Taking up the challenge of posting a photo that means ‘inside’ to me, I have gone for ‘inside’ a pint of beer (taken two days ago, so not strictly ‘this week’) – surely one of my favourite views!
Your questions answered:
- The writing at the bottom of the glass says: “CAMRA – Campaign for Real Ale”
- This photo was taken at the Kent CAMRA beer festival at Merton farm
- I was lucky to be allowed to attend the festival despite not sporting a beard and not wearing sandals
- According to CAMRA, Real Ale is defined as: “it has not been filtered or pasteurised and so the yeast is still present in the container from which the beer is served.” Where lager is generally yellowish, cold, fizzy, refreshing stuff, real ale is generally much darker, drunk at around room temperature and is lovely satisfying stuff
- No. My fingers do not normally look like those of ET. It is simply the glass distorting the image