Beer [was Re: R: [funsec] "Safest ever" passport is not fit for purpose]

Dennis Henderson hendomatic at gmail.com
Thu Mar 8 14:39:18 CST 2007


On 3/8/07, der Mouse <mouse at rodents.montreal.qc.ca> wrote:
>
> >> [I]n England [...] pretty much every pub offers good beer, and
> >> served at the correct temperature, too.
>
> I forget where I saw this....
>
>        "It is said that the English like to drink their beer warm.
>        This is not true.  They drink their beer at room temperature.
>        No-one who has spent much time in England will confuse this
>        with `warm'."



A truly good beer can be drank at most any temperature under 70 degrees.
My experience with English beers is that the ales were served at "cellar"
temperatures and the lagers like Carlsberg were chilled slightly more.
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: http://linuxbox.org/pipermail/funsec/attachments/20070308/daaa2e91/attachment.htm


More information about the funsec mailing list