stripperm(U)(u)g";p="788490 wrote:Me and chicken will hang out at the other side of the tracks
*cracks a PBR*
::spits tobacco juice::
I don't dislike web-beer rating sites. They're the place that taught me ESB = Extra Special Bitter. Bitters are their own thing, separate from Pale Ales.ShaiMUGna";p="788483 wrote:I dislike web-beer-rating sites.
Are pale ales/ESBs called bitters over there?
I had a pretty decent ESB last night, actually.
Name some Belgium's you like.
Miss Yvonne";p="973758 wrote:
I'm not chinese, but I can't read most of this thread!
Yeah, I believe it's bitters, special bitters, and ESBs... the style isn't very popluar in America so most brewers don't seem to bother with that. The name also don't really work in America what with all the Imperial IPA going around these days. The most bitter bitters are quite mild by today's standards.ShaiMUGna";p="788510 wrote:They have sub-types of bitters, I don't really see that here.
Except for ESB, and I knew what that meant without some beer rating site.
I don't like beer rating sites, because I prefer recommendations from people who know what I drink, or just finding it on my own. I disagree with a lot of the "ratings"
Chimay is great.