Curmudgeon - Beer and Pubs Archive 1998
- The Good Cuppa Guide - Why should pubs try to appeal to people who don't like them in the first place?
- In-Pub Mountaineering - Sometimes getting to the loo is like negotiating an assault course
- Facts, not Hysteria - The sober truth about the drink-driving statistics
- The Furnace & Firkin - Customers don't want stiflingly hot pubs
- One Size Fits All - You can have any size packet you want, so long it's a big 'un
- Seriously Concerned - The dangerous killjoys who want to stop you going to the pub and drinking alcohol
Uncorking the Market - How pubs could, and should, offer a much better range of wine
- One Man's Meat - Pubs should tread carefully with piped music, but I've no problem with the odd snatch of Boston
- Old Curmudgeon's Almanack - Curmudgeon gazes into his crystal ball......
- Waiter, the Beer List Please! - Why do hotels that pride themselves on their food and wine offer such a poor choice of beer?
The Goldfish Bowl Inn - Do you want passers-by gawping at you as you drink your pint?
Ballykisschelmsford - English pubs can get extensions for St Paddy, but not for our own St George
- Saving Electricity - CAMRA should campaign to save an endangered beer dispense method
Soft Thinking - Half-baked ideas about soft drink prices in pubs
- Ye Olde Fake Hostelrie - The old Brewer's Fayre gets an upmarket makeover
- Fear of Flavour - Many lager drinkers actively avoid anything that tastes of malt and hops
Bite Your Lip - Middle-aged men look pathetic drinking from the bottle, but can you tell them that?
- Broad or Narrow Minded? - If real ale is to survive, beer lovers must speak up for well-known beers as well as obscure ones
- The Hogshead & Haemorrhoid - Why are so many pubs being turned into comfort-free zones?
Something for the Weekend, Sir? - How customer care manuals end up irritating pub customers
Not the Beer Talking- Our ludicrous cultural cringe in favour of wine over beer
- The Cold Light of Day- The drink-driving danger the government refuses to tell us about
Drinking With Your Eyes - Beer that looks bad almost always is bad
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