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Q: What is the best Chinese stout beer?

9 years 22 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Hangzhou

 
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Local Chinese beers dont come in a "stout" variety. Perhaps Im just misunderstanding the definition of stout. But the average beer here sits just around 3% alcohol.

Look in the import section. And even then, keep an eye on the alcohol content because even the imports sometimes get changed on the way over.

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Qingdao beer

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I've bought a Beer called NAALE Stout Beer tastes the way it sounds, there is also TSINGTAO Stout, I thought it is So So.
The one I like, but is hard to get, has a gold purple and black label with 5 heads of Barley I don't know what it is called because it has a Chinese name with the words Dark Beer written underneath

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All Chinese beer tastes the same regardless of the brand. Stout beer is available but of low quality, it tastes different from other Chinese beer but not up to western standard.

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