martes, 1 de octubre de 2013

Cervezas

Muy buenas,
Esta tarde estaba yo comprando algunas cervezas en el super cuando me he dado cuenta de que no tengo un hilo dedicado al tema!
En su momento hablamos sobre el tema de elaborar cerveza en casa (http://viviendoapesardelacrisis.blogspot.com.es/2013/05/el-do-it-yourself-de-la-cerveza-mejor.html) pero aquí trataré de recopilar info sobre las cervezas que compro y me gustan (belgas trapenses, mayormente):

Nota: Un hilo interesante sobre el tema que tenemos en Metal-Archives (con gente, y por lo tanto, cervezas de todo el mundo) y que me ha servidor como histórico de lo probado últimamente.:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=74514

-Affligem Dubbel: Empiezo por la que, en estos momentos, es mi vicio.
http://www.affligembeer.be/




-Rochefort (6, 8 y 10): Y sigo con las que he comprado hoy (ésta y la siguiente).
http://www.abbaye-rochefort.be/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=88&Itemid=94&lang=fr
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rochefort_Brewery 

Beers:
-Rochefort 6 (red cap, brown beer, 7.5% ABV). Reddish colour, brewed only about once per year, representing approximately 1% of total beer production.
-Rochefort 8 (green cap, brown beer, 9.2% ABV). Yellowish-brown colour, with more fruits and a slight amount of Demi-Sec. This variety constitutes the largest proportion of production.
-Rochefort 10 (blue cap, dark beer, 11.3% ABV). Reddish-brown colour.
He probado las 3 y la 8 y 10 son MUY buenas.
Primera prueba de la 8:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2268520#p2268520
REALLY nice one! It reminds me of my loved Affligem Dubbel!
-St Sebastian Grand Cru: He comprado estas dos cervezas porque ya va la segunda vez que voy a por mi Affligem Dubbel y no la tienen. He recordado que Asier me la recomendó y la he cogido para probar.
http://www.sterkensbrew.be/brands.htm


Primera prueba:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2333601#p2333601
I did NOT really like any of those cause I feel I'm in the mood for belgian dubbels since I went to Belgium last year.
-Orval: La conocí durante una cata de cervezas que nos hicieron en un albergue de Bélgica.
http://www.orval.be/en/8/Brewery 


Es una cerveza muy particular y curiosa.
Prueba en casa una vez conocida en vacaciones:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2188026#p2188026 
Less amazing than I remembered.
-St. Bernardus Prior 8: Comprada en El Txoko de las Cervezas (antigua La Boutique de la Cerveza).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Bernardus_Brewery 


Primera prueba:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2186018#p2186018 
Not bad. Makes me remember of the Affligem Dubbel I use to drink lately but with a stronger last bitter taste. I prefer the Affligem because it's smoother and with a sweeter last taste.
Segunda:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2277100#p2277100
Worst than I remembered.
-Augustijn Dark: Comprada en El Txoko de las Cervezas (antigua La Boutique de la Cerveza) y una grata sorpresa.
http://augustijn.be/en/augustijn-dark

The Augustijn Dark is the logical addition to the existing beers Augustijn Blonde and Augustijn Grand Cru and is a true beer of 8% alc. that appeals both the occasional as the seasoned beer lover! With the grand balance between aroma, taste en after taste, the Augustijn Dark is added value in this segment and ensures that the range of Augustijn-beers reflects a delicious spectrum of tastes within the rich Belgian beerculture. The beer is not distinctly sweet, as many would expect from a dark specialty beer. It tastes rather lightly smoked with a touch of nuts and caramel.
On the table:
Excellent companion for semi-hard cheese (Gentse Keizer, Pas de Rouge, Nazareth, Père Joseph…) or artisanal pâtés. Exquisite with sucking pig or pork in general. Tasteful alternative with paste and truffles….
In the glass:
Colour : redbrown hazelcolour with rich full foam head
Alcohol content : 7,0% – 16° Plato
Aroma : fruity (red fruit) and slightly smoked
Taste : honest and mild with touch of raisins and chocolate nicely balanced After taste : slightly bitter and semi-dry
Packaging : bottles 33 cl, 75cl and barrels 20 l. Fermentation both in the bottle as in the barrel, ensures a Preservability for years with evolution in taste.
Primera prueba:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2186538#p2186538
REALLY nice one!
-Dominus Dubbel: Comprada en El Txoko de las Cervezas (antigua La Boutique de la Cerveza)..
http://anthonymartin.be/es/productos/dominus/dominus-double-dubbel/-9-14/

