This is directed mainly to those members who live in the UK area and there abouts. Two of our sons were stationed in that area when they were in the US Air force. Both of them tell me about the good beer that they made over there. Not only from my sons, but from others who have been there talk about the same thing. In this country--USA--the big breweries do not make the beer as good at that in the UK area. Well--at least in my opinion they don't. If I'm not mistaken, I think it has something to do with the way the beer is pasteurized (or maybe not pasteurized). Does anyone know why the beer is better over there than it is here? The only place in this country where a person can get the really good beer is if you go to a microbrewery. I've been to a couple of those and the beer is really good. But if I'm not mistaken, that beer can only be sold on the premises. Again--I'm not sure of that. Maybe some of the members in this country can give me more information on microbreweries. On Sunday mornings, my wife likes to watch on TV a program called Coronation Street. I think it comes from England. Sometimes it shows people in the pubs drinking a glass of dark beer. Every time I see that, it makes me wish I was sitting there with them drinking a glass of it. If I were wealthy, I think my wife and I would fly over there just to sit in one of those pub drinking a glass of beer. I don't drink much beer--maybe just one can in the evening, or a can for dinner. But when I have a glass of beer, I like the good stuff.
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