Firstly, Trev, i'm not sure if there's a Rochefort 12. They have the 6, 8 and 10. Unless, of course, you're talking about the Westvleteren 12, which is apparently the best beer in existance and i'd kill everyone in this forum to try one.
As for strongest ales go, i'm not sure. The strongest beer in the world itself is somewhere around 25% and is a barley wine. Not that i've ever tried it, but I could imagine it wouldn't be anything too "beer" tasting to most.
Wong: As for Erdingers, there tend to be a number of beers with that name. I've tried the Weissbier (wheat beer), Weissbier Dunkel (dark wheat), and Pikantus (dark wheat bock). The latter was probably my favourite.
As for Heineken...not a fan. It's fuckin expensive here as is, and is nothing more than a shitty skunky lager. There are better lagers you can get here for almost half the price a case!!!
As for JB being better than JD. You gotta be kiddin me Trev. JB has nothing on JD. Less alcoholic, weaker flavour, and JD is still smoother. Let the flame ignite!
HagarTech: Fosters is still a crappy lager, not matter where it's brewed. You live in the UK man, you have plenty of nice ales and bitters over there dammit!
And i'm sure Glenfiddich is nice...but the fact of the matter is it's a single malt...ie fuckin expensive, especially down these parts. So i've never had the chance to sample it. Actually, i've tried a sip of it on the rocks, but that's nothing really.
As for drunken antics, who gives a shit. I lost my pride many many years ago, and so I don't care what happens when drunk, cause chances are i've done worse!
Muggus, I'm not sure what the criteria are, but I'm certain Semiclaus is in the Guinness Book of records as strongest ale. That Rochefort stuff, I knew there was three different ones on the beer menu I saw, but I couldn't really remember the numbers. And the JB vs JD thing, I'm not slagging off Jack in any way, I just slightly prefer Jim. Plus there are two common different strength Jim Beams, but a rare stronger Jack Daniels that nowhere seems to have.
Booze is different all around the world anyway.