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Liquors of the World Thread - Fact and Fiction - Info & FunViews: 657
Nov 11, 2006 6:50 am re: re: re: Liquors of the World Thread - Fact and Fiction - Info & Fun

Shivaji Jammalmadugu

Belgium beers are quite popular and each person would have his own tastes based on which part of the country he/she visits as normally the brands are popular in local market. However there are few brands which have crossed the borders and they include Stella Artois, Pernod, Leffe, Hoegaarden, Bacchus, Duvel,

I love the Hoegaarden - a freshness beer. When am tired a glass of it refreshes so well. It must be felt.

When the mood is good to have fun, try Leffe Bruno - a dark & strong beer which can chill out the nerves, normally considered musculine. Have more than 4 glasses, one can see the stars in the day.

Leffe Blonde is a lighter version considered to be a faminine favourite.

Have tasted over 100 European brands of beers, 30+ Indian brands & rest from other countries but one thing is clear - the process is mastered in Europe.

Kingfisher is still one of my favourite 5 beers for its taste.

Arlem (am not sure whether it is available now) beer in Goa is also a very tasty beer comparable with KF.

Kenya's Tiger beer is near to Indian taste of UB.

Dragon Been from Thailand is tastes near to Khajuraho.

In Europe the snack delivered with Beers is salted groundnuts or mixed nuts. In Middle East, the common snack offered is salted pop corn and/or green salad. In many bars of Tamil Nadu they give a combination of different snacks including potato chips, spiced nuts, chuklis, salads etc. The spread is interesting.




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