Beer is global. If you go anywhere on holiday, you’re more than likely, at some point, to order the local beer.
In many places, the word “beer’ is internationally recognised, even if you’re mangling the local language when asking for it. It’s the brew itself that crosses cultural boundaries – because travel broadens the mind, but not as much as beer! Continue reading
The first Friday in August is International Beer Day, a time to celebrate the joy of consuming beer, and beer’s worldwide production. The day was first conceived in Santa Cruz, California, but has grown massively, from being something local to a truly global event.
Therefore, this Friday, August 4, is a big day for beer drinkers, beer sellers and beer brewers, and now, more than ever, there’s the opportunity to make the most of this truly international event. Continue reading