Best Beers In The World 2013

Wednesday, Jul 6, 2022, 5:12 pm
By:Tony Williams

1.Westvleteren 8

This is another beer made by those monks in Belgium. It is strong, it is dark, it is only sold in small quantities, and you will be very lucky to drink any of it unless you travel to Belgium itself and camp outside the monastery itself and wait for them to make it.

Westvleteren 8-Best Beers In The World 2013


This is classed as being a sour ale and in order to add to its flavor it is actually aged in Pinot Noir barrels for up to 12 months. Experts will also say that it has quite a complex flavor to it and is also quite tart to the taste, so as long as you enjoy that kind of thing you are going to love what this beer has to offer you.

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This is quite a traditional ale and it is good to taste one considering all of the modern day twists that are out there on the market. This beer is brewed following the recipe that came from Germany and it is quite well balanced, is pleasant to taste, and overall is just a cool beer to drink.

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4.Bourbon County

This Imperial Stout comes from Chicago and it is a beer that does have a bit of a kick at 13%. It is brewed using chocolate as well as being left to age for 2 years in bourbon barrels, so you just know that it is going to work its way into the taste of the beer and produce something that is unique and also quite brilliant.

Bourbon County-Best Beers In The World 2013


This is classed as being a sour ale, so it may not be to the liking of everybody that tries it. This beer does go through quite a length process in order for it to be made as it is actually left to age for anything between 9 to 15 months in Chardonnay barrels. The result? A medium bodied ale that your taste buds will love.

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6.Pliny the Elder

This beer is quite light to the taste, but then it is made using fresh hops and citrus pine. People love how light it is, as well as the fact that it is quite dry, but a perfectly balanced beer and it is no surprise that it is voted as being one of the best beers in the world in 2013.

Pliny the Elder-Best Beers In The World 2013


One of the first things to hit you with this beer is that it is very dark, but then it is brewed with both coffee and chocolate, so would you expect it to be any other color? The flavor is very rich indeed and they also age it for a bit in oak bourbon barrels, so you just know it is going to be an amazing beer to drink.

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This is a quality ale and it comes with quite a light taste to it, but you can really get the hops coming through from every mouthful. This ale is certainly not bitter and apparently people get hints of mango as well as peach coming through, although whether you do is up to your taste buds.

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9.Expedition stout

This beer is black in color and for some people that may put them off a bit. The head is also brown, but when it comes to the taste then it is actually quite sweet and malty, which is surprising to some people. It also has a strong roasted coffee aroma to it as well, which is quite customary for this type of beer.

Expedition stout-Best Beers In The World 2013

10.Speedway Stout

This stout is impressive and at 12% it does have a bit of a kick on it. They brew it with coffee as this helps to just give it an extra little kick, but if you try some then expect it to have a full bodied and strong taste that may take a bit of getting used to before you can settle down to enjoy it.

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11.Dark Lord

This beer is only sold on the last Saturday of April and it is limited to 6000 bottles. This is classed as a Russian stout and they say it is made with honey, coffee, and molasses, so you can imagine the kind of taste that you are going to be hit with as soon as you take a sip.

Dark Lord-Best Beers In The World 2013

12.Westvleteren XII

This beer is from Belgian and it is actually brewed by monks. They keep things simple with only basic ingredients and you can actually buy it straight from the monastery every single week. The chances are you will have problems in finding it for sale, but if you are lucky enough to try some, then it is going to blow your taste buds away.

Westvleteren XII-Best Beers In The World 2013



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