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Session #129 announced: Missing local beer styles

The SessionHost Eoghan Walsh has announced the topic for The Session #129 is Missing Local Beer Styles.

Which means?

Essentially: what beer style would you like to see being brewed in your local market that is not yet being brewed?

Don’t everybody type “NEIPA” all at once.

(The Session #129 meets Nov. 3 – sends links to comments on the announcement page or share it on Twitter via #thesessions or @BruBeerCity.)

3 Responses to Session #129 announced: Missing local beer styles

  1. Alan October 13, 2017 at 5:47 am #

    Is this not a problematic oxymoron? An anachronistic premise that a construct suggested in the 1970s applies further back? How does one first establish that the lost beer constituted a representative of a “style”?

    • Stan Hieronymus October 13, 2017 at 5:56 am #

      Wouldn’t you agree that well before Michael Jackson wrote about “styles” that certain words signaled drinkers what to expect in a glass of beer?

  2. Alan October 13, 2017 at 5:49 am #

    Oh, now that I have read it, it’s not that at all. The hunt for a Manitoban oak aged fruited gose. The Japanese hefe. Splendid!

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