Eh, Amstel is drinkable. It´s mostly the same as Jupiler but without the cool raging bull label.
Also, today I visited heaven.
It´s located a whopping 1.5 hours of travel by public transport from me and it consists of 400m² (4300ft²) of beer.
They have all sorts of fancy and crazy beers like Delirium (which has a badass pink elephant as a logo) and Brewdog's Royal Virility Performance
'Arise Prince Willy'.
A special beer brewed for the royal wedding. I'd have bought it just for the name but it cost a scary €10.70 ($14.65)
I bought a Guinness pint glass, a bottle of St. Peter's Cream Stout
, a bottle of Barney Flats Oatmeal Stout
and a bottle of Rochefort 10
The last two I will be enjoying with the fancy meal I'll be cooking tomorrow.
The St. Peter's I had today and it was pretty **** good, it instantly made sense to me why one pairs this type of beer with chocolate. It's kind of like guinness but sweeter, with more of a chocolaty malt flavour and especially much more flavour than your average guinness.
I did expect it to be smoother than it was but I was still sad I only bought one and it did cost me something like €3.50 ($4.80).
Very much looking forward to the Oatmeal Stout with dessert. (And the Rochefort, but I know that's amazing as I've had it before)