Descripción:
La Dominus Double es la única cerveza oscura elaborada a partir de un método ancestral. Su sabor suave lleva al connaisseur a la contemplación y su bouquet bastante pronunciado conquista todos los rincones de cuerpo y alma. En 2008 la Dominus Double fue galardonada con el Superior Taste Award tres estrellas del International Taste & Quality Institude (iTQi), por un producto excepcional con una valoración global de más del 90%. ¡ A dios rogando … !
Gustativo:
Una verdadera cerveza de Abadía, en la más pura tradición monacal. Respetuosa de su glorioso pasado, evoca un típico sabor matizado por el carácter comprensivo de las grandes cervezas tostadas, aliando el café arbolado en su cáscara para mejor apreciarla en su rigor místico.
Primera prueba:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2215417#p2215417
REALLY nice one! Makes me remember the Affligem Dubbel I also REALLY like. Nice discovery!
-Corsendonk Pater Dubbel: Compraba en El Txoko de las Cervezas (antigua La Boutique de la Cerveza).
http://www.corsendonk.com/


Primera prueba:
Not bad at all but... I prefer my Affligem Dubbel.
-Floreffe Dubbel: Compraba en El Txoko de las Cervezas (antigua La Boutique de la Cerveza).
http://www.abbaye-de-floreffe.be/services.php?sspage=4 


Primera prueba:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2218720#p2218720 
Not tasty at all.
-Duvel: La conocí durante una cata de cervezas que nos hicieron en un albergue de Bélgica.
http://www.duvel.com/

Duvel is a natural beer with a subtle bitterness, a refined flavour and a distinctive hop character. The unique brewing process, which takes about 90 days, guarantees a pure character, delicate effervescence and a pleasant sweet taste of alcohol.

Apart from pure spring water, which is the main ingredient of beer, barley is the most important raw material. Barley must germinate for five days in the malt house, after which malt remains. The colour of the malt and as a consequence also of the beer is determined by the temperature. Duvel obtains its typical bitterness by adding various varieties of aromatic Slovenian and Czech hops. We use only exclusive hops that are renowned for their constant, outstanding quality.

Duvel ferments for the first time in tanks at 20 to 26°C. The brewer uses his own culture for this. The original yeast strain, which Victor Moortgat himself selected in the 1920’s, originates from Scotland. After maturing in storage tanks in which the beer is cooled down to -2°C, the drink is ready for bottling. Thanks to the addition of extra sugars and yeast, the beer ferments again in the bottle. This occurs in warm cellars (24°C) and takes two weeks. Then the beer is moved to cold cellars, where it continues to mature and stabilise for a further six weeks. This extra long maturation period is unique and contributes to the refined flavour and pure taste of Duvel.

A team of beer specialists checks the process daily by means of taste analyses. It is only after 90 days, when it has achieved its rich range of flavours, that Duvel may leave the brewery.
Thanks to its surprisingly high alcohol content (8.5 %), enormous head, fine effervescence and silky smooth feel in the mouth, Duvel stands out clearly from other Belgian beers.

-Brew Dog Punk IPA: Comprada en El Txoko de las Cervezas (antigua La Boutique de la Cerveza) para probar las famosas IPAs.
http://www.brewdog.com/product/punk-ipa

This 5.6% trans-atlantic fusion IPA is light golden in colour with tropical fruits and light caramel on the nose. The palate soon becomes assertive and resinous with the New Zealand hops balanced by the biscuit malt. The finish is aggressive and dry with the hops emerging over the warming alcohol.

This fresh, full flavour natural beer is our tribute to the classic IPAs of yester-year. The post modern twist is the addition of amazing fruity hops giving an explosion of tropical fruit flavours and a sharp bitter finish.

