Oct 14th, 2011, 05:36 AM
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Some years ago was introduced to dark lagers in a UK trip and then later in Ireland (Guinness but others too). Now if I have a beer it is likely a bottle of Samuel Smith's imperial stout, Belhaven Scottish ale, St. Botophs Town-pretty things, Big Bear black stout, Rogue Chocolate stout, Ballast point porter black, Clown Shoes hoppy feet, etc. As for light beers, no thanks.

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Oct 14th, 2011, 10:55 AM
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"As for light beers, no thanks."

Don't drink with your eyes, it's taste that matters.
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Oct 15th, 2011, 10:24 AM
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Have you tried the local "British Beer Company"?, You can order an 'Arrogant [email protected]', a 'Rogue Dead Guy' or multiple choices of Clown Shoes

The Dead Guy is one of my favorites.
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Jan 4th, 2012, 12:08 PM
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I'm really sold on Boddingtons. I can get it here for about $12.00 a six pack. When you consider you get about 25% more beer per can, the difference to me is not enough to go thirsty. AND it is the only UK beer I can get here. S. Smith but it's over carbonated and I now can do without that.

It's also good to have the beer topic back on the board because I need to know what other brands are being shipped to the US.
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If you buy Budweiser or other American brands in Europe look at the label. It's probably brewed in London, from rice.
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