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Netherlands Beer Recommendations?

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My trip to the Netherlands is less than 2 weeks away (can hardly wait!). I'm looking for some recommendations on Dutch beer brands that will suit my tastes.

Heineken is definitely out, as well as Amstel - these are the only brands I've seen here in the U.S.A. (and Amsel is so bad that I actually poured it down the drain.)

My tastes run towards stouts and other dark beers such as porters. Samuel Adams Boston Lager is okay in a pinch, but anything lighter is definitely out.

Are there any brands of Dutch beer that fit my tastes? I'd like to avoid buying 6 bottles in the grocery of something that I won't like that well.

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