Charles, Prince of 'ales wants to get real.

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about Prince Charles promoting & pouring UK beer at a food fair in Italy - "The prince told him (the barman, Greig Futcher, Salisbury) he was hoping his own organic Duchy Originals beer could become part of the Real Ale Society, like Summer Lightning, which has won numerous awards from the Campaign For Real Ale."
you want your beer to "become part of the real ale society"? here's a thought - don't filter or pasteurise it, and put it in a cask.
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MikeMcG a écrit : >from -
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>about Prince Charles promoting & pouring UK beer at a food fair in >Italy - > > Charles spoke at Terra Madre, the "first gathering of world food communities" organised by Slow Food, and HRH had visited beforehand Il Salone del Gusto, the big thingy by Slow Food that takes place every second year. Both events took place in Turin this week-end.
I was at the Salone, got blocked by the press swarming around HRH who was very professionally doing his royalty handshake act with Brits present on the Food from Britain stands, and decided I'd move away and come sample the british produce later. I then came across the Unionbirrai stands and could not really make up my mind to move much further or even back, but that's another story. :o)))
Cheers !
Laurent
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> you want your beer to "become part of the real ale society"? > here's a thought - don't filter or pasteurise it, and put it in a > cask.
I believe he's already had that suggestion.
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>about Prince Charles promoting & pouring UK beer at a food fair in >Italy - >"The prince told him (the barman, Greig Futcher, Salisbury) he was >hoping his own organic Duchy Originals beer could become part of the >Real Ale Society, like Summer Lightning, which has won numerous awards >from the Campaign For Real Ale." > >you want your beer to "become part of the real ale society"? >here's a thought - don't filter or pasteurise it, and put it in a >cask.
I suspect that, despite all the worthy pontificating about preserving village pubs, Charles knows as much about beer as I know about polo or shagging aristocratic women.
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Paul Sherwin a écrit : > >I suspect that, despite all the worthy pontificating about preserving >village pubs, Charles knows as much about beer as I know about polo or >shagging aristocratic women. > > > You're sadly out of touch with the real world, then, Paul, just like most of us... ;oD
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Paul Sherwin25/10/04 3:13 PM > ...polo or shagging aristocratic women.
There's a apt joke lurking in there somewhere I suspect... As for me I've had too much real ale...
CR
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> >"The prince told him (the barman, Greig Futcher, Salisbury) he was > >hoping his own organic Duchy Originals beer could become part of > >the Real Ale Society, like Summer Lightning, which has won > >numerous awards from the Campaign For Real Ale."
trying some now - not very nice
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When I'm not in my right mind, my left mind gets pretty crowded.
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Chris de Cordova (West Cumbria & Western Lakes) www.cumbriacamra.org.uk
Whitehaven Beer Festival: Oct 1st & 2nd, 2004 (www.whitehavenbeerfestival.co.uk)
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