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 Top Ten Beers of the World

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Re:Top Ten Beers of the World Sat, 08/31/13 10:58 AM (permalink)
The return of "The Duque"!  Cool.  I'm sure my tastes have changed since I was 19, but I'll sure give it a try.  There are several mega-stores here in Dallas that "carry everything"; i'll ask.
On a related topic, I wonder how many here know that for its first few years Sam Adams was brewed by the Pittsburgh Brewing Company?

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    Re:Top Ten Beers of the World Sat, 08/31/13 1:00 PM (permalink)
    I agree with the poster, who said this has to be the worst of the "best of" lists EVER posted on roadfood!

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      Re:Top Ten Beers of the World Mon, 02/24/14 10:26 PM (permalink)
      This list is soooo sad. Not to come off as a craft beer snob…but it just is. 

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        Re:Top Ten Beers of the World Tue, 02/25/14 9:35 AM (permalink)
        I have of late been very happy with Franzikahner. I can get it at Spec's or HEB  down here. I know it's not really exotic but Shiner has come out with a new beer named FM 966 for the road the brewery is located on.

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          Re:Top Ten Beers of the World Sun, 03/9/14 10:10 PM (permalink)
          While I love Ballantine...I would never rate it in the top 10 of the world. Lime cactus....must be peyote in it because someone is hallucinating.
            Poverty Pete

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            Re:Top Ten Beers of the World Mon, 03/10/14 12:42 AM (permalink)
            During the 1950's Ballantine actually did produce a world class IPA, at their facility in New Jersey.  Not top ten, perhaps, but it might have made my top 25 list.  When they shifted production to a plant in Fort Wayne, Indiana, the quality dropped off, and production ceased around 1970, if I remember correctly.

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              Re:Top Ten Beers of the World Mon, 03/10/14 12:58 PM (permalink)
              I miss Ballantine

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                Re:Top Ten Beers of the World Tue, 03/11/14 11:08 AM (permalink)
                From the list, the only one I'd consider trying is the Affligem Blonde. It sounds interesting and, for me, low on the bitterness scale. I did read they were bought out by Heineken, but I'll try it anyway and see how I like it.
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