And you find 29 separate entries under various Hodgson-related topics, which will put certain minds at ease. Martyn and Ron have permanently changed the way we write, talk, and think about beer. Not bad for a couple of bloggers. (Blogs will save us.)
This will be an excellent addition to the literature on IPA.
Martyn Cornell, author of Amber, Gold, & Black: The History of Britain's Great Beers
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
We Are All Children of Pattinson and Cornell Now
By my count, the latest book in the Brewers Publication styles series, IPA by Mitch Steele, is 39% historical material. The pages are festooned with familiar graphs--well, familiar to anyone who makes this place a regular stop. In case any wankers like me were going to get all OCB wiki on them, Brewers Publications made sure this quote was placed in the press release: