A very strange decision… ProbablyWhy on earth would anybody want to write about lager? It’s nasty, fizzy, too cold and doesn’t taste of anything.
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Author Archives: Andrew
Still on the hiatus from blogging (is nearly three years still a hiatus?), there’s some great stuff being blogged about the origins of the lager boom in the UK. From the ever-excellent ‘Shut up about Barclay Perkins’: “In 1947 there … Continue reading
Lovely piece from SVT via Pete Brown about the taste – or otherwise of Stella Artois. http://petebrown.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/the-mischievous-swede-and-truth-about.html
Czech this time. A lovely bit of ‘proper’ research done by someone who speaks the language, Evan Rail in Prague. And a summary and further comment by Martyn Cornell. Great reading.