I am fortunate in that I get many gifts…every time I do a tasting, beer dinner, teach at Humber or at one of my Prud’homme courses. These gifts are the understanding that I am making a difference or that suddenly a light has gone on deep in the recesses of the beer psyche.
The other day, I got a massive gift from Emma’s Back Porch in Burlington. I was informed by one of my Prud’homme students that Emma’s had undergone a massive change in their beer cellar. You can see by this image that this is one very good draught equipment set up. It is clean and done professionally with FOB’s and secondary regulators. I couldn’t be happier that a massive beer publican has seen fