Beer in Hong Kong

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    Beer in Hong Kong

    Can someone explain to me why beer in hong kong tends to be priced in such a vague manner?

    -- Irish Beer tends to be the most expensive. Please don't give me crap about transportation etc..

    -- German beers take 7 minutes to serve

    -- Carlsberg has a chemical taste to it

    -- Tsing Tao is non existant in Lan Kwai Fong

    -- Most bars don't have a clue about refrigeration ...

    -- Where can one get good hoegaarden? Other than Al's diner please!

    -- Where do you recommend people go for a good 'escape' pint?

    Just asking some random and rather unusual questions... don't mind me.


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    best hoegaarden would have to be from Beer Bay, but if you want all the trimmings then I would have to say Shooters 52, where I have totally shocked the delectable Carmen, by eschewing the usual JD/Tetley for the Belgian Brew


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    Hoegaarden in the right glasses also at 1/ Beer Garden behind Sunning Plaza 2 / Fringe Club , Central 3/ Quite a few of the pubs in Wanchai 4/ Beligos in Quarry Bay 5/ East End Brewery in Quarry Bay

    Decent hand-pulled ale: 1/ Hong Kong Football Club, Happy Valley. 2/ Beer Bay Discovery Bay Plaza and Lamma Ferry pier ( pier #4) opposite IFC