pint of "bitter"

Hi everybody, me again!
This one goes out to all of you who have a good knowledge of British culture...
The reason for my post is as before (for my fiancee's English course).
I need a tiny bit of help with the following sentence, mainly because I can't give an accurate description of exactly what it is that one calls the alcoholic drink "bitter" in Britain (I have never been to the UK!)...
"There is a typical English pub, where you can enjoy a pint of bitter."...
I can translate to "bitter": "Il y a un pub typique anglais, ou tu peux apprecier une pinte de..."
Any help would be great, thanks.
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