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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Category Archives: Marketing
I’ve been casting around the internet trying to find various sources for some reviews I’m writing for a new beer book and came across a wonderful video interview with the late great Michael Jackson over at Sheltonbrothers.com. I spoke to … Continue reading
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
Just Another Beer? Not to Those in Laos – NYTimes.com – Mozilla Firefox. And people wonder about the power of word of mouth when it comes to lager? Have a look at this story from the New York Times.