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Irish Beers.
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Irish Beers.

Dublin is a unique city with over 1000 pubs and house door that are so pretty fit to be post card subjects. Irish in general and Dubliners in particular love their pubs. One could almost say that the pub is a second home, social focal point, for the psyche of […]

Scotland's Innis & Gunn Brewery Invents a New Style of Ale.
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Scotland's Innis & Gunn Brewery Invents a New Style of Ale.

Scotland’s Innis & Gunn Brewery Beer is the world’s most popular alcoholic beverage. It may be ale or lager. The former is brewed using malted barley, water, hops, and specific yeast strains for quick, high-temperature fermentation. Ales are generally sweeter, full-bodied, fruit, copper-tone brown beers that can be produced in […]

British Beer Drinkers Change Their Preferences.
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British Beer Drinkers Change Their Preferences.

British invented ale, and up to 1990’s beer to Britons meant ale. The younger, better-travelled and educated professional Britons have an open mind when it comes to beer. They try lagers, and other styles of beers including those flavoured with unusual ingredients Small British breweries, by necessity, are quick to […]

Belgian Beers.
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Belgian Beers.

Belgian Beers Belgians love with beer is so profound that some aficionados even drink beer for breakfast with cold cuts and crusty country bread. In this small country several hundred breweries produce an amazing amount and range of beer; form lagers to ales to fruit-flavoured beer, and monastery brews. Belgians […]