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The **Now Drinking** Thread

Discussion in 'La Cuisine' started by Lysander, Jul 24, 2007.

  1. pinkpound

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  2. RoboCod

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    Where to start? I've only had the liefmanns, spaten, goose Island, weisbier and leffe before.

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  3. pinkpound

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    Thursday afternoon in Amsterdam

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  4. Alan1969

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    that looks nice.
     
  5. Alan1969

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    I have a Belgium beer pub near me and they serve a candied beer called Kwak which is served in a wooden holder like that. You have to give one of your shoes as a deposit - presumably to stop you stealing or breaking it?
     
  6. Alan1969

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    I prefer the brown leffe rather than the blonde.
     
  7. pinkpound

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    I was drinking kwak about an hour before that pic they didn't ask for a deposit lol . I have the glass and stand at home

    Noel was a nice dark Winter beer not to bitter , Wife loves Averbode

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  8. pinkpound

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    Here is what I think of dry January

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  9. Marvt74

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    There was a place in Manchester like that, i remember they had a pile of cheap crocs behind the bar to hand out as an exchange!
     
  10. pinkpound

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    Couple bars in Bruge/Ghent make you hand a shoe over when using certain glasses like yard of ale type
     
  11. Alan1969

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    must be where Den Engles in Leek got the idea from. Den Engles are a stickler for serving the beer in its own unique glass.