As if I didn't already have enough.
I just remembered how many German breweries give the OG as well as ABV on their websites. Great news. In a way.
I can harvest some data about beer styles, ABV, attenuation. Dead handy for comparisons with the 19th-century analyses I'm crawling through. And it really bumps up my modern German data. But . . .
Chipping out the 1800's gems was already scranning enough of my time. I've just doubled my work. Brilliant.
It gets worse. Last week I decided to add a column to my main table of beer analyses. Every entry needs to be updated. All 22,000.
You may not hear from me for a while.
From the cellar: Castelain Ch’ti Ambrée - Castelain Ch’ti Ambrée ABV: 5.9% Origin: Bénifontaine, Pas-de-Calais, Hauts-de-France Website: brasseriecastelain.com Date: 6 November 2000 Another revi...
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