Beer: A foamy new take on terroir

Beer: A foamy new take on terroir

There are 1 comment on the The Globe and Mail story from Oct 30, 2012, titled Beer: A foamy new take on terroir. In it, The Globe and Mail reports that:

New Brunswick's barley is said to have "wet feet" because of the East Coast's rainy days, unlike the dry, cracking Prairie soil where most Canadian malt is grown.

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James

Brockville, Canada

#1 Nov 14, 2012

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