In the 1970s, only 11 commercial breweries were active in the Greater London area. Most of these were mass-producing pasteurised keg ale and lager of mediocre quality. But the beer scene was changing. The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) was formed in 1971 as the Campaign for the Revitalisation of Ale – a rebellion against […]
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A typical night-long outing will more often than not include switching from one type of alcoholic drink to another. Beer and wine are often the first choices, even when previous hangovers have made you take a vow never to mix the two. The popular adage is, that how you order the two, that is, which […]
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