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Kwak like a Duck!

Advantages: Excellent presentation and a good, tasty beer.
Disadvantages: Perhaps a little too common now.

...drink out of curiosity? That is how I first came upon Kwak. It had quite a silly name (and asking a friend to go and ask for a Kwak was fun), but it was primarily the serving vessel that drew me to this excellent beer (but more a ...

tange 10.05.2005 · Read full review
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You'd be Kwakers not to give this a try

Advantages: Enjoyable lingering flavour
Disadvantages: Not terribly easy to find

A little while ago, I reviewed the Belgian Cafe in Eastbourne . One of the many things I praised them on was their impressive beer menu - some 50+ belgian beers were listed, each with a tantalising description of their taste and appearance . Kwak, however ...

Thehonesttruth 11.05.2011 · Read full review
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What does a Duck Say?

Advantages: It's Belgian
Disadvantages: Stupid glass

The duck says Kwak. Yes, I know what you're thinking, 'proxy's had just one too many beers and the old flashbacks have kicked in.' Well, you're probably wrong. The kwaking ducks are just a clever...er, desperate ploy to lure some unsuspecting read ...

proxam 22.05.2005 · Read full review
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Beginner's Chinese valuable word: Tsingtao

Advantages: Smooth, light, long lager
Disadvantages: Large bottles (Could go either way!)

After a long and hectic day I finally have my feet up and a long, cool, green drink in my hand which I feel I have to share with you. Authentically Oriental I count myself very lucky to have been able to visit Hong Kong and China (where I have famil ...

Cutecandy 03.04.2010 · Read full review
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Jing-Jing...DOH

Advantages: Goes well with Chinese food
Disadvantages: You'll want another one an hour later

...China does not have a long history of brewing beer and foreign influence has been responsible for the modern day development of the industry. At the beginning of the 1900's, Tsingtao was a German port - in the same way that Hong Kong was British and Macao ...

proxam 27.08.2002 · Read full review
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