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How to make a beer

如何釀製啤酒

As May approaches, the season of major leagues come to an end and it also announces the start of peak season of beer. I love football especially the Leagues in Britain, probably due to the colonial relationship between Hong Kong and the UK. Interesting enough, I can’t actually realize when I started to make a connection between watching football game and drinking beer. Football and alcohol, in particularly beer, are closely attached to the British. We often hear news involving football fans making troubles and conflicts, big or small, due to over drinking. However there is still no effectively approach preventing similar circumstances from happening because any kind of restriction on either beer or football equals a deprivation of needs for one’s survival. It can’t be stopped anyway, so the best way is to enjoy it.

 

According to records, the British brewed their first beer in the early Roman era, around 90 AD.

Ale, the largest family in beer is derived from the British Isles while the Bitter, Barley Wine, IPA, Porter, Stout ... and so on, are all carried forward by the British. Nowadays you can find old and new bars on the streets of UK. If you were a beer lover, it may takes you a whole day to stay in any one of those bars. Of course, in every region of the UK, the day before a football match is the best time for you to meet the crazy football fans. Whether you support A team or B, you would be easily indulged in the hype when talking everything about your favorite team (Of course, you have to pay attention to whether the opponent side is friendly enough to your supporting team). Watching football games with beers is the most enjoyable moment in the UK, and this is the reason why beer is always with football in the country.

 

In addition to football, beer become an indispensable element of British politics. The Prime Minister Cameron often drinks beer in the bar with the voters. Of course we are most impressed by the incident that he drank beer with Chinese President Xi Jinping in a bar while the latter visited the UK. Obviously beer has become an integral part of the British society.

 

As May approaches, the season of major leagues come to an end and it also announces the start of peak season of beer. I love football especially the Leagues in Britain, probably due to the colonial relationship between Hong Kong and the UK. Interesting enough, I can’t actually realize when I started to make a connection between watching football game and drinking beer. Football and alcohol, in particularly beer, are closely attached to the British. We often hear news involving football fans making troubles and conflicts, big or small, due to over drinking. However there is still no effectively approach preventing similar circumstances from happening because any kind of restriction on either beer or football equals a deprivation of needs for one’s survival. It can’t be stopped anyway, so the best way is to enjoy it.

 

According to records, the British brewed their first beer in the early Roman era, around 90 AD.

Ale, the largest family in beer is derived from the British Isles while the Bitter, Barley Wine, IPA, Porter, Stout ... and so on, are all carried forward by the British. Nowadays you can find old and new bars on the streets of UK. If you were a beer lover, it may takes you a whole day to stay in any one of those bars. Of course, in every region of the UK, the day before a football match is the best time for you to meet the crazy football fans. Whether you support A team or B, you would be easily indulged in the hype when talking everything about your favorite team (Of course, you have to pay attention to whether the opponent side is friendly enough to your supporting team). Watching football games with beers is the most enjoyable moment in the UK, and this is the reason why beer is always with football in the country.

 

In addition to football, beer become an indispensable element of British politics. The Prime Minister Cameron often drinks beer in the bar with the voters. Of course we are most impressed by the incident that he drank beer with Chinese President Xi Jinping in a bar while the latter visited the UK. Obviously beer has become an integral part of the British society.