Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 26th Feb 2009 09:31 UTC, submitted by itomato
Mac OS X A few days ago, we concluded (yes, we did!) that it was cool to run Windows 3.1 on your Nokia N95 using Qemu. Of course, the Apple world couldn't stay behind, and now we have one of Apple's obsolete operating systems running on the iPhone: System 7, also using Qemu.
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RE[6]: No we didn't
by dagw on Thu 26th Feb 2009 13:59 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: No we didn't"
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If you like british beer, you should check the hommelbier from belgium.

Not the same at all. For one thing it's brewed to over 7%, which gives it a very different charactaristic from british ales.

I'm not the only one who think belgian beers are the best. It's not a matter of taste.

Look I'm not arguing that Belgium doesn't have many great beers, it does. Many of my favorite beers are Belgian. But saying Belgium beers are the best as an absolutist statement is just silly.

Nowhere in the world can you find a pub with 2500 diffeent beers

The Delirium Pub here in Sweden claims 2000 different beers, and there's another pub in Stockholm claiming 1400. Given how small a country Sweden is I'd be very surprised to learn that no othe country had pubs with similar selections.

I've also had a fair number of those beers sold at Delirium and honestly most of them aren't very good. In fact I've basically stopped going to Delirium in favour of pubs that take a more curatorial approach to their beer selection. I'd rather have a pub with 100 great betters and 100 bad beers over a pub with 100 great beers and 2400 bad beers. The odds are much better that way.

. Belgium has more english-style beers than england itself

Really, where did you get this from? According to CAMRA there are over 2500 different real ales brewed regularly in Britain. Are you seriously telling me that Belgium makes more british styled real ale than that?

most of them taste better than english beers.

Really? Name three Belgium beers that can compete against a top british real ale as a british style real ale. You're getting carried away with your praise for Belgium here.

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RE[7]: No we didn't
by Soulbender on Thu 26th Feb 2009 17:45 in reply to "RE[6]: No we didn't"
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According to CAMRA there are over 2500 different real ales brewed regularly in Britain.

Hmm...and since we just learned that Belgium has 2500 beers that mean they only make ale. Who, then, make the Trappist and kriek?

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