Brew Sheet:
ABV:
    5.6%
OG:
    1053
IBU's:
    45
Malts:
    Marris Otter Extra Pale Malt
Hops:
    Chinook, Simcoe, Ahtanum, Nelson Sauvin
Twist:
    Hopped with bucket loads of our favourite hops
Primera prueba:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2272091#p2272091
Shit. I prefer european beers (trappist ones, specially).
Uhm... I was TRYING to say that I can't stand IPA beers too.
They seem like artificial to me while the trappist ones seem like really natural.
...

Actualización a 10/10/2013: Mikel me comentó que se había salido de la franquicia de La Boutique de la Cerveza y se ha puesto por su cuenta. Actualizo el nombre en el hilo y añado datos prácticos sobre su nuevo Txoko de la Cerveza:
https://es-es.facebook.com/LaBoutiqueDeLaCervezaDonosti

El Txoko de las Cervezas:

Situación geográfica: C/ 31 de Agosto 12 bajo, 20003 San Sebastián

Horario:
lun: 16:30 - 20:30
mar - sáb: 10:30 - 14:00, 16:30 - 20:30
dom: 11:00 - 15:00

Teléfono: 943 44 13 58



Espero que le vaya muy bien y podamos seguir disfrutando de sus cervezas!

Actualización a 22/10/2013: Ok, el sábado probé 2 cervezas nuevas:
-St Sebastian Grand Cru:Ya que Asier (LKS) me la mencionó un par de veces.
http://www.sterkensbrew.be/brands.htm


Primera prueba:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2333601#p2333601
I did NOT really like any of those cause I feel I'm in the mood for belgian dubbels since I went to Belgium last year.
-König Ludwig Weissbier: La tienen en el Minuto y Medio pero me la encontré en el super cuando andaba tratando de comprar mi Affligem Dubbel.
http://warsteiner.com/partner-brands/konig-ludwig-weissbier/


Primera prueba:
http://www.metal-archives.com/board/viewtopic.php?p=2333601#p2333601 
I did NOT really like any of those cause I feel I'm in the mood for belgian dubbels since I went to Belgium last year.
Actualización a 14/04/2014:Me habían hablado de una cerveza nueva de 13º en el Minuto y Medio y la probé este sábado:
-Belzebuth: Presentada como una de las cervezas con más alcohol en el mundo:


Elaboración francesa de una cerveza tipo cuadruple rubia belga.
http://www.brasserie-graindorge.net/strongest-beer.php


Nada especial ya que no es una buena cerveza (ni olor ni sabor) ni tampoco tenemos sensación de estar bebiendo algo con 13º.

P.D: LOL!


No es la misma pero... Ja, ja, ja!!!

Actualización a 03/06/2014: Bueno, el otro día estuve comprando mi veneno y he visto que han actualizado diseño y capacidad de la botella:




Aparentemente, la cerveza sigue siendo la misma.

Actualización a 19/12/2014: Hoy he ido a comprar mi Affligem pero no quedaba. A pesar de haber estado dudando con la Chimay Azul, finalmente, me he traído un pack de 4 La Trappe Dubbel:








A ver qué tal ya que sólo conozco la Quadrupel.

Actualización a 08/01/2015: Bueno, el sábado pasados la probamos y no me acaba de convencer ya que es menos aromática que la Affligem.
Hoy he comprado una Rochefort 8 y otras dos desconocidas:


-Maredsous Brune:
http://www.maredsousbieres.be/



-Abbaye D'Aulne Premier Cru 9°:
http://abbayedaulne.com/#beers

Blonde abbey beer with second fermentation in the bottle.
Result of passion and savoir-faire, this beer is characterised by a palette of strong and subtle flavours.
A beer with a rounded flavour, rich body and assertive character that places it among the top abbey beers.
Tasting notes: Aromas are reminiscent of sherry and anise. A full-bodied mouthfeel accompanied by a slightly caramelized flavour. The complex aromas and full body provide a lasting and multilayered finish.
Alcohol content: 9%
Plato degree: 18
Bitterness: 20 EBU (medium)
Colour: 11 EBC (golden)
Ideal drinking temperature: 8°C
Food pairing: Seafood, delicacies.
-Trappistes Rochefort 8:
http://www.trappist.be/en/pages/trappist-beers-rochefort.html

