So today I was pretty inactive, sorry blogspot! I was working all day and then ended up going to the bar. I read all your comments though and I'm glad you're enjoying my blogs! I'm sure as hell enjoying yours. Today I'm going to leave you a quick article on what is quickly becoming my favorite beer, Kronenbourg 1664.
The beer is amazingly smooth, making it great for any drinking occasion. It is great with a meal or on its own. Today it is served prominently in France, served in many vending machines, local convenience stores and movie theaters, and is even sold in McDonalds!
When I visited France I was surprised at how popular this beer really was and I decided I would see what was behind the hype. I went to my hotel lobby to the vending machine (I was 14 at the time but vending machines don't ID you) and tried the beer. It lived up to the hype and it had a taste unlike any other. In the years after my trip to France I had forgotten the name of the beer, that was until I visited a local bar and saw the logo I had all but forgotten.
Man and beer had finally been reunited after to long.
I have now decided to look into the history of Kronenbourg, and here it is in brief;
It was founded in 1664 by Geronimus Hatt in a Strasbourg, France. Geronimus was an entrepreneur who had just gotten his brewmasters license and began his Brewery. It survived both world wars, and has since been bought out by Carlsberg company, but its legacy, name and taste still live on today.
I would recommend this beer to anyone who hasn't tried it yet.
Goodnight bloggers and I hope be more active tomorrow!