The label clearly says beer, and like your Fruli and even Snake Bite and Black, this beer comes in two fruity flavours; Peach (pictured) and Watermelon. Peach was our favourite but did become a bit sickly towards the end. Would recommend to ‘designated drivers’ everywhere.
Found in a shop, aptly named Tehran on the Finchley Road, London
Clean, crisp taste from the Korean Republic. A really enjoyable brew!
What a gem of a beer – flavoursome and crisp. There are several other Baltika beers, all with different numbers e.g. Baltika 7. This one will suffice for now. We picked this beer up from a Russian food called Kalinka, between Bayswater and Queensway tube stations. Their impressive selection of Russian beers was only beaten by their array of Vodkas.
Football every evening – don’t want it to end!!
The Greeks invented this. Extra points for having a Unicorn on the label. Bagged this beauty from a lovely Greek Grocery on Moscow Road, W2 called Athenian. Lot’s of people have commented (not below) that this was the beer of their holiday in such and such a year, guess it all adds to the Mythos……..I’ll get my coat!
This is just to prove that I drank this today. And by the way, that’s half way through the challenge people!
A tad stronger than what my Granny used to drink. This Nigerian export can be found in most London off-licenses.
Same day as finding the Argentine, this Swiss beer, 1936, pops up in Hampsted, North London! Crisp and refreshing.