you can get brooklyn lager in our local ASDA which is acceptable
but the variety I came across, the flavours from rich malt to flowert hoppy and the strengths of some of them was sensational. A lot opf these beers went really well with food.
A lot of beers do go well with food. It mildly annoys me that all those poncy food programs (to which I am strangely addicted ) always, but ALWAYS select a wine to accompany their food. I wish just one of them would have the guts to choose a beer to go with a rich meat dish.