Heineken

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Europe’s primary achievement in the last half-century is: it is on the way to the New World and has airports for transit. In particular, I don’t think the Dutch did anything useful or consequential in the last two centuries. They almost make up for it with Heineken.

Notes:  Initially, mustard and pepper. Then, grain, corn and malt. Then, touches of citrus and sourness at the finish. Medium body and goes well with almost any food.

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