TwistedMac said:I live in skﾃ･ne, I've had my fair share of beer runs to denmark (heck I lived there for 7 years, but I moved back to Sweden when I was 11 so to answer your question, yes, i've tried tuborg.. ^^ it's not bad, but it's not as good as carlsberg.
We've got this new Carlsberg bottle here now though.. 50cl and sold in swedish supermarkets (you might know they're not allowed to handle very strong beer in sweden, only the Systembolag is allowed to sell alcoholic beverages over 2.8%) and that new one literally smells like urinal cakes soaked in urine, and it doesnt taste much better.. horrid stuff.. they mustve pissed in the bottles and sent them to Sweden going "those stupid swedes will drink anything.. just watch this.."
SajberJohan said:Me neither, I've seen jpn beer at the "Systembolaget" though ^^
Personally I'm a big fan of beer, and if you ask me the best beer comes from the Czech republic and of those the one I favor most is Staropramen, even though there are others that are almost eaqually excellent (Starbremen, Zlatopramen, ﾃ徨quell all most recomendable) they still don't have that extra something that Staropramen has. Now ofcourse there are many other great beermaking countries but if you ask me Czech is the way to go
To all you beerlovers out there
TwistedMac said:"andra sidan e ni klara?!"
wintersweet said:I sometimes wonder how I will get on in Japan if I actually live there, since I don't drink alcohol...
The Japanese beers I have tried have all been excellent, even if they are mostly Pilsner types of beer. My favorite was Orion beer, a brand that I have only ever found on Okinawa. It came in large brown bottles that were soooooo smooth when ice cold. In the 1960's they were dirt cheap but in the late '70's & '80's they were more expensive, but well worth it.