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    FAO: Godders

    Posted by The Orange Salopian on 7/4/2021, 10:47:33

    Sorry but beer is definitely better out of a can, ask any decent brewer. Light has a very negative impact causing oxidisation on Beer and even with dark bottles the start to deteriorate as soon as they are bottled. I had a very interesting conversation on this with a group of Brewers when in Barcelona last year for the beer festival as one of Barcelona's leading brewers where still bottling beer but they admitted that cans were better and have now switched to cans.

    All the brewers are switching to cans, I have Adnams and St Austells beers on my shelf in cans, in fact a number of the beers you listed now come in cans. Oakham, a much loved favourite brewer of the Brickies regulars have just launched a new range and they are all canned.

    Please do not mention the likes of Fosters and Carling, I am a proper beer snob as bbb will confirm.

    Link: Oakham New Beers.

      Re: FAO: Godders

      Posted by Godders on 8/4/2021, 22:24:12, in reply to "FAO: Godders"

      As you will know, Guinness pioneered can conditioning about 30 years with a wide advertising campaign including vairous straplines such as "I don't believe it, real draft Guinness, now in a can!"

      I'm also aware that Caffreys and John Smiths also moved in on the act too. So is can conditioning the same or has it moved on since those days?

      ps. I still prefer bottles.

        Re: FAO: Godders

        Posted by Ex Cromford on 7/4/2021, 11:42:10, in reply to "FAO: Godders"

        Is there a canned equivalent of a bottle conditioned ale?

          Re: FAO: Godders

          Posted by The Orange Salopian on 7/4/2021, 13:24:37, in reply to "Re: FAO: Godders"

          Can Conditioning

            Re: FAO: Godders

            Posted by Bless on 7/4/2021, 11:46:11, in reply to "Re: FAO: Godders"

            Moor brewery can condition a lot of their beers - it can be done but I don't think you can quite get the right carbonation or mouthfeel as you would with bottle conditioning.

            Re: FAO: Godders

            Posted by Simpleton on 7/4/2021, 11:29:20, in reply to "FAO: Godders"

            Thanks for the brewery link.Some more types for me to taste.

              Re: FAO: Godders

              Posted by The Orange Salopian on 7/4/2021, 11:34:49, in reply to "Re: FAO: Godders"

              Decent value even with shipping.

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