Posts Tagged: Australia
Apparently the Australian state of Queensland, through its National Trust, has chosen its top 12 heritage icons and #2 is...Mr. Fourex of Castlemaine's XXXX beer. Seems slightly odd as a heritage symbol but I guess Queenslanders like their beer or at least this one.
Posted by Alan McLeod on Tuesday, November 23, 2004 in Drinking Vessels, Australia, Breweriana - 11 comments
A reply to Bruno's post at his blog alerted us to the problem: • “Heu... • Un demi c'est 250ml, soit 1/4l, soit effectivement a peu pres une demi pinte.” • This is the problem at set out in the post below: • “...in France, when you order beer, the usual glass is the demi. France invented …
Picked one up for $1.95 CND for 375 ml at the LCBO today. I would guess that this is what Canadian ales used to be - grainy more than malty, a rough edge to the hops but not cheap hops. Not flowery like an English pale ale and no corn or sweetness like in US versions. Balance as well with more … read more »