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What's your favorite Polish beer?



vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #91

sorry... off the subject of beer slightly, but i used to live with 3 polish guys from warsaw, and we used to drink this polish vodka with a bit of grass or a long leaf in it...? does anyone know it??? i need to know the name so my boyfriend cn bring some back with him... thanks

:)


sapphire 22 | 1,245    
5 Jan 2007  #92

How about Redds? Its sweet and tastes like a cross between cider and beer... or is that just me?

sorry... off the subject of beer slightly, but i used to live with 3 polish guys from warsaw, and we used to drink this polish vodka with a bit of grass or a long leaf in it...? does anyone know it???

Zubrowka... available in all good Turkish supermarkets in the UK.. for the hefty price of £15! much cheaper in Poland.. obviously
vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #93

thanks sapphire, very valuable information! :)
sapphire 22 | 1,245    
5 Jan 2007  #94

no problem..its great isnt it. not sure where you live, but you can also get it in some supermarkets and off-licences in the UK. Traditionally drunk with apple juice, ice and slice.. although Ive recently tried it with Bitter Lemon and Cranberry (not together), which werent bad either..
vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #95

i live in norwich, but as you say, its so much cheaper in poland, so ill get him to bring quite a few bottles over... we used to drink it with apple juice too, shot of zubrowka then the apple, mmmmm i cant wait, and i know this is totaly off the subject of beer, but jacek, one of the guys i lived with used to bring these 'soya chops' back from poland we're both vegetarians, anywy ive looked all over for them and cant find them anywhere, any idea what they're called, or a translation??? thanks :)
sapphire 22 | 1,245    
5 Jan 2007  #96

sorry have no idea about that one, but Im sure someone else could help you if you start a new thread in food and drink. God I could do with a Zubrowka right now.. but Im at work so maybe not the best idea.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,520    
5 Jan 2007  #97

Zubrowka...

bison piss... great stuff...!

mix with apple juice to produce charlottka... dirnk huge quantities... smile lots... and sit down... :)

asda used to stock it...
vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #98

asda used to stock it...

intrestingly enough, whilst i was living with these polish guys and consuming vast amounts of zubrowka, i was working in asda.
thats not interesting is it......
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,520    
5 Jan 2007  #99

obviously a happy coincidence...
vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #100

not that happy as asda didn't stock it when i was there, so we'd have to wait for either someone else to come over and live with us or for one of the guys to go home,
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,520    
5 Jan 2007  #101

not that happy as asda didn't stock it when i was there

life can be so cruel at times...
vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #102

true... :) do you live in england?
vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #104

okay, i was just looking for some help with the nme of some polish food, i posted a topic but no one has answered, have ever heard of soya chops????
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,520    
5 Jan 2007  #105

yeah... saw that post...

what are soya chops...?

my local super market... asda again... does alsorts of soya products... sausages... mince... chiken type pieces...
vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #106

we cant find them anywhere, they're dryed soya blocks, that look a bit like chops of a sort.... the reason i want to get some brought over is they're so cheap like a huge bag for about £1 that lasts months, and they just taste better than the stuff you get in asda etc, by the way do you work there? you seem to be doing some very good PR for them.

hopefully someone will know what the hell im on about....
so are you english or polish living here?
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,520    
5 Jan 2007  #107

never seen them but as i am vegetarian i will keep my eyes open...

im english but do *business* in poland so spend a lot of time over there... nothing to do with asda...
Wroclaw 45 | 5,409    
5 Jan 2007  #108

Vezza,

If you mean those soya things that you soak first and they taste like chewy mushrooms. We have them in shops nearby. I have no idea what they are called or who makes them.
vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #109

THATS IT!!!!!!!!! I cant find them anywhere here, if u come across them anytome soon i'd love to know what they're called,
thanks :)
Wroclaw 45 | 5,409    
5 Jan 2007  #110

Now I know what you want I will look out for them and let you know soon. :)

edit: A family member tells me that they are in Tesco
vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #111

seems im not looking in the right stores! someone said they used to sell zubrowka in asda and now soya chops in tesco! thanks for your help though

:)
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,520    
5 Jan 2007  #112

someone said

what... ive been renegated to the ranks of just *someone*...?
vezza 2 | 26    
5 Jan 2007  #113

WROCLAW SAID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
is that better?
sorry, its hard to remember all the names.
im new here dont pick on me :)

**** got the wrong name hahhhhahaha whoops
BUBBAWOO SAID!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
HHHHAHAHAHAHAHHH
:)
Amathyst 19 | 2,705    
5 Jan 2007  #116

ill have one for you when im there in 3 weeks time!:)
szkotja2007 27 | 1,510    
5 Jan 2007  #117

Zubrowka is stocked in my local Tescos. My Polish friends say it tastes different to the stuff back home - I dont think so - also do a few Polish vodkas too. Bit pricey though.

( Bison Piss LOL )
Kamyk 2 | 61    
24 Jan 2007  #118

1. Lech
2. Tyskie
3. Warka

... Unfortunatelly I cannot find any "Lech" in LCBOs here in Canada :) :) :)
Zgubiony 15 | 1,555    
31 Jan 2007  #119

Anyone ever try Black Boss? It's brewed in Witnica. It's a good porter...if you like porters :) 9.4%
FISZ 24 | 2,117    
9 Feb 2007  #120

I'd reather not create a thread just for British beer, but I was weondering what's the best that comes out of the UK. I really enjoy Boddingtons on tap. Prob my favorite aside from Guinness.




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