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Lithuanian Mead
« on: January 09, 2009, 11:44:15 pm »
 One of our car cleaners at work brought a bottle of ;
'Lietuviskasn Midus Stakliskes'  12%  :P :thumbsup:

 The latter Staskliskas being the name of the town it is brewed in, it is brewed with natural bee's honey, hops, blossoms of lime, juniper berries and some other stuff.

 It is a medium ale colour, smells like a spirit would and tastes like a cross between a port, dessert wine and a beer.

 It has that sweet strong wine taste but with a slight spirit type after burn.

 I love it but I only have the one bottle :)

http://www.midus.lt/en.php?p=History
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