TNbourbon wrote:My current favorite is Harp Irish Lager, which I can find in at least one place locally. I first had it on draught last month in North Myrtle Beach, during my 50th-year birthday celebratory dinner (go to Flynn's Irish Pub/Restaurant, if you find yourself that way!).
Also in the 'fridge is some Paulaner Oktoberfest Marzen Amber, Augustijn ale and its Van Steenberge brethren, St. Bernard Bornem (dubel and tripel). I think there might be a 4-pack left in the back of KoningsHoeven blonde ale, too.
While, generally, I prefer the ambers, the Augustijn ale is also quite enjoyable.
I'm not exactly a beer-lover, by the way, having come to it only within the last 18 months or so. But, I DO enjoy it when I want something cold, but not sweet, and have found enough styles/brands that I like (and plenty that I don't, too!) to warrant keeping some around.
Mike wrote:... crisply refreshing like Pilsner Urquel.
TNbourbon wrote:Mike wrote:... crisply refreshing like Pilsner Urquel.
You know, I've heard many positive remarks about this beer, including from Gary G. (gillmang), and yet my eye always seems distracted by another bottling about the time I start to reach for it. I suspect it might find its way my way pretty soon.
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