4/11/22 Ep136- Hop fatigue? Try English ales, Frances grapes at risk, Boston pushing for change

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There’s an obvious cure that’s being found for Hop Fatigue - and it’s called classic styles like easy-to-drink traditional English-style ales. Personally - I’ve been ahead of this trend at local places like Queen City Brewing in my area which makes a few of my favorites among what I call  their ‘European styles’ - you can check them out at http://www.queencitybrewery.com/ and the story on others finding these beers too at https://www.winemag.com/2022/04/07/english-style-ales/

Springtime is a wonderful thing unless you’re a vintner or vigneron and there’s a frost threatening to harm those fresh blooms and potentially wreak havoc on your harvest before it’s even out of the gate. That’s what has been happening in France recently... https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-04-04/french-winegrowers-light-candles-to-protect-against-frost/100965672

And there has been a big movement to increase access to responsible drinking. Boston is the latest location looking at laws, seeing where things don’t make sense, and pushing for changes in their liquor licensing. You can get the full story from the Boston Globe here: https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/04/06/metro/boston-councilors-push-hundreds-more-liquor-licenses-certain-neighborhoods/

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#hops #hazybois #EnglishAles #ESB #paleale #ale #France #wine #vintner #vigneron #spring #frost #Boston #BOS #liquorlaws #change

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