Sorry mate, don't have an answer to this question, but would be interested to know if you found anyway. Please let me know - andrewthoman@Yahoo.ca.
The LCBO will be carrying VB in 6 pack cans and bottles. Both packages will be 375ml, instead of the typical import size of 330ml such as Heineken and Stella. They will also have 500ml cans available. Alberta will also be carrying both the bottles and the can at some of the independent and chain stores, but I have not heard if they will be carrying the 500ml can. This should be happening some time in early 2010.
Now available at The Beer Store too - $1.50 off on 6 packs until the middle of October. The LCBO has 500 ml cans
Victoria Bitter (Australian)
Right now, Victoria Bitter is not sold in the US at all.
From what information is available online, Victoria Bitter beer cannot be sold in the US because of specific bottling laws. It is available in Canada and the UK. Coopers is available at specific Australian restaurants in NYC as is Tooheys. No word on whether XXXX Beer is available in the US as of yet. VB is now available in San Fran.The store is called Cellar360.
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Victoria Bitter (beer)
Just found VB Beer in Canada. In Ontario it's through the LCBO
Bitter Funeral Beer was created in 1981-01.
Beer - lager - is commonly considered the traditional alcoholic drink of Australia. (VB) Victoria Bitter is a good place to start.
Cheers! Then try to drink at the same pace as they are, unless its something like a Melbourne Bitter, then run away, fast
No, but the flavor of the beer can change. It can go flat or become bitter.
No but drinking it is very Australian
YeastANS 2 - the hops or taste of them is what makes beer 'bitter' . The only part yeast has in this is encouraging fermentation.
At a store that sells beer
hmmm tricky question? VICTORIA maybe? i dot know
Maggie Beer was elected for senior Australian of the year in 2010
Steinlager is a New Zealand beer produced by Lion Nathan and is sold all around the world. Fosters Lager is an Australian beer produced by the Fosters Group, formerly known as Carlton and United Breweries in Melbourne, Victoria. Ironically it is possibly the most well known of Australian beers internationally, but is not all that popular in Australia. Castlemaine XXXX is an Australian beer produced by the Castlemaine Perkins Brewery in Brisbane, Queensland. The joke is that it is called "XXXX" (four ecks) because Queenslanders cannot spell "beer". It is named for the Victorian city of Castlemaine where the brewery first started operations. Tooheys New is an Australian beer produced by Tooheys Brewery (owned by Lion Nathan) in Sydney, New South Wales.
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Tinny or Tinnie (from 'tin can').