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Top 20 Foreign Beers

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The best foreign beers around.

Rated 19 points - posted 3 years ago by missdeweydecimal in category Food & Drink.
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Australian MAX Report Abuse
Simply the best strong beer in the world!!
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Great beer! Drank loads in India - Just wish I could get it here in the US too!! ;P
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Heineken Report Abuse
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Hacker-Pschorr Report Abuse
This wheat beer is known for it's citrus aroma and high drinkability factor. Brewed in Munich, this is one of the most refreshing wheat beers on the market.
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Saku Report Abuse
Estonian beer. Pure.
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Stella Artois Report Abuse
You're probably not going to find a more drinkable pilsner than a Stella. It's rich and smooth, and not too hard on your pockets.
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Sapporo Report Abuse
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Guinness Report Abuse
With Guiness you either love it or hate it. But regardless of how your taste buds react to it, Guinness is a world-renowned Irish tradition, known for its smoky burnt-coffee flavor and silky smoothness. What is also surprising it that although it feels "heavy" it is actually low in calories, for a beer.
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Chimay Report Abuse
This beer is a little on the pricey side, but it's certainly worth a pint now and again. It's fizzy like Champagne, but has the warm roasted robust flavors of brown ale. This beer is brewed in Belgium by Trappist monks, and all proceeds from sales of Chimay go towards paying rent on the abbey where it is brewed, with any remaining profit going to charity. How can you not drink this?
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Newcastle Report Abuse
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Harp's Lager Report Abuse
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Labatt Blue Report Abuse
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Red Stripe Report Abuse
This famous Jamaican lager has a unique bold taste, and is satisfying in both cold and warm weather.
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Foster's Report Abuse
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great beer really liked the taste
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Corona Report Abuse
Beer connoisseurs will probably scoff at Corona, but no beer goes better on a hot day at the beach or hanging around with friends at a barbeque. It's light, crisp and oh-so refreshing.
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