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    Kiwi_rice

    Craft Beer Pubs in Hong Kong

    Anyone know where can I found non-cheesy, crappy pubs in Hong Kong please? If they serve craft beer that will be a bonus!

    Thanks,
    Tony


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    The Globe
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    and the El Grande Bars (East End, HK Brew House, Cochranes, Slims, etc)
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    I would add the White Stag, just next to/below the Trafalgar.


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    Kiwi_rice

    Ooh, thanks!


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    The Globe, if you want the biggest selection, be it British, Australian, US, Japanese or Belgian craft beers. Also: Stone's, any of the Liquid Assets chains, those mentioned above. Low-cost, super-local option: Biere von Irene in Yuen Long. Chill option with a few Belgian beers in Peng Chau: the French cafe right in the center of town, 40 meters from the ferry.

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    Thanks guys! Now where could I find a drinking buddy....


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    Frites has over 75 Belgian beers on it's menu, they do not necessarily always have 75 beers in stock though as i found out on my last visit.


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    But, as I recall from my one and only visit there, Frites is also outrageously expensive (meaning about twice the price of other places, which sell Belgian beers for about $35-$45 per bottle).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gruntfuttock:
    But, as I recall from my one and only visit there, Frites is also outrageously expensive (meaning about twice the price of other places, which sell Belgian beers for about $35-$45 per bottle).
    I agree, i have only been once also. From memory they were between $60-120 per bottle.

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    I just order all those Belgian beers that I like from the supplier here (you can do personal orders, and free delivery for orders over $800). Individual beers are 25-35 and 400-600 for a carton. Still expensive but worth it for me. Can also by fancy beer glasses from them. I seem to have a bit of a collection now. I just order a month or so's worth at a time, get some mates over and put on some music. Just got a carton of Trappistes Rochefort 10, damn it's good, dunno if I can make it last a month.


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