This was very popular in the 70's.I am posting here for want of any other obvious appropriate forum in hopes of getting some sense of direction as to choice of beer(s) available in America that might pass muster for the British soldier's palate (I realize that may be an impossibility to many of you but I must do what I can under adverse circumstances )
I am hosting a unit of serving British soldiers who will be in America on a joint exercise. I happen to know the unit's OC and since I have my own firiing range and a rather fulsome assortment of weaponry for famfire, they are taking a few extra days for "adventure training" and will come here for a day of grins and giggles on the range (yes, "that rifle" will be available).
What I need are some recommendations for beer at the ENDEX barbecue. I am a teetotaler so have not a clue as to what might pass muster given the inherent disadvantage I am laboring under of being here rather than there in terms of what even passes for beer to the sophisticated British soldier's tastes.
Thanks in advance for any helpful tips.
I doubt any one going was serving in the 70/80s
Good idea. I will try to have an assortment. There are supposedly several good ones in Atlanta.Why would they want anything other than some of your excellent US craft beers? Whisper it...but youngsters drink less than us old buggers did back in the day as well.
Before I gave up alcohol for health reasons I was fond of Sierra Nevada & Las Lagunitas beers. The ones I’m thinking of pretty hoppy IPAs.Good idea. I will try to have an assortment. There are supposedly several good ones in Atlanta.
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