The world’s 10 best beers according to enthusiasts

When you want to know what the world’s best beers are, you ask the experts – the people who drink them, and we’ve put together the world’s top 10 choices.

7-song-of-joy-hill-farmsteadIn a list that was put together in honour of International Beer Day earlier this month, we’re looking at the beers most highly rated by users of beer review site RateBeer.com.

Taken from the site’s annual awards show at the World Beer Festival, a strong list of world beaters has been put together that will surely cater for everybody.

Hosting everything from Belgian Tripels to good old English IPAs, you may not agree with the order, but they’ve been voted for the people by the people.

2 Responses to “The world’s 10 best beers according to enthusiasts”

  1. declan88 says:

    Peach, vanilla, chocolate, caramel? What the hells going on here.

    You,d wonder whether its possible to buy proper beers any more.

    This craft caper is losing the normal beer drinkers who go to the pub after work for a refreshing drink, not to take alcoholic trifles, manufactured for children,s palettes sold on the back of marketing misfires.

    Riddles, Banks and the old Bass before interwhatsit took them over represent nice refreshing, non lollipop beers.

  2. declan88 says:

    Ruddles I mean. Pred text misfire. Maybe that’s happening with craft beer market. Strong hop tang is getting misconverted to over sweet, sickly ditchwater? Just a thought.

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