"The bottling of beer necessitates a further amount of information being obtained, especially now that the public taste is tending toward a newly-bottled beer rather than to its old friend the fully-matured aged pale ale, more especially associated with the name of Burton. The modern method of bottling comparatively newly-brewed beers, rapidly forcing into condition, and distributing for what is practically immediate consumption, is unfortunately growing far too rapidly, as, I believe, such beers are far less healthy to the consumer than the old-fashioned, fully-matured, naturally-fined, stock bottled ale."
"Journal of the Federated Institutes of Brewing, Volume 1, 1895", page 189.
Those bastard brewers, moving from naturally-conditioned bottled beer to force-carbonated junk. Someone should have started a campaign to save the older style.