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At what temperature do they serve beer in England?


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I think they are like guiness, room temprature or ice fucking cold- no in between.

I'd say 85% of bars in America fuck up Guinness due to not knowing how the fuck to serve it.

 

It's not served at room temperature and it's not served ice cold like in America for the big 3 piss waters.

 

I think Guinness is supposed to be served around 45 degrees

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I actually prefer Sam Adams Cherry Wheat, Killians, Guinness (cold) and ice cold corona. Your thoughts?

 

I have no thoughts on Sam Adams Cherry Wheat.

 

Not a fan of Cherry beers.

 

I like a lot of their stuff though.

 

Killians is ok, not my thing.

 

Corona is crap.  

 

Guinness served too cold is also crap.

 

 

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I have no thoughts on Sam Adams Cherry Wheat.

 

Not a fan of Cherry beers.

 

I like a lot of their stuff though.

 

Killians is ok, not my thing.

 

Corona is crap.  

 

Guinness served too cold is also crap.

 

You should try the Cherry Wheat, it's pretty good. I think you can grab a bottle at Total Wne. For what it is, it's pretty neat.

 

 

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Adds something to it.

 

Spent plenty of evenings in my youth/20s drinking that shit.

 

I was referring to beer in general. I don't drink yellow fizzy piss water. I prefer wheat beers as my choice. Belgians, witbiers, any of the German catalog really. All of that goes really well very cold. Perhaps some of the Belgian tripels and quads don't need to be. 

 

 

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