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20 best Fictional Beers

Forget Duff, anyone for Leopard, Scorpion or Butterbeer?

If there's one thing us humans have learned in our fleeting existence atop this planet, it's that yeast, hops and malted barley mixed with H20 makes for quite the satisfying beverage.

Our lust for the amber nectar also known as 'beer' is such that, having exhausted the myriad of real world tipples - from lagers and stouts to bitters and pale ales - we though it high time we started appreciating some of the finest beers we've never tasted. And by that we mean the ones that are entirely fictional, and yet every bit as familiar as a bottle of Grolsch or lukewarm can of Kronenbourg.

From Duff to Pawtucket Patriot via Romulan Ale and Samuel Jackson (yep, that one), behold the 20 finest fictional beers to ever grace our TV and cinema screens...

(Images: Rex Features, YouTube, Flickr: ejpphoto, Boak and Bailey)

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