Sunday, 29 November 2009

The Hop Press: Trashy Beer

My post is now up on the Rate Beer Hop Press. Last week it was about the best beer you've ever had or your favourite beer, this week it’s about your trashy beer. The one which you shouldn’t love but you just do. It’s probably one you grew up with, a beer which comes fully loaded with great memories. It’s important because beer is more than trying to find that perfect beer or the next great scoop or one of those famous, rare bottles. Beer is what we make it and sometimes a crappy, trashy beer can taste better than anything else in the world.

Here’s the full post.

And tell me, what’s your trashy beer? Mine... read the blog to find out. Although if you’ve been reading this blog for a while you might be able to guess.

1 comment:

  1. for me the first thing i drank regula was taboo because it was always on offer, when i turned 15 i moved on to newcastle brown 2 bottles would see me well on my way, so we would be of down to Silver Blades (ice ring).
    when I started going to pubs/bars/clubs (16/17 years old) to drink it was Stones bitter which was every in Sheffield then, never the smooth flow stuff I always asked for the other.
    If I did go somewhere with hand pumps they mostly had cask Tetley's so I would drink that instead. so I drank like that til I was 22.
    Then I got my job at Kelham and I realy got in to beer.