Did Elektronauts become "british" these days?! :-D


#596

Wish mine had cost £200…


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#599

That’s a good pilsner. Their pale ale and extra pale ale are nice too, but the lager is surprisingly good.


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#601

Dude the lager is amazing - I couldn’t believe I’d missed it until I found it the other day. It seems folks are getting carried away with the ales and missing the amazing work the small breweries are doing with lagers.


#602

Camden’s decent. This is my preferred pale ale though.


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#604

The Brixton Coldharbour Lager is pretty good too. Do you drink saison beers at all? Brixton did a collaboration called Brixi Saison that was mind-bendingly good.


#605

Yeah that neck oil is something else


#606

Oh that went quick…

From british Gear to british Beer. :rofl:


#607

Magic rock brewery in Huddersfield is amazing!


#608

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#609

Meh all of Britain is one big shite hole


#610

Damn.
I just love that brewery + graphics

Right after I saw this can, I went on their website and just went crazy on shopping…
:robot: :space_invader: :boom: :scream: :boom: :space_invader: :robot:


#611

My Irish friend told me that Stella Artois is seen as a sorta low-brow beer over in Europe?

And PBR is seen as fancy pants beer?

(Basically the inverse of each other)

Can anyone confirm this?


#612

PBR is not seen as fancy at all

Stella is ok but has a nickname: ‘wife beater’ and most people I know don’t drink it


#613

God bless.

My friend told me PBR was sold in wood crates.

I’m happy to hear that about Stella, though :smiley:


#614

There is an element of hipster delight at drinking something renowned to be what rednecks drink. I think a small pocket of yunguns are responsible for that but its not that widely available and when I have seen it its in small cans in pubs. Not many people buy cans ins pubs!


#615

You might love the magic rock style like I do as well then