What can be said about the journalism style necessitated by the target demographic of a weekly lifestyles supplement to a wretchedly corporate newspaper that more accurately describes the conceptual futility therein than the fact that a Starbucks coffee concoction merits inclusion in a column bearing the title “One Great Dish”?
Of course, I speak of Velocity -- and wish I didn't have to do it.
This week there's a “beer primer,” one inspired not by sensibly visiting the many establishments in metro Louisville that are capable of providing a range of beers (and, presumably, which advertise in Velocity), but by a trip to the Flying Saucer in Nashville.
The less said by the Curmudgeon, the better. Read it here:
From Pilsner to Porter
What is the difference between a lager and an ale? Check our beer primer and raise your pint IQ.
When finished, vote for your favorite sections in the comments section below. Here’s mine:
Pilsner: Golden, light, dry and bottom-fermented, this form of lager is technically required to be of "super-premium" quality.