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Old 03-21-2006, 10:40 PM   #1
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I'm looking for any kind of info on Jupiler. It's a beer in Maastricht. I've a pretty blonde friend who is asking for some when she comes home from study abroad. Far be it from me to deny her. heh. Thanks for any assistance.

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Old 03-21-2006, 10:42 PM   #2
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I've been STONED in Maastricht before...but that's a different forum...

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I'd like to make a correction to Cauldron's contribution above:

I'm looking for any kind of info on Jupiler. It's a beer in Maastricht.
Jupiler is a beer made in Liège (in Belgium).
Actually, Jupiler was named after a small Belgian city (Jupille) where the parent brewery was founded.

Therefore, it's not a beer made in Maastricht (in Holland).

It happens that Liège is only 40km far from Maastricht;
but it doesn't mean it's in Maastricht

Jupiler has been a long time beer provider for student's parties in Belgium (and in particular in Liège)

It's a decent beer. It's not a top notch beer in my opinion.
But it's an averagely good beer, thirst quenching in summer.

Most Belgians like that beer, it's been part of Belgians culture for a long time

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http://www.beertools.com/library/recipe.php?view=11011 is the closest thing I could find. I have a friend who tells me that beer is great, we shall see when I get it brewed.
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