Well - i stand corrected...never came across a decent ale in USA....did come back with a craving for Pabst Blue Ribbon tho....is like gold dust here... [Show/Hide Quoted Message](Quoting Message by guidogodoy from Monday, October 25, 2010 2:40:17 PM)
You do, really. Am a monster fan myself. You just have to know where to look. While no 500+ year-old pedigree European brews, there are some simply outstanding microbrews across the USA that, IMO, can certainly hold their own against any I have tasted around the globe.
I am partial to a good warm stout or porter, truth be told. Guinness only on draft or in a pinch. Better than a pilsner but my fav is still from Australia. Sheaf Stout. (Quoting Message by Necroticist from Monday, October 25, 2010 1:44:56 PM)
Am a HUGE afficionado of Real Ale mate...summat u don't find in USA....
Damned if those abbots didn't know how to make some damn good ale, eh? Godliness = a good pint.
They are still one of the top live bands in Europe..apparently...i ain't seen 'em since John Sloman was the 'singer'..was so bad...and i ended up drunk, missed ma train and slept on West Runton beach lol. Cambridge...not been there for a while...last time was roadie for Steve Miller Band...the staff at the Corn Exchange pissed me off - ended up walking out...went to a bar...think it was called 'The Bunch Of Grapes'...just off the marketplace. U might know it...served an awesome pint of Abbot Ale.
i love uriah heep steve last year they were a late replacement at cambridge rock festival i think therye prob still wotrth seeing