Everyone Has Different Preferences of Beer in The World

Undoubtedly, the best beer in the world is Belgian beer. I personally love drinking Rochefort 8 and 10. They have a delicate, rich, and full-bodied flavor, making them perfect for enjoying alone or with two friends in a pleasant drinking environment.

To be precise, they are Belgian Trappist beers. I feel that Rochefort beers are not quite up to par. I’ve had the W12 before, and that one is really good. But the price isn’t very attractive!

Everyone has different preferences when it comes to beer, and their tastes can also change at different stages of life.

People who usually drink light beer might not enjoy Trappist beer, and beginners might find IPAs too bitter, while others might find stouts too sweet or barley wines too sour. Experienced beer drinkers might find wheat beer too monotonous and prefer to mix different styles throughout the night.

Beer is a matter of personal taste. I’m particularly fond of beer, I love it, I can drink it, and I drink it all year round. I just looked up the price of this beer, and it’s definitely not something I can afford with my drinking capacity. But I’ve tried Rochefort 10, which is also a Belgian Trappist dark beer, and it’s similar to this one. I’m not a fan of the heavy caramel flavor and the lingering taste of alcohol, but I prefer German-style beers, with a slight wheat aroma and a slightly chilled, dry finish.

The four main ingredients in beer are malt, yeast, water, and hops. Anything else is not a good beer, and can even be an industrial beer blend!

I used to like craft beer for a while, but now I still prefer refreshing types, like Kirin. Lately, I’ve been drinking a lot of imported 1664. A friend recommended Rochefort, but I couldn’t accept it. It’s all a matter of personal taste.

I’ve tried many beer brands, and I find craft beers really hard to drink, and they give me a headache the next day. I still prefer refreshing types.