Mythbusting the IPA on IPA Day

Myth 4: Porters and stouts were not suitable for the torrid Indian climate.

 
The truth: Large shipments of porter were exported to India, from at least the second half of the 18th century right through to the end of the 19th century.

2 Responses to “Mythbusting the IPA on IPA Day”

  1. bierfesten says:

    Hey guys a one page of myths would be cool. Slideshows are like restaurant websites filled with annoying Flash effects

  2. Steve P says:

    Ah yes, but slideshows give more ad “views” 🙂 We’ll never know what was on Slide 2. How sad.

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