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Carlovski

Innis & Gunn

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Had a couple of bottles of this again last night, and forgot how good it is.

It would be a perfect 'gateway' beer to introduce a commercial lager drinker into the wider world of beer, it's best served cold and has quite a bit of sweetness.

Is anyone else a fan?


I love animals.

They are delicious.

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I keep looking at this when I do my drinks shopping and wonder why the high price tag. Then I buy Leffe and Hoegaarden the same as normal. Ok I know they are completely different animals but I like them.

I am going to buy a bottle or two today, and give it a try, later perhaps. Will let you know what I think.

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