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Marble Brewery Dobber voted more beard friendly on cask than keg

In Uncategorized on August 11, 2017 by kmflett

Beard Liberation Front

11th August

Marble Brewery Dobber voted more beard friendly on cask than keg

The Beard Liberation Front, the informal network of beard wearers, has said that Dobber a 6.5% IPA brewed in Manchester by Marble has been voted more beard friendly on cask than keg.

An on-line poll which attracted 160 votes saw a 65-35 split in favour of cask over keg.

The vote took place around a Marble tap takeover at the Dukes Head in Highgate where Dobber was available on cask and keg along with a range of other beers from the brewery.

The event was MC’d by beer writer Matthew Curtis and had a wider background relating to this year’s Great British Beer Festival currently underway at Olympia:
http://www.morningadvertiser.co.uk/Drinks/Beer/CAMRA-investigating-Marble-GBBF-blacklisting-allegations

The campaigners say that defining a beard friendly beer and particularly distinguishing whether it is more so on cask or keg is a difficult issue and may come down to personal choice.

Broadly speaking however those with organic beard may prefer the cask while those with more trimmed and nurtured beards might go for the keg version.

BLF Organiser Keith Flett said, this should be seen mainly as a bit of beer and beard related summer fun. Whether you drink Dobber on cask or keg or from a can is a matter of personal choice and it is possible to enjoy it even if you don’t have a beard.

 

 

 

 

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