We talked about a ton of beery things and I took the chance to ask Gazza to confirm me something I was suspecting, if the problem with keg beers in the UK isn't so much with the beers themselves but with the with the pubs that don't know how to deal with them properly. Gazza is a fan of cask ales, but he loves good beer above all things, and he said that yes, that pubs often treat good keg beers the same way they do with macrolagers and that is why they tend to be too cold and too fizzy. Interesting, I don't remember seeing this mentioned in any of the debates on the matter.
But anyway, between pints we came up with an idea that has a good chance of seeing the light in a few months.
Top blokes Gazza and his mate.
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