The World Cup Beers, and 87,258 words.

So, I didn’t really do any writing yet today. I could give fancy reasons, but instead I think I’d better just document what I’ve been up to. Brazil VS Chile, & Columbia VS Uruguay. I didn’t necessarily pick the perfect beers for the occasion. Sometimes there’s only a minute or so at the fridge before they start kicking the ball again, and I am not going to miss these things just to make the perfect beverage selection.

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From Mother Russia: Baltica’s #4, a Dark beer with a slight taste of treacle (I guess that’s the malt?). 500ml, so there’s plenty of it.

From our host, Brazil: Palma Louca, cerveza beer. Kinda fruity. Better than Corona, but that’s not difficult. Eassssy to drink.

From sunny (perhaps?) Belgium: Leffe Belgian brune goodness, also malty treacley thing going on, but hoppier. Tastes very Belgian/Belgish.

Kross cerveza, from Chile, tastes also betterer than Corona, a bit like it has mango in it or something, which it doesn’t. Like fruity cheesecake. Yeah.

Kostritzer Schwarzbier, a black lager beer from Germany: I’m not gonna lie, (by this point) it just tastes nice.

Now, in the words of Ernest Hemingway “Write…”

I’ve forgotten the rest at the moment, but I’m pretty sure it will come to me tomorrow.

Best regards,

D.R.Sylvester

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About D.R.Sylvester

A Clinical Research Associate by day (google it), writer by night, D.R.Sylvester lives in Sydney, Australia with his patissiere wife and Siberian Wolf. His interests include travel, music (predominantly Metal), reading, & archery.
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3 Responses to The World Cup Beers, and 87,258 words.

  1. gpeynon says:

    Do have enough Brazilian, Colombian, Dutch, Costa Rican, French, German, Argentinian, and Belgian beers to get you through the quarter finals?

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