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Category Archives: Brands
Lager arrives after WW II
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
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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
How about a history lesson with that lager?
Nineteenth century lager (and brewing) moguls were not backwards in coming forwards about their own role in the greatness of their beers. Whether by design or association, the pioneers of the new scientific brewing from the 1850s onwards were men … Continue reading
Posted in Advertising, Brands, Brewing history, Lager Tagged Canada, Labatt, Molson, Sleeman Comments Off on How about a history lesson with that lager?