Monthly Archives: October 2011

A year in booze

It’s been a year since I started World of Booze. The inspiration came from a friend of mine who thought it funny that my main interest was shared by none of our friends. Well then, I would find some like-minded people on the … Continue reading

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Hair of the Red Tongue Dog: thoughts on Guinness Foreign Extra Stout

This one is hot off the telex from our Far East correspondent, Victor Crabbe: One of the things I appreciate about living in Singapore is living somewhere foreign enough to make Guinness Foreign Extra. When I was a younger man, walking home … Continue reading

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Wine of the Week: Percheron Old Vines Cinsault 2010

Edinburgh is often described as the Athens of the North. Something to do with philosophy, I think, rather than a love of  columns and naked athletics. Beirut is the Paris of the East but the most popular city to be … Continue reading

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