[geeks] Dream job
hmv at meredithm.fsnet.co.uk
Mon Apr 22 13:16:08 CDT 2002
On Monday 22 April 2002 18:09, Chris Byrne wrote:
> slightly warmed (like warm milk temperature). However no lager should
> be served above 40 degrees Fahrenheit if possible, and 50 at the
> absolute maximum. Lager is specifically brewed to be kept and served
I wasn't trying to be totally accurate. It could also be argued that
lager isn't really a British beer even if brewed in the UK.
> Personally I like a good room temp or slightly cooler pint of bitters
> (I like Theakstons personally but that's just me) or an ESB, but for
> my Guinness I like it cold, and for my lagers I like them ice cold.
I prefer Guinness cold myself, although I suspect Irish Guinness is a
different matter. As for bitter and lager, I prefer it in someone
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