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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Smart beer

Sounds like an updated way of rediscovering bland. Or it that too cynical?

Could we eventually brew politics this way, or would that be too democratic?


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Paddington said...

It will likely result in 'average', which is where Budweiser came from.

Sackerson said...

In politics it might result in the bland leading the bland.

A K Haart said...

Paddington - I've only tried Budweiser once. Could have been any of the mass produced brews.

Sackers - crikey, we can't have that.

Paddington said...

I was saddened when I had a beer in London Zoo in 1970, watching a young Englishman pass by some decent beer to pay more for a can of Budweiser.

Paddington said...

Make that 1990.