View Poll Results: Which is the best beer (favourite)

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  • Stella Artois

    6 4.65%
  • Hoegaarden (white/ black)

    20 15.50%
  • VB

    7 5.43%
  • San Miguel

    13 10.08%
  • Heineken

    28 21.71%
  • Carlsberg

    20 15.50%
  • McEwan's

    0 0%
  • Sol

    2 1.55%
  • Budweiser

    7 5.43%
  • Local beer (Tiger etc)

    26 20.16%
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    Originally posted by beachbum
    you can get erdinger on the tap from Mache.... heavenly
    How much does it costs? Does it come in BIG BIG mugs? Think will go well with the sausages that they serve at Mache!

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    Originally posted by beachbum
    you can get erdinger on the tap from Mache.... heavenly

    i know and they serve it in the tall glasses aye?? check out Baden Baden (the 1 liter mugs!!)... huge!!! And the Frankfurters at Marche no fight for those at Baden Baden!!! trust me!!! I live to eat!!!

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    Originally posted by Porky Pig


    Really? Ok... me will go try one day. Probably must 'ta pau' home to drink cos will likely b driving to Holland V.
    And how are you gonna ta pao home since they serve it on tap??

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    C'mon lah.........lets meet up, order a round of beers of diff brands and then decide which is the best!!!

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    Originally posted by kongg
    C'mon lah.........lets meet up, order a round of beers of diff brands and then decide which is the best!!!
    Ya lor...but must drink @ least 3 bottles (big ones) hor... otherwise cannot tell...*hic*

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    yeah 3 diff bottles of diff brands!!!!Wif Satay or peanuts!!!

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    Originally posted by kongg
    yeah 3 diff bottles of diff brands!!!!Wif Satay or peanuts!!!
    with Franks at Baden Baden!!!! for starters we will have a 1 liter mug each. We can start running our mouths after that!!!

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    where's erdinger and warsteiner?

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    Originally posted by Scriabinesque
    where's erdinger and warsteiner?
    mate!! i was limited to 10 options thats all..... but yeah Erdinger is good!!! cheers mate!!!

    Now who wants to have some lager??

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    Still, Calrsberg rulez!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamGoi
    Still, Calrsberg rulez!
    I like Carlsberg too! I find them very smooth, and especially like Carlsberg Gold. I also dig Belgium beers, but have never acquired a taste for the 'bitters' they served here in London... to bitter for my taste

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    Beeroholics >: (

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    Quote Originally Posted by NitroTech
    Beer lah not Ale!!

    tot that ale, pilsner, stout, lager are all beers?

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    gags at the choices offered in this poll

    No:

    Redback
    Bateman's Best Bitter
    Iron Horse
    Newkie Brown
    Emu Export
    to name a few.
    The Ang Moh from Hell
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    not really spoilt for choice here are we....if i had to choose it would be heineken....on hot beaches...a light corona would suffice...in camp...tiger's cheap....

    otherwise if there IS a CHOICE.....saporro draft...you guys should try..hav been hooked on it since the first time i went japan...haha

    basically...there's a beer for every occasion...wats life without beer ya...anyway...in mess for a beer now hahah..

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    Erdinger (dark) is a superb dinner beer!

    hoegarden tastes good but is a little too light for me.

    Carlsberg is smooth indeed, not much flavor though.

    Tiger is very sharp, not very refined.

    Yebisu is my fav Japanese beer. Has a very unique taste.

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    Hahn Ice from Down Under, anyone? Zipfer from Austria is great too.
    Last edited by redstorm; 6th May 2004 at 09:03 PM.

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    How about Anchor Steam and Samuel Adams, the only two decent American beers...

    Q. What do American beer and two lovers in a gondola have in common?
    A. Both are f*****g close to water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by di0nysus
    tot that ale, pilsner, stout, lager are all beers?
    Geez, so complicated. Can someone help me to understand what's the difference? Is it the material used to brew?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DennisLee
    Geez, so complicated. Can someone help me to understand what's the difference? Is it the material used to brew?
    with the right company...any beer is a good beer...

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