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Defining "Craft" Beer... 7 years 11 months ago #7

You can't diss King James, ruler of all Craft Brewers, like that...

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Defining "Craft" Beer... 7 years 11 months ago #8

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Some great posts.
I was following the discussion on twitter
I can see arguments for both sides.

Its nice up here on my fence

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Defining "Craft" Beer... 7 years 11 months ago #9

Martyn Cornell weighs in

[url:1s338p4x]http://www.propelinfo.com/pi-Newsletter-sapient.php?datetime=20131018090000[/url:1s338p4x]

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Defining "Craft" Beer... 7 years 11 months ago #10

I'd be interested to see if something similar might happen in the UK to consider medium-sized breweries making mediocre beer (Shepherd Neame: 370,000hl p.a.) as not craft beer.[/quote:32chgfsr]

Maybe a clause about using clear bottles?

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Defining "Craft" Beer... 7 years 11 months ago #11

Martyn Cornell weighs in

[url:21b9mre1]http://www.propelinfo.com/pi-Newsletter-sapient.php?datetime=20131018090000[/url:21b9mre1][/quote:21b9mre1]

Really disappointed he had to begin this otherwise provocative and interesting piece with a gratuitous dig at Scotland:
[quote:21b9mre1]He and Martin Dickie, co-founders of Brewdog, have skillfully turned a small independent brewery in – with the greatest respect to the people of North Aberdeenshire – the rear end of nowhere into one of the leaders of the small independent brewery sector in the UK. [/quote:21b9mre1]
It's the rear end of nowhere because it's far away from London innit. That is exactly why Scotland would be better off voting for independence next year. Would you want to be part of the same country as people with attitudes like that?

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Defining "Craft" Beer... 7 years 10 months ago #12

Yes, boo hiss to beers with cheap ingredients like maize flour and by-products from beet sugar refining.

Good job the likes of Westvleteren and Rochefort don't have those in them.

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