Thursday, 1 July 2010
The Times beer supplement — read it here
Yersterday The Times published a Best of Beer supplement that featured the work of Pete Brown, Ben McFarland and myself amongst others. Once again I would hazard a claim that this supplement marked the continued interest of the nationals in beer (I did something for the the DT in April, which you can read here), and I hope it will continue. Back to The Times’ supplement — if you missed it you can read it here.
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Just had a quick glance and it looks excellent. Nice one.ReplyDelete
Your DT article was good, except for the ridiculous photo. Please tell me you didn't supply that as well!?ReplyDelete
Mark — pic was done by snapper, in the Black Boy at Winchester, very friendly barmaid when I was in back in Feb, she knew her ales.
Nice supplement from Wapping, but if I read again that Egyptian beer was called "kash" I shall smack someone over the head with a bottle. It was Sumerian beer that was named "kash". Egyptian beerwas called "hek", where the "e" represents a vowel sound of unknown quantity, since the Egyptian writing system didn't include the vowels.ReplyDelete
Nowt to do with me Martyn, I’m very much o-level beer history (my speciality is European warfare), I leave it to you and Ron…ReplyDelete
Great read, If I wasn't a beer nut already I would certainly be drawn in by that suuplement.ReplyDelete
I was going to have a moan about NZ being represented in the World Cup of Beer with the terminally boring Montieths Lager untill I saw that the States got Budweiser. Far dues.ReplyDelete
DJ — thanksReplyDelete
Kieran — those sort of features (I recall doing one for the MA in 2006) are limited by what you can get unfortunately, I wonder if we will be seeing Emerson’s, Moa or Epic over here sometime.