Apparently, I forgot some beer that I had tried (!!!)

With the additional beers I tried @ Brussels beer cafe yesterday.. here it goes:

Franziskaner weissbier (5% ABV)

I'd say it's a more affordable German white beer. Though the taste isn't as rich as Paulaner or Weihenstephaner, I'd say it's a refreshing one as well.

Tried this at: Home

Tetley's English Ale (4.4% ABV)

Tetley's is a smooth beer.

But, like Warsteiner, the taste isn't that strong.

So it'll be the drink at party/games - if someone wants you to drink a lot :P

And I agreed with my friend - it's more like a chick beer.

Tried this at: Scott's restaurant, Fraser's Hill

Leffe Blonde draft (6.6% ABV)

Another attempt on draft - tastes better :-)

I'd say it's a chick's beer for Belgian beer range.

Tried this at: Brussels beer cafe, Jln P Ramlee

Tripel Karmeliet (8.4 ABV)

I only had a sip on this - seeing my friend enjoying it very much (just like other Pale ale such as La Trappe tripel etc) I think I should concentrate on Belgian Pale Ale more, after trying some Belgian dark ale.

Tried this at: Brussels beer cafe, Jln P Ramlee

Chimay Blue (9% ABV)

Alleged to be the best beer among the beer enthusiasts, unfortunately, for a beginner like me, I can't really tell the difference between Chimay blue and La Trappe Quadrupel.

But I must say, it's a very good beer in terms of the taste - you'll get many things (many fruits with hints of alcohol [of course] ) in one package.

That's the reason why I like dark ale.

But not stout, yet.

Tried this at: Brussels beer cafe, Jln P Ramlee


Ai Ling said...

drink so much~careful later got "beer tummy" come out...... kakakaka

Trevor said...

we'll see how ;)