I'm just back from a short trip to Copenhagen. It was fun. But would have even more fun if I had been able tto taste any of the beer I drank properly.
My bastard cold was alive and well all through the trip. The bastard. It still hasn't effed off home yet.
All the beers were bought in a normal supermarket. Irma, if you're interested. Like everywhere in Denmark, it has a fairly decent beer offering. I wonder if they realise how lucky they are? Then again, beer isn't cheap there. Nothing is cheap there.
The two bags of sweets we bought back for Alexei cost almost as much as the litre of vodka. Where's the logic in that? Though sugar is pretty dangerous stuff. Unlike healthy alcohol.
Louis Wehle: Founder of Post-Repeal Genesee Brewery - I’m going to set down some thoughts on Louis A. Wehle’s c.1960 book, This was my Life. It was self-published and privately distributed as far as I can tell...
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