A bit of Cooking Lager campaigning today and an invite to all cooking lager enthusiasts to join the campaign for greater cooking lager appreciation. It is fairly undeniable that at many beer festivals around the country there is a distinct absence of high quality refreshing ice cold lout, and it was one of the many reasons for my absence at NWAF. That and the fact that I had a fridge full of lout so couldn’t be bothered getting on a train to go somewhere that didn’t have it.
Thus I’ve written an open letter to the CAMRA lot that organised the festival querying the lack of lout, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org as the editor of the CAMRA magazine. I encourage you to do the same. Please keep it polite, more is achieved that way. If you know of a beer festival that has no lout, please let me know and I’ll draft a polite request to them.
Dear More Beer Letters Page,
I have become an avid reader of your magazine from the web, since discovering a link on the blog of your Chairman Peter Alexander. I wish to take up the issue of the lack of delicious ice cold fizzy lout at the recent NWAF beer festival. Is it beyond the wit of man to stock a nice keg of Foster’s? Without the lout I fear your festival will only ever appeal to a minority of beer enthusiasts and not the 76% of the drinking population that love the lout and make up the largest portion of beer drank in the UK.
Together we can encourage greater cooking lager appreciation across the nation.
On another point, beer bloggers, if you have a beer blog please put a follow button on it. It’s a piss easy way for bone idle people like me to see your latest nonsense on the dashboard.
EDIT email@example.com to politely express your desire for a keg of cooking lager at next years NWAF. Please be polite, no spam, any campaign that engages in rudeness does not deserve success. Thank you Tandy for your correction.