Category / International Beer

  • 9 April 2015 - Best Beer HQ

    Pilsner Urquell beer review

    ABV: 4.4% History: First brewed in 1842 in the Czech town of Pilsen (hence the name), Pilsner Urquell, or Plzeňský Prazdroj as its known locally, was the world’s first pilsner. Pilsner Urquell was fermented in open beer barrels and stored in cellars beneath the brewery in Pilsen until 1993, when the company started using large […]

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  • 7 April 2015 - Best Beer HQ

    Kronenbourg 1664 beer review

    ABV: 5% Bottle: Kronenbourg 1664 has the look of a classic European lager. It’s housed in a green bottle that’s been embossed with the numbers ‘1664’, with a blue beer label across the top of the bottle which proudly states that this is a beer of the international variety – definitely not a domestic one. Blurb on […]

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  • 26 March 2015 - Best Beer HQ

    The ultimate guide to London riverside pubs

    Want to know where the best riverside pubs in London are? Of course you do! Because life is way too short to spend it at average pubs that don’t have a view of the majestic River Thames, I’ve written an ebook for Kindle about London’s best riverside pubs. London’s Best Riverside Pubs is the ultimate […]

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  • Beer lovers worldwide – prepare to be disappointed in your fellow countrymen’s taste in beer… As cool as craft beer is right now, it seems that it’s still got a long way to go before it’ll supplant the cheaper mainstream swill that’s favoured by the mainstream. Just take a look at this fascinating infographic if […]

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  • 19 February 2015 - Best Beer HQ

    Top 10 facts about Heineken

    Heineken is easily one of the most iconic beer brands in the world – but how much do you know about the beer and the company that brews the stuff? The Dutch lager with the lone red star on a green bottle can be something of an enigma. Thankfully, we’ve researched these 10 facts about […]

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