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Re: [SLE] [OT] Stouts
  • From: Nick Zentena <zentena@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 19 Mar 2002 10:15:26 -0500
  • Message-id: <200203191015.26155.zentena@xxxxxxxxxxx>
On March 18, 2002 05:19 pm, Gideon Hallett wrote:

German beer is the best *if* you like German bier. It's
recognisably different to, say, Belgian beers, since the most
common German style is a lager.

Well the most common US style is a lager to. Doesn't mean much-)

For sheer variety, though, British beer probably has the most
choices around; Britain dominates ales and invented 'pale ale',
'bitter', 'mild', 'porter', 'stout' and any number of other types
of beer that can be found around the world today.

You could argue that Mild to bitter to IPA is one type of beer with a wide
range of examples. I always thought Belgium had the most breweries per
capita. With the most different kinds of beers.


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