”Rochefort 8,” the newest addition to the line, dates from 1955.  Originally this beer was only brewed for New Year’s Eve celebrations.  “Rochefort 8” begins with a density of 20.8º Plato and reaches a final 9.2% ABV.  Masculine in character, it lends itself best to being enjoyed among friends!  Due to the overwhelming success of this beer, the monks decided around 1960 to brew it on a regular basis.  Sometimes this beer is also referred to as the “Special.”
Actualización a 03/02/2015: Tengo este hilo un poco abandonadillo.
Ok, últimas cervezas que he estado bebiendo:
http://abbayedaulne.com/?lang=es#beers 


http://www.chimay.com/es/chimay-bleue.html?IDD=130&IDC=323


Y un artículo interesante a raíz del anuncio de Budweiser en la Super Bowl:
http://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2015/02/valuable-lessons-i-learned-from-budweisers-hypocri.html
Analyzing Budweiser's Hypocritical, Anti-Craft Beer Super Bowl Ad
By Jim Vorel
February 2, 2015  |  8:37am

I have set foot in the Budweiser Research Pilot Brewery. I have met the talented, kind, passionate people who work there. I’ve written about the place as objectively as I could. But as a craft beer supporter, I can’t stand by when the company airs a commercial like they did during Sunday’s Super Bowl broadcast.

Never has the oh-so-popular internet adage of “SHOTS FIRED” been so applicable as it was when Anheuser unveiled a new, third-quarter Budweieser ad titled “Brewed the Hard Way.” Over the course of a minute, we learn that the brand is embracing its “macro” title and doesn’t feel at all threatened by craft brewers and their flavorful, unique products as those craft beers continue a decade-long surge in popularity and relevance. In fact, Anheuser is so non-threatened by craft beer that it saw fit to spend $9 million on a 60-second Super Bowl ad just to make sure you were aware of that fact. Because that’s what a company does when it’s definitely not being threatened. View the ad below before we continue:
Okay, let’s go through it and disseminate everything we’ve learned, shall we?

Budweiser is “proudly a macro beer”

This is like that “reclaiming” of a negative word thing we’ve heard about before, yes? “Macro” being the opposite of “micro,” the term that was once applied to what are now typically referred to as craft brewers. But yeah, they’re proud to be big, because big obviously correlates to “best.” After all, McDonald’s makes the highest quality hamburgers in the world, right?

It’s not “brewed to be fussed over”

You know that the mustachioed hipster in this shot isn’t drinking a Bud, because

a. It’s not yellow, and
b. He wants to smell it, and that would be pointless with a Bud.

I find myself wondering about the casting for this ad. “Wanted: People willing to visually resemble the segment of society we don’t understand and don’t want as customers. For pay!”

“This is the only beer Beechwood Aged”

“Alright guys, hear me out. So, what if right after we say it’s not to be fussed over, we IMMEDIATELY trumpet the fact that it’s beechwood aged, something that roughly 1% of our target demographic understands? It’ll be great, and not sound fussy at all.”

“It’s brewed for drinking, not dissecting”

“Please, if at all possible, try not to taste our beer. If you’re able to disable your gag reflex and just pour it straight down your gullet and into your stomach in one fell swoop while bypassing the taste buds altogether, that would be ideal.”

“The people who drink our beer are people who like to drink beer brewed the hard way.”

The average Budweiser drinker clearly appreciates beer made “the hard way.” The hard way, as it turns out, is being bought out by a Belgian brewing conglomerate, gutting American jobs and leveraging the full lobbying and marketing power of an international business goliath. “The hard way” is definitely not starting a small business that brews experimental beer to compete with those giants. There’s nothing hard about the latter. Craft beer is easy, didn’t you know that? Maybe that’s why craft beer’s sales numbers continue to surge every year, because it’s just so easy.

“Let them sip their pumpkin peach ale, we’ll be brewing us some golden suds.”

Only losers drink pumpkin peach ale. Everyone knows this. Except, wait, what’s that? Elysian Brewing, the Seattle brewery that Anheuser just purchased last week, makes a … yes … pumpkin peach ale. It’s called “Gourdia on My Mind .” Anheuser is literally mocking the consumers of the COMPANIES THEY NOW OWN. Honestly, how devastating is that for the Elysian brewing team? Your owners think your customers are pretentious hipsters. These are the people who own your business. I’m sure you’ll be surprised to learn that Twitter handles of employees like @ElysianMatt have already been deleted after they informed the public that employees weren’t even informed of the acquisition before it was announced online.

