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Category Archives: Imported lager
Castlemaine XXXX to be withdrawn
A slump in demand from British drinkers has led to brewers calling time on Australian lager Castlemaine XXXX.
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Why is British lager so weak?
Ron Pattinson over at his fantastically named blog asks the question about why British lager is so weak . Here’s an excerpt, you can read the rest on Ron’s blog: “In accordance with the announcement made in the House of … Continue reading
Posted in Brewing history, Imported lager, Lager, Marketing Tagged Beer, Carlsberg 3 Comments