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I know one is Leffe but not tried this one before...


The one of the right,Tungri, is a local beer from a micro brewery. Vedett is from the same brewery as Duvel
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I know one is Leffe but not tried this one before...


The one of the right,Tungri, is a local beer from a micro brewery. Vedett is from the same brewery as Duvel

I've always found the Duvel too heavy for the head the next day. 
 
Been drinking some local Prague stuff today but can't remember what it's called.
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I've always found the Duvel too heavy for the head the next day. 

I never had you down as a  lightweight! ;)

I've always found quite the reverse for myself with Duvel, waking up feeling fine after having had a fair few (like about 8 ) the night before when in Amsterdam, though as with all beers (and spirits), I think we can all sometimes react to them differently at different times and for a multitude of varying reasons.

Maybe it's just the version you can get over there as I've only ever tended to drink it when I used to frequent Amsterdam and go in The Wildeman, which seems somewhat bonkers as that bar serves so many other superb beers if you ever get a chance to get over there.
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I never had you down as a  lightweight! ;)

I've always found quite the reverse for myself with Duvel, waking up feeling fine after having had a fair few (like about 8 ) the night before when in Amsterdam, though as with all beers (and spirits), I think we can all sometimes react to them differently at different times and for a multitude of varying reasons.

Maybe it's just the version you can get over there as I've only ever tended to drink it when I used to frequent Amsterdam and go in The Wildeman, which seems somewhat bonkers as that bar serves so many other superb beers if you ever get a chance to get over there.

I don't go over 5% if I can help it. The past  week since I've been away I've always said to them how strong is it or the weakest one you have. Was actually on the shandies in Munich for a bit . I even went on the espressos for a bit. You are deffo right though in saying it does effect us all differently .Different constitutions and all that . I can't go near wine these days which for someone who was really into his wine is a bit of a shift. Think I need to swerve it for a bit being honest .
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My favourite beer right now is a Swedish lager called Arboga. It's a little bit darker yellow than your average lager and it's packing quite a lot of taste. It's 5,6 %. There's also a dark lager one and that's bloody marvellous too.

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My favourite beer right now is a Swedish lager called Arboga. It's a little bit darker yellow than your average lager and it's packing quite a lot of taste. It's 5,6 %. There's also a dark lager one and that's bloody marvellous too.


I love the fact that some Swedish words are very similar to Dutch/Flemish...

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I love the fact that some Swedish words are very similar to Dutch/Flemish...

Quite a few. Same goes for German IMO.
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