Just got the latest issue of the Brewery History Journal. It's one of the few beer publications I get excited about. Why might that be?
An article entitled "An evaluation of the number and distribution of Burton unions" particularly attracted my attention. Fascinating. And useful at the same time. The author, Paul Bayley, unlike populist beer writers, can be arsed to list his sources. They run to seven and a half pages.
Well done, Paul. You put the majority of beer writers to shame with your research and references. Why isn't all beer-writing of this quality?
Brewing Industry Advances In The Jazz Era - 1920s Innovations in Packaging Beer Echo Down The Ages Some may wonder why the 1908 Molson Pale Ale, or that style of “real ale”, was out of production for...
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