I'm not a great fan of Brewdog if I'm honest - Punk IPA always tastes like a Glaswegian bar ashtray to my tastebuds. But if I can find it, I'll give it a go. Oakham Ales I've seen in pubs as far away as Staffordshire (to wit, the Gresley Arms in Alsager's Bank).
Each to his own.
An offence that sadly isn't yet capital. IIRC the best temperature to serve "proper" beer at is around 10 Celsius.
You'd bloody hate this then.
They're a Glasgow company so you might be onto something there. TBH, if you don't like Punk IPA then you probably won't like any of their stuff. I just can't get enough of it. Maybe it's a Marmite type thing.
All alcohol should be served at room temperature.
At the large multinational financial services company I work for we saw a timeline which doesn't have us going back to the office until January.
I think ours may be revised in the coming weeks to be more like this. In normal times office capacity is for around 600 people and we have 1000 employed so even with people out on site visits and client meetings etc it was a fight for decent desk space. To maintain social distancing they’ll have to half the original capacity (and I wonder if the air conditioning will render it all futile anyway).bluebellnutter wrote: ↑Sat May 09, 2020 7:09 pmAt the large multinational financial services company I work for we saw a timeline which doesn't have us going back to the office until January.
I don't say chill it, just stop it from being warm.Boiler wrote: ↑Sat May 09, 2020 4:24 pmAn offence that sadly isn't yet capital. IIRC the best temperature to serve "proper" beer at is around 10 Celsius.
If you chill it to lager temperature it tastes horrid. I still have memories of bottles of beer in ice buckets in Rio, because that's how they like it - and in small glasses too.
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