Ref below, not sure what hunter gathering has to do with this but otherwise fairy accurate, though forgetting the main uk types of bitter,best bitter and the now saddly not so common though slowly reappearing, thankfuly, mild, the newer versions of which are often called dark to avoid conotations with flat caps.Try one you will be surprised!Good lagers are availabe also but they do not come from the major international keg factorys!
Pint of real ale please landlord.
originaly marketed in the uk as a canadian(briefly and dubiously) lager brand with the after tag of black label.Has out lasted the rest of the early cheap and nasty lager brands due only to marketing. Tastes of tin if it comes in one or not.If ever the addage of tip it straight into the toilet and save your self the trouble, was ,it applies to this stuff!
carling ? got ANYTHING else?
shortened common usage for stella artois, see that.
stella stela stellaa etc bang or barf
ref below;about accurate on the abv, but not generally pale, although the new trend for "summer beers" tends to be going that way. Traditional pale ales are different as they tend to be less bitter or strong and are so a different category.IPA:India Pale Ale is again different as it is hoppier and generally paler but in its proper form much stronger, above 6%abv.There is a modern trend to label light hoppy beers as IPA,this is wrong they are pale ales. Duchars is a prime example it is a nice beer but at3.6 definatly not an IPA.
Pint of bitter please landlord
over priced beer factory alcoplop that turns people into morons: see below
stella artois, stella, stela, sstelaa etc bang or barf