And moreover, how stupid does Anheuser think the average viewer is? The effectiveness of anything in this commercial is almost entirely dependent upon the consumer’s ignorance—they’re praying you’re too stupid to realize that it’s all BS.

That’s all. In a Super Bowl where even the Bud Light commercials could be laid-back and fun (I actually enjoyed the human Pac Man set-up), it was a shame to spend the third quarter watching the craft beer community react en masse to an unprecedented attack from Big Beer.

What’s more, they won’t even own up to their own attack. Already, there have been pieces published with company executives explaining that this is definitely not an attack on craft beer. As Brian Perkins, VP of Marketing for Budweiser states in that piece, this ad isn’t intended to skewer craft beer at all, despite the obvious, stereotyped characters of mustachioed hipsters sniffing flights of craft beer. Instead, he says AB “acquires and sells craft beer. We love craft beer. This is an affirmation of what Budweiser is, not an attack on what it isn’t.” Note that in another piece, he refers to the earlier-mentioned “pumpkin peach” beer as “a fabricated, ludicrous flavor combination,” apparently blissfully unaware that his company was in the process of buying a brewery that made EXACTLY THAT PRODUCT. We’re at Irony Defcon 1, people.

The actual intention of his quotes are to defuse a little tension, if possible. There’s only one group of people who would ever conceivably end up reading those posts on the internet, and that’s angry craft beer drinkers. Budweiser consumers will simply see the ad’s obvious message: “Craft beer is for pretentious fools, Budweiser is for real people” and presumably let confirmation bias do the rest of the work. Meanwhile, the company can simultaneously deny the surface message of their own content in an effort to placate at least a portion of the people pissed off by the ad. It won’t work, but there’s no reason for them not to try. They don’t have to worry about the two segments crossing, because by and large they won’t. Once again, it’s a strategy that hinges entirely on the ignorance of their core consumers.

What it boils down to is this: For this ad to be successful, Budweiser needs for you to be oblivious.

Are you?

Jim Vorel is Paste’s news editor and was drinking a homebrew barleywine while writing this.
A alguién le están haciendo MUUCHA pupita y está acojonado...
Ja, ja, ja!!!

P.D: Y se me había pasado el comentarlo pero el Txoko de la Cerveza cerró y no he podido hablar con Mikel para saber nada.

Actualización a 04/02/2015: Más birras:


Actualización a 11/02/2015: Vamos a probar con una IPA artesanal de prestigio...


Actualización a 12/03/2015: Más cerveza de "hombre sencillo", como dice Dani!


Actualización a 09/04/2015: El pasado martes me pillé más cerveza:


Y esta misma mañana:
http://www.diariovasco.com/gipuzkoa/201504/09/empotra-coche-despiste-contra-20150409121710.html
Empotra su coche por un despiste contra el centro comercial Alcampo de Oiartzun
Al parecer, y según la versión ofrecida por los agentes y varios testigos, al dar una curva en el parking ha pisado el pedal de aceleramiento en lugar del freno
A. Aldaz | San Sebastián
9 abril 201512:41

Susto esta mañana en el centro comercial Alcampo de Oiartzun. Un conductor ha empotrado de forma accidental su coche contra la zona de cajas del establecimiento. Según han informado la Policía Municipal y el Departamento de Seguridad, el suceso ha ocurrido sobre las 11:00 horas cuando el chófer ha sufrido el accidente. Al parecer, y según la versión ofrecida por los agentes y varios testigos, al dar una curva en el parking ha pisado el pedal de aceleramiento en lugar del freno, por lo que ha perdido el control del vehículo y ha acabado empotrándose en la zona de cajas.

Por suerte, no ha habido heridos, aunque el susto y el revuelo entre los clientes ha sido enorme.
Se ha llevado por delante todo un lado de las cajas rápidas por donde suelo pasar:












P.D: Algo interesante que me acabo de encontrar:
http://vinepair.com/wine-blog/most-popular-beer-every-country-map/



Actualización a 13/07/2015: Ok, cerveza local en Malta (http://viviendoapesardelacrisis.blogspot.com/2015/06/vacaciones-de-buceo-en-malta.html):
http://www.cisk.com/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simonds_Farsons_Cisk


Poco más que para beber fresquita en verano.

