Quadrupel

Brewer: Brouwerij de Halve maan, Brugge, Belgium

Strength:11% ABV

Review: Bitter but OK. Not a summer beer

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Beer 17-Apple Bandit Cider

Beer: Apple Bandit cider is very recent entrant into the world of Ciders from the House of Heineken. Apple Bandit is a cider with good balance between sweet and sour and is available in two variants, Apple Crisp and Juicy Pear,

Brewery: Heineken

Strength: 4.5% ABV

Review: In a shootout between Strongbow and Apple Bandit, i will go for Strongbow any day but considering the fact Strongbow is not as easily available here, Apple bandit does not feel a let down

More info: Apple Bandit

Beer 16: Ringnes Pilsener

Ringnes Pilsener was the true Oslo/Norwegian beer i had during my Oslo trip. Oslo is very expensive for enjoying a good beer as it can cost up to 120 NOK (13 Euros) for a beer.

Beer: Ringnes Pils is Norway’s leading pilsener beer. It gets its golden colour from the use of pilsener malt. The taste is clean with a light and dry malt sweetness, a slight note of fruit and well balanced amount of hops.

Brewery: Ringnes AS is the largest brewery in Norway, employing 1600 workers. The brewery was founded in 1876 by the brothers Amund and Ellef Ringnes.

Strength: 4.5%

Review: Nice and Clean pilsener

More Info: Ringnes



Beer 15: Kingswood Cider

I had Kingswood Cider when on a train from Budapest to Bratislava which is about 3 hours and passes through scenic countryside

Beer: Kingswood is a dry cider brewed in the Czech Republic

Brewery: Plzensky Prazdroj

Strength: 4.5%

Review: Pretty much a very average cider and very refreshing



Beer 14: Pilsner Urquell

Beer:Plzeňský Prazdroj (IPA: [ˈpl̩.zɛɲskiː ˈprazdroj], Original Source of Pilsner), better known by its German name Pilsner Urquell (IPA: [ˈpɪlznɐ ˈʔuːɐ̯ˌkvɛl]), is a lagerbrewed in Plzeň, now in the Czech Republic, since 1842. Pilsner Urquell, the world’s first pilsner beer, is now produced by global brewer SABMiller.

Urquell was also the first blond beer which means it was made with coal there by leading to less dark beers than available at that time.

Strength: 5%

Review: Urquell tastes like Kingfisher beer of India of which I am a big fan owing to its light flavour. Goes well with all occasions and food

More info : Pilsner Urquell



Beer 13:Estrella Damm

Estrella Damm is one of the first beers I had when I started writing this year but I was not convinced it deserved to be mentioned. However, like a good wine paired with the right food makes for better satisfaction so also the right beer in some cases

Beer: Estrella Damm is an pilsener brewed in Barcelona and is to be paired with tapas and other Spanish food

Brewery: S.A Damm brewery brews the beer since 1876

Strength: 4.6%

Review: Great with Spanish food. Middling otherwise

More info: Estrella


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