Friday, 6 March 2009

Beer O’Clock: A dinner-party top ten

image002 While awaiting the return of our fearless beer pioneers Neil and Stu to the hallowed territory that is Beer O’Clock, your correspondent PC has cast his eye abroad, and between making libations of Guinness and (this afternoon) Kilkenny to the great god Bacchus has uncovered an Anglo-centric top ten of beers that might ensure you  take a beer or six to your next dinner party instead that treacherous grape.

You might call it your dinner-party top ten, if you can track down a friendly bottle store.

Read 10 of the best beers.

1 comment:

  1. Peter,
    Great post, hadn't come across this list. If you are into beer top ten lists, check these ones out:
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    http://www.toptentopten.com/topten/cities+for+beer+lovers+
    http://www.toptentopten.com/topten/best+american+beer+bars

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