Ooh. It's slightly scary to see just how many beers on that list I actually have tried. Though some of that comes from having spent a lot of time living in the UK, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands.
I was in Brussels in late summer of '15 at the time of their annual beer festival, held at Brussels Grand Place. At the entrances to the Square there were big signs several feet high and wide listing the beers available in small print. I estimated there were about 400 of them. Admittedly, probably the worst as well as the best, but it was pretty daunting. (I thought I might have a picture, but it seems I don't.) Unfortunately I was working, so didn't get to spend time sampling, but in retrospect probably just as well.
I'm getting an Urquell under my belt (does elastic waistband count?) right now, as it happens...
Received this as a generous gift last year. I’ve decided it’s time to crack it open tonight. Nice burn, slightly peppery, light oak, ginger, stone fruit. Not overly complex but very enjoyable. Made using Australian weeping grass (like rye). From the Adelaide Hills. Cheers