UK based forum members who don't find it easy to track down great brews might enjoy this site - http://www.onlyfinebeer.co.uk/ - I have no connection BTW.
Hmmm... I rather think that forum members in the UK would do better to go to their local real ale pub, and steer well clear of just about anything in a bottle, and definitely keep well away from cans. The likes of Flowers Original, Pompeii Royal, Thomas Weathereds, Courage Directors, and the hundreds of other locally brewed masterpieces just cannot be matched by a lager overchilled to the point where you can't taste it. As a young member posted above, it's chilled that far so you can't
taste it - it's awful stuff otherwise!
You may gather that I'm an ale rather than a lager fan - very, very true, but I would definitely make exception for many of the excellent products to come out of Belgium. DT and Chimay are certainly good examples, but there are thousands (lierally) of others - can't say I like the fruity stuff though!
PS - From one who used to work in the brewing industry - the search was always to create a beer which offended as few people as possible to appeal to the biggest possible market. Alcohol content couldn't be too high or you'd drink less of it before you fell over - too low and it tasted like civet urine. Hence the proliferation we have today of dumbed-down, bland, mass-unoffending bladder fillers. Essentially the same stuff with just enough small difference to create brand differential.