Craft Beer connoisseur: guilty pleasures

By Craft Beer connoisseur

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Welcome-break: A mass produced lager was just what CBC needed
Welcome-break: A mass produced lager was just what CBC needed
Like any self-respecting beer geek, I have principles; namely that I will never consciously choose to drink a mass-produced lager. These abominations, with their bland flavours and cardboard aroma are the very antithesis of everything I hold dear. Even being near a six-pack causes me to come out in a rash

Nonetheless, after a particularly extravagant craft beer excursion last month, I must confess to feeling overwhelmed by the array of tastes, flavours and sensations. In my delirious state, I decided that the answer to my woes lay in a pint of *shudders* Kronenbourg.

Retreating to the corner of the pub out of shame, I slurped down the gassy liquid, nervously glancing over my shoulder for fear of being seen. What’s worse, the pint actually hit the spot, leaving me feeling remarkably refreshed and satisfied.

I now question my very existence.

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