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  1. #11
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    Yes but the beer is produced locally and usually tastes nothing like the original.

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    There are some beers that just don't travel well, some that don't take well to being in cans, or get light struck and go skunky from UV light in clear bottles or green ones. then others really need to be pumped uncarbonated from a wood cask to get the taste right. water chemistry of course has lots to do with it also. Your boys over in Burton on Trent have some big time hard water Peek, and they know what to do with it. those slate fermenting 'boxes' also add unique charecter, but I digress, sorry back to the thread, anyone else have a idea where we are going to go 'on assignment'
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  3. #13
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    Saigon is a great Vietnamese beer.

    Some beers don't travel well at all, I agree. Czech beers taste rubbish in the UK... but in the Czech repulblic, they're awesome!!

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    Exclamation I know ... I know

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    How about a group field trip guys? Where to?
    Okay, okay ... what is one of the "Photography Verboten" spots on the entire earth?

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    C'mon ... now that's a "field trip" of several lifetimes.
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