OT. what's your lager.

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  1. Rollercoaster Ranger

    Rollercoaster Ranger Well-Known Member

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    One of my ambitions for next season is to get Flyer onto proper bitter. Boddingtons!!, good grief.

    My local does the wonderful Doombar, otherwise I'll look out for Spitfire (or anything else from Shepherd Neame), Broadside (as mentioned by Norfolkbhoy), or London Pride failing them.

    Lager, generally tasteless muck. why do you boys drink it?
     
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  2. Tramore Ranger

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    I don't know if this is true but i was told that the essence used to produce Guinness is actually added to Harp lager....could be an urban myth....certainly not made with Liffey water....
     
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    Soferi ro ...i live in Sweden 7-8 pound per pint
     
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  4. Turkish" Premier" Hoops

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    I still have a great fondness for EFES, EFES and more EFES, but in it's absence i tend to go for Carling Cold as it is only £2-60 a pint in our local.<cheers>
     
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    A rare treat is Fullers Chiswick, unfortunately only available nearer London.
     
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  6. Bigchazqpr

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    Yes been there too. Sagres very nice tipple. In the pub I prefer staropramen, budvar or Peroni. Quite partial to the odd polish beer at home - tyskie and that other One that starts with z I can't spell
     
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  7. SW Ranger

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    Not a great lager drinker anymore. Partial to a Peroni if I do.
    Enjoy a pint of cold Stowfords cider on a good hot day in Dorset.
    Majority of time... it's a nice glass of wine!
     
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  8. Bigchazqpr

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    Yes glass of wine at home is my beverage of choice. Lager if out (rare) or when weather sweltering. Was in Britanny last summer and got very into cider. Some really delicious stuff. Why am I on here talking about booze - it's not even 9am...
     
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  9. kiwiqpr

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    8pm over here
    having a few export golds
     
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  10. Bigchazqpr

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    Very civilised. Enjoyed a stein lager when in nz, very acceptable I thought.
     
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    the pure
    not the classic
     
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  12. Loftus Toad

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    London Pride for a session.
    Edelweiss for a tasty beer.
    Guinness with a roast.
    Tiger for the moment....
     
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  13. Rollercoaster Ranger

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    If you get over 60 right you win a free liver transplant. Gave up on 21, but at least another 30 I should have got.
     
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  15. Jalfrezi Rs

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    good call, im not a lager drinker but found Effes on holiday and loved it. Not found its way to the supermarkets shelves here yet, but easily found in the more cosmopolitan areas of ole London town.

    Have seen bottles in Weatherspoons though
     
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  16. QPR999

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    I've had at least eight pints of Kronenbourg 1664 tonight. Followed by a couple of double scotch chasers. I might have the hump in the morning. <cheers>
     
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  17. Tramore Ranger

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    I take it that you're not on duty tonight then 9'sey!!!!!!

    Fair play to you still managing to type a message on here after that amount.....i wouldn't know what day of the week it was it i had that amount...
     
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  18. Sooperhoop

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    Although not a Lager drinker by choice I found Keo lager in Cyprus quite reasonable...
     
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  19. kiwiqpr

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    how much is a bozen beers over there

    12x330ml kronenbourg here is 20 dollars which I think is about 9.50
    is that good
     
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  20. YorkshireHoopster

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    As lagers go, Cusquena for me. Readily available in most supermarkets
     
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