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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    Tsing Dao's also another personal favourite of mine!

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    best kopitiam beer:
    Carlsberg (which chicken wings n TV to go with it on a friday night)



    im a sucker for fresh beer. thumbs up for Brewerkz!

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    For me, Erdinger and Paulaner joint first ... especially the dark ones.

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    hey... where's BINTANG?!

    okie okie.. I do love Paulaner's brew too

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    Quote Originally Posted by SniperD
    hey... where's BINTANG?!

    okie okie.. I do love Paulaner's brew too
    At Bintan !

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    There is only one beer to drink ....

    TOOHEYS EXTRA DRY

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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?
    Ingredients For Brewing Beer

    Water. Ask any beer drinkers what is the most important ingredient in beer making and you will hear things like malt, hops, yeast, etc. They rarely remember the greatest ingredient of all - water. Without a good supply, brewing a good beer is impossible.

    Malt. Malt is the body and soul of a brew. It is this partially germinated, roasted grain that provides not only the alcohol but also much of the flavour and nearly all of the colour in a glass of beer. Types of malt are:

    Pale malt
    Amber and browm malts
    Crystal malt
    Chocolate malt
    Black malt

    Hops. The cones of the hop plant were originally added to beer as a preservative. They prevent the brew from going sour and also bring a characteristic bitter flavour and aroma to the drink. Among the 20 over types of hops are:

    Bramling Cross
    Cascade
    Crystal
    Fuggles
    Goldings, etc.

    Yeast. Without yeast, malt, hops and water will never make beer. It is the catalyst that transforms the hopped cereal solution into a potent drink, hiding its magic beneath a living cloak of froth and foam.

    Other ingredients. Although the basic four ingredients - water, hops, malt and yeast - are all that you need to brew beer, many brewers add other substances to their receipe, perhaps to produce a distinctive flavour and aroma, or simply to save money. Some of these ingredients are:

    Sugar
    Flaked maize
    Rice
    Torrefied wheat
    Malt extracts
    Roasted barley
    Honey
    Chilli
    Spices
    Herbs
    Fruits

    Type of Beer. The "title" beer runs the gamut from dark, hearty ales to tangy, spritzy gueuzes. The myriad different tastes, colours, flavours and aromas can, to some extent, be squeezed into groupings with similar characteristics and methods of production. The groupings are:

    Abbey Beer
    Ale
    Alt
    Barley Wine
    Berliner Weisse
    Biere De Garde
    Bitter
    Black Beer
    Bock
    Brown Ale
    Chilli Beer
    Cream Ale
    Diat Pils
    Doppelbock
    Dortmunder
    Dry Beer
    Dunkel
    Duppel / Double
    Export
    Faro
    Framboise / Frambozen
    Ginger Beer
    Green Beer
    Gueuze
    Heavy
    Hefe
    Hell
    Honey Beer
    Ice Beer
    Imperial Stout
    IPA
    Irish Ale
    Kolsch
    Kriek
    Kristall
    Lager
    Lambic
    Light Ale
    Lite
    Low Alcohol
    Malt Liquor
    Mild
    Milk Stout
    Munchner
    Oatmeal Stout
    Old Ale
    Oud Bruin
    Oyster Stout
    Pale Ale
    Pilsner
    Porter
    Rauchbier
    Real Ale
    Red Beer
    Roggen
    Root Beer
    Russian Stout
    Saison / Sezuen
    Schwarbier
    Scotch Ale
    Steam Beer
    Steinbier
    Stout
    Tarwebier
    Trappist
    Triple/Tripel
    Urquell
    Vienna
    Weisse or Weizen
    Witbier

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    *kowtow to the master of beer*
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    either that or you are the supreme alcoholic

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    Quote Originally Posted by justarius
    *kowtow to the master of beer*
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    either that or you are the supreme alcoholic
    Am flattered but neither one is correct. Learnt alot about beer from my book - "Complete Guide To Beer". Personally, am a social drinker and the only time I drank alot was when I was on a 8-week course in Vienna where my course-mates and I frequently pub-hopped and had drank more types of beer, especially Austrian, than what I had had consumed in my life.
    Last edited by redstorm; 8th May 2004 at 10:29 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Someone
    Which is the best beer?
    Redstorm Home Brew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sion
    Redstorm Home Brew.
    I wish I could create my own brew. Wishful thinking on my part. Once, in Perth, I was tempted to buy those micro brewery with ingredients to make my own brew back home but gave up the idea as I was not sure whether it is legal over here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm
    I wish I could create my own brew. Wishful thinking on my part. Once, in Perth, I was tempted to buy those micro brewery with ingredients to make my own brew back home but gave up the idea as I was not sure whether it is legal over here.
    it is legal now

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    DuVel still best beer

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    Quote Originally Posted by redstorm
    Am flattered but neither one is correct. Learnt alot about beer from my book - "Complete Guide To Beer". Personally, am a social drinker and the only time I drank alot was when I was on a 8-week course in Vienna where my course-mates and I frequently pub-hopped and had drank more types of beer, especially Austrian, than what I had had consumed in my life.

    look for any microbiologist in S'pore

    they've gone thur a course on how to make beer, soy sauce, tempeh, sorghum wine (yar like those Mao tai), yoghurt, blah blah blah..


    BTW just for those who wanna know
    nata de coco is not JELLy nor Palm seed (atap chee)

    its actually a bacterial secretion which breaks down sugars and knit it firmly

    hope nobody after this


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    Quote Originally Posted by plsoong
    look for any microbiologist in S'pore

    they've gone thur a course on how to make beer, soy sauce, tempeh, sorghum wine (yar like those Mao tai), yoghurt, blah blah blah..


    BTW just for those who wanna know
    nata de coco is not JELLy nor Palm seed (atap chee)

    its actually a bacterial secretion which breaks down sugars and knit it firmly

    hope nobody after this

    really! so nata de coco doesn't have cholesterol like coconut huh?

    we have quite a couple snappers in NUS science dept, at least one guy is working on those "lower" lifeforms surely we can find a microbiologist and whip up a brew…

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    Quote Originally Posted by hwchoy
    really! so nata de coco doesn't have cholesterol like coconut huh?

    we have quite a couple snappers in NUS science dept, at least one guy is working on those "lower" lifeforms surely we can find a microbiologist and whip up a brew…

    yep

    nata decoco lont have those cholestrol thingey found in coconut

    wah liew...simi lower life form



    the lower the life form the more dangerous leh...

    think SARS and Tuberculosis meningitidis, okay...something more common, think food poisoning caused by Salmonella spp.


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    Has anyone mentioned Brewerkz yet? 14 concoctions to sample.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laokayu
    Has anyone mentioned Brewerkz yet? 14 concoctions to sample.
    IPA !

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    Like Heineken most.

    But usually after a few glasses, most beer taste the same to me.

    BTW, what happen to Anchor?

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