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    28% strong -beer-?thank you,but thank you NOOOOOOO

    https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/samu...155401852.html

    “subtle notes of honeyed apricot and caramel to the rich layers of flavour.” and 2000 pounds of Cherries.
    That brew SHOULD be banned. not only because of its 28 % but THAT is not beer!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
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    “subtle notes of honeyed apricot and caramel to the rich layers of flavour.” and 2000 pounds of Cherries.
    That brew SHOULD be banned. not only because of its 28 % but THAT is not beer!!!!!
    It does spoil the basic idea of beer, and turns it into a hard-liquor vehicle for getting drunk, rather than a nice thirst quencher that can provide a light buzz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusmeister View Post
    It does spoil the basic idea of beer, and turns it into a hard-liquor vehicle for getting drunk, rather than a nice thirst quencher that can provide a light buzz.
    i would give it a go once. as long as it isn't malt liquor.

    always say yes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusmeister View Post
    It does spoil the basic idea of beer, and turns it into a hard-liquor vehicle for getting drunk, rather than a nice thirst quencher that can provide a light buzz.
    i remember BALTIKA made Baltika strong, a 8% Beer. what a crap. and from the way i did read the - history - of this beer, it die not come from brewing as such, they just added extra clean alkohol. wonder if these -brewers- do the same?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
    i remember BALTIKA made Baltika strong, a 8% Beer. what a crap. and from the way i did read the - history - of this beer, it die not come from brewing as such, they just added extra clean alkohol. wonder if these -brewers- do the same?
    Thats the whole nexus of russian beer conspiracy theory. Which brand dilutes with spirit n which do not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusmeister View Post
    It does spoil the basic idea of beer, and turns it into a hard-liquor vehicle for getting drunk, rather than a nice thirst quencher that can provide a light buzz.
    I dont know if u read it or not but the beer is $240 a bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benedikt View Post
    i remember BALTIKA made Baltika strong, a 8% Beer. what a crap. and from the way i did read the - history - of this beer, it die not come from brewing as such, they just added extra clean alkohol. wonder if these -brewers- do the same?
    It must have alcohol added. Yeast dies at or before 13% alcohol, the amount in the strongest wines.
    If you're going to be dumb, you better be tough...

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    Quote Originally Posted by americaninmoscow View Post
    Thats the whole nexus of russian beer conspiracy theory. Which brand dilutes with spirit n which do not.
    no wonder 2 Directors of Baltika were shot and killed. the third one brought back everything as it was -before - and made money once more for the brewers... (that is at least how the local saga goes). and what is now/ it belongs to the carlsberg group. a danish conglomerate..https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlsberg_Group
    by the way founded back than, it was 2 Afghan men who founded the brewery...
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