Actualización a 21/07/2015: Ok, ahora que llega el Festival de Jazz, creo que voy a tener más tiempo para catar cervezas con tiempo y en  ambiente relajado.
El otro día me bebí una Affligem Dubbel algo más caliente de lo que suelo y me he dado cuenta de que me las bebo demasiado frías (cosa que ya sabía pero bueno...).
También acabo de descubrir la cervecería de Austin (HammerHeart Brewing Company), de Panopticon (http://viviendoapesardelacrisis.blogspot.com.es/2013/08/2012-panopticon-kentucky.html):
http://www.hammerheartbrewing.com/


Actualización a 01/08/2015: Varios artículos que me he encontrado:
http://www.noticiasdegipuzkoa.com/2015/07/25/vecinos/goierri/feria-de-la-cerveza-en-beasain
http://blogs.20minutos.es/la-gulateca/2015/07/31/10-cervezas-artesanas-para-probar-este-verano/
http://elpais.com/elpais/2015/07/31/estilo/1438364257_142793.html

Actualización a 27/08/2015: Una buena lejía (cerveza con limón) hecha en casa (Tienes cojones! En los bares no saben!):


Vaso enfriado con agua fría, echamos la cerveza creando algo de espuma al final y añadimos el Kas Limón hasta que tome la tonalidad (y sabor) que queremos. Fácil, eh?

Actualización a 02/09/2015: Acabo de comprar para el finde:


-Trappistes Rochefort 8:
http://www.trappist.be/en/pages/trappist-beers-rochefort.html
-Abbaye D'Aulne Brune 6°:
http://abbayedaulne.com/#beers
-Floreffe Prima Melior:
http://www.brasserielefebvre.be/en/product/12/floreffe-prima-melior#/product/resized/12_floreffeprimameliorweb.jpg

Actualización a 06/10/2015: Ayer estuve en casa de Imanol (http://viviendoapesardelacrisis.blogspot.com.es/2015/04/motor-toyota-2zz-ge.html) cenando de barbacoa y me regaló un par de cervezas que le habían dado:
http://www.cervezatesela.es/content/15-tostadaroble 


Y las últimas que compré:


Actualización  a 23/02/2016: Puto Bjorn (http://viviendoapesardelacrisis.blogspot.com/2013/08/promocion-de-nueva-academia-musical.html)! Aflijámonos todos! Ja, ja, ja!!!


Actualización a 30/03/2016: Cerveza gallega artesanal (Keltius Mosteiro) en el pub Modus Vivendi de Santiago de Compostela:
http://viviendoapesardelacrisis.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/pub-modus-vivendi-en-santiago-de.html
http://cervezakeltius.es/producto/keltius-mosteiro/




Actualización a 29/04/2016: Ayer volví a hacer compra:


Actualización a 01/12/2016: Excelente!
http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/en/RL/beer-culture-in-belgium-01062?RL=01062
Beer culture in Belgium
Belgium
Inscribed in 2016 (11.COM) on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity
Making and appreciating beer is part of the living heritage of a range of communities throughout Belgium. It plays a role in daily life, as well as festive occasions. Almost 1,500 types of beer are produced in the country using different fermentation methods. Since the 80s, craft beer has become especially popular. There are certain regions, which are known for their particular varieties while some Trappist communities have also been involved in beer production giving profits to charity. In addition, beer is used for cooking including in the creation of products like beer-washed cheese and, as in the case of wine, can be paired with foods to compliment flavours. Several organizations of brewers exist who work with communities on a broad level to advocate responsible beer consumption. Sustainable practice has also become part of the culture with recyclable packaging encouraged and new technologies to reduce water usage in production processes. Besides being transmitted in the home and social circles, knowledge and skills are also passed down by master brewers who run classes in breweries, specialized university courses that target those involved in the field and hospitality in general, public training programmes for entrepreneurs and small test breweries for amateur brewers.
Actualización a 01/02/2017: En fin...
http://elpais.com/elpais/2017/01/31/estilo/1485884658_766734.html
Una moda, eh? Hipócritas vende-meados-de-camello!

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