Världen runt – Jester, Chris, Tokyo och Jackie Brown

| december 2, 2012

“Jester is a very oily hop; very sticky when you rub it. Even before rubbing you could smell its strong, hempy aroma which changed to grapefruit and lychee once crushed. I could smell the promise of it and became even more excited at the prospect of tasting the beer.”  – Sophie Atherton, journalist och ölbloggare om den nya brittiska humlen Jester.

“Malt, hops, yeast and water speak the same language all over the world, so the basic production processes remain the same. The industry, however is very different.” Matt Williams på bloggen Pilgrin and progress intervjuar en av bryggarna på Nils Oscar – britten Chris Thurgeson. 

“Looking back it is easy to forget how different the UK beer market was in 2008. If you launched a 12% beer today nobody would blink. Back then, you could have been forgiven for thinking that we had single handedly caused the downfall of Western civilisation.” Brewdogs blogg är intensivt välskriven och så även detta inlägg som tittar tillbaka på tiden då Tokyo lanserades. Det känns som om det var länge sedan….. Det var…..2008!

Gammal Jackie blir ny Jackie.

Gammal Jackie blir ny Jackie.

“But don’t worry, it is certainly only the packaging that has changed. The content is still the same great beers of the highest quality.” –  Mikkeller berättar att de håller på att göra om sina öl. På utsidan, inte på insidan.

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