Belgian wrote:Alesmith Speedway Stout - holy cow what a powerful, delicous beer. I've wanted to try this for about ten years, and the 'muchness' of Alesmith's beer-crafting makes their products extremely rewarding. I could envisage the barrel-aged version being even more mouth-coating, if that's even possible.
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Golden Pheasant (Slovakia)
Both have a respectable biscuit malt profile, and while Golden Pheasant or Czechvar might be the perfect foil to a hot crunchy schnitzel, I might stick with the Goose IPA as my main fridge beer for the forseeable future (while see how Stone IPA impresses me upon its hopefully pristine arrival.)
The batch of Pilsner Urquell in stores right now was canned/bottled in mid March. The Czechvar was brewed early January. I love Czechvar, but the Urquell is in far better shape right now. at many places it's $2 a can.