Food, Drink & Dining Out Favourite Beer II

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Wally Walpamur

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trying new beers with new food in interesting places is one of the best things in life. your on holidays so theres not a worry in the world. they always taste good.
One of my favourite things to do is observe/ask what the locals are drinking. Their table wines and beers are usually delicious and cheap (99% of the time cos they buy from within their country).

(Un)surprisingly Japan has some of the best availability of hard to find wine, beer and spirit selection from all over the world, it’s just ridiculously expensive.
 

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What's everyones tightarse Tuesday beer? I grabbed these for $16 and wasn't revolting. It was either these or VB so didn't really have an option to be honest.

 
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Remember when Coopers Pale Ale was a set $16 and 20 bucks for six pack was something rare or crafty.

Price of piss is insane at the moment. Six or seven years ago a carton was never more than 40 bucks for some average quasi-import. Now a brewed under license Dutch beer is like $48.


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