j - is for journeyman

This blog is not about boxing. But the understanding of what a ‘journeyman’ is, is from the boxing usage. To be clear:   A fighter of some skill that can offer a challenge to up-and-coming...

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i - is for ipa

One of the many wonderful things about craft beer is its ability to reinvent. With almost unlimited ingredients, beer has an almost unlimited ability to change. IPA enthusiasts aka massive legends will know the curious...

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h - is for hops

Beer effectively has 4 ingredients, but actually only 3 of them are essential in the brewing process; water, malt and yeast. But on their own these 3 ingredients are very dull and just create a...

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g - is for german purity laws

Anathema to some modern brewers, who refuse to be bound by such antiquated regulations, and will put literally anything in their beer to achieve a unique flavour (shoutout to the worst beer I’ve ever tasted,...

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