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Does British bitter appeal to Poles? 'good draught beer'


gucio
30 Mar 2014 #1
My wife and I are Poles living in Canada, having first lived in UK for 20 years. There is never a social occasion whithout my wife reminiscing about good ' ol british draught beer, and how no American or Canadian beer can ever come close. Much less fussy about my drink I often wonder if there are any other Polish expat connoisseurs of British pub beers in preference to your typical Polish lagers.
Jardinero 1 | 405
30 Mar 2014 #2
That's obviously up to our taste buds as individuals, but personally I would have to side with your wife. It's tough to match the taste of English ales/bitters, not to mention the great variety of local brews available at your average English pub (not the case in Poland/US).
InWroclaw 89 | 1,915
30 Mar 2014 #3
There's a vast array of great Polish beers here. It seems there's every conceivable kind, along with some international brands in the supermarkets. As for preferring British beer, I think I'd be going a bit loopy if I missed UK beers. Few UK pubs had the real ales or decent beer likely to cause any sentimentality about that. Really, the only thing I like about pubs in England is JD Wetherspoon's cheap meals menu. Even cheap Polish beer is pretty darn good, as far as I'm concerned.


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