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- Fri, 31 Jan 2020 18:03:30 EST +nq/REdA No.283623
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I never liked beer until I tried the stuff from Germany a couple years ago, especially wheat beer like Franziskaner. Thought I simply didn't like the taste of hops but I tried Spaten Optimator and liked it. I've always heard about German beer being superior but it's difficult to find it where I live. Any Germans here want to recommend other good beers from their country especially wheat beer?
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Cedric Febberkut - Fri, 31 Jan 2020 23:18:01 EST JyGGjmm2 No.283627 Reply
>>283623
Not a German, but Optimator is fantastic. It's really more of a malt liquor compared to normal beer though. Not hoppy at all. Drinking just one or two makes me feel 'full'.
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Caroline Wonkinham - Tue, 04 Feb 2020 22:37:16 EST APgsu79i No.283651 Reply
paulaner munschens hefeweisen is delicious
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Oliver Cusslekere - Fri, 07 Feb 2020 12:39:40 EST cM7l7JN+ No.283666 Reply
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The old and tried Bavarian wheat beers have no competition. Weihenstephaner and Paulaner's wheat beer are the best. At least for beers you can actually get outside of Bavaria or Germany.

German? One can take that as PSchooln, so no! München Bier had and still has some weight behind it, maybe even more regarding other beer types. There are some Berlin wheat beer variants that are absolutely horrible.
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Rebecca Hangerwack - Fri, 07 Feb 2020 16:44:30 EST XTgopzaV No.283668 Reply
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>>283505

try out augustiner it's my favourite german beer (i'm not an expert though)

>t. drunk german

btw i love you op
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Molly Bavingman - Wed, 12 Feb 2020 13:09:04 EST pYuVTxhE No.283709 Reply
>>283623

I'm not German but I'm from northern Europe and I've had a few imports. If you can find Hacker-pschorr or Meisel's Weisse, those are two awesome wheat beers. Also try some weizenbocks, i.e stronger wheat beers, the best form of wheat beer imo. When it comes to pilsners Bitburger is nice and a classic, but I actually prefer the Czech ones when it comes to pilsner.
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Esther Sissleman - Fri, 28 Feb 2020 16:50:05 EST Lz5RJ12D No.283795 Reply
Altbier is great. I recommend Schuhmacher, a beer made by a local brewery in my hometown
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John Sicklelock - Sat, 29 Feb 2020 23:43:58 EST 1rYZu+yp No.283800 Reply
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I am a pretty huge beer snob and this one is the very best -- possibly the best there's ever been in the style.

I was astounded when I tried this beer as it was the first time in my life that I knew what a beer was. It took me back to my dreams as a child imagining what a beer must taste like. It is what I imagined butterbeer must taste like when grew up reading the Harry Potter novels as a child.

It is all at once both so familiar yet mind blowing. If we had to send a beer up into space, encapsulated for all time, then it would be this one.

It is simply beer.
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John Sicklelock - Sat, 29 Feb 2020 23:51:02 EST 1rYZu+yp No.283801 Reply
>>283800
I got ahead of myself. Ayinger's Celebrator is doppelbock, and it simply represents the very best of this style of beer.

Much different than Germany's wheat beers, it is a intensely rich and buttery beer -- heavenly malty.
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James Murringstine - Sun, 15 Mar 2020 18:17:18 EST EhAurJRF No.283852 Reply
>>283623

These are practically my favorite alcohol, especially those beers from Ayinger. Hacker-Pschorr is fantastic, and less expensive. Weihenstephaner, and of course Franziskaner like you mentioned is awesome as well. Try to find a really good dedicated liquor store and explore around
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Ernest Nodgewill - Tue, 05 May 2020 05:25:04 EST ZJzbZm8I No.284202 Reply
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German here, depends on what kind of beer you like (sweet, bitter). I personally like Jever, Flensburger and Veltins because I like bitter beers but I can also recommend Augustiner or Tegernseer. Aktien Zwick'l is also good if you don't like bitter beers. Only one I can't really recommend is Beck's. It tastes like soapy water to me, but for some reason, many people drink it.
Maybe, Amazon has some beer variety pack or something? If that's the case, you should check it out.

Also, please stay away from anything that gets advertised as "German Quality". Last year, I found a can of Oettinger in a supermarket in Seoul where I was on vacation, and it said exactly that on the label. Here, Oettinger is pretty much one of the cheapest beers and one that you only take if there's really nothing else left.

One last thing, if you get the chance to try beer from Belgium or the Czech Republic, take it. They're great as well.

Alles Gute und viele Grüße aus Deutschland!
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Reuben Buzzspear - Tue, 05 May 2020 08:55:36 EST ZcE0QT9K No.284203 Reply
>>284202
Ive been buying bitburger
Idk if it’s any good but the rite aid around the corner sells a pack of four for 6$ and it gets you decently drunk
I think it’s advertised as “Germany’s #1 Pilsner” or something like that
It’s probably like Pabst or Budweiser over there
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Jack Drazzlestone - Wed, 03 Jun 2020 17:40:45 EST epZN/OR6 No.284380 Reply
>>284202
>Öttinger
Also German here. A friend of mine is from School and reported that Öttinger is sold for pretty egregious prices over there. It's kind of hilarious since this brand is "I'm fucking broke: The Beer" in Germany.
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Phineas Davingcocke - Wed, 03 Jun 2020 18:06:45 EST DaF8lssa No.284381 Reply
>>283623
I like Weihenstaphener and Wolters, are those considered shitty by Germans? Weihenstaphener is better imo but I can pick up Wolters for $1.50 a can at the local chinese market
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Jenny Bripperfuck - Fri, 12 Jun 2020 18:51:33 EST pZVwudfj No.284414 Reply
paulaner, erdinger and franziskaner are the 3 big wheat beers. also try the chrystal variations.
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Shitting Clockleson - Wed, 05 Aug 2020 18:25:45 EST L5Pd4sAN No.284693 Reply
>>283623
In addition to what has already been said, Konig Ludwig Weissbier is damn good.

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