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List of best-selling beers at Xiamen Tastylife

Updated: 17 Jun 2011
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Summer's here, so where can an expat beer lover find their hometown flavor? Tastylife, an import food store on Jianye Road would be a wise choice. A wide range and decent selection of quality beers and wine are available in the store. Let’s check it out in the following list of refreshing summer beers with full flavor:
           
                      
                   CORONA              DUUEL               ERDINGER         HEINEKEN                 TIGER

              
         
                      KIRIN          KOESTRITZER       NEWCASTLE          SAPPORO                ASAHI
                 
                
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Xiamen's Tastylife aims to provided high-quality imported beer and wine for expats , where you can find most of the usual (and unusual) available from the USA, Japan, Germany and other European countries. Just go and grab your shopping basket for a cool summer. 
   
Add: 105, Guomeng Building, No.10, Jianye Road (behind Marco Polo not far from Apple Travel)
Tel: 0592 5119190
   
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otto Commented on 18 Jun 2011
i agree carlito!
i like becks.
becks is originally from bremen, germany, but they gave a license to a fujian brewery. it tastes different, but not bad.
still my favorite chinese beer is tsingtao due to the cheap price and reliable quality ;)

...and, when you are in a area with bad beer, make sure it is as cold as possible. this way it is at least a bit refreshing.
Carlito Commented on 17 Jun 2011
Nothing usual or unusual from my hometown... :-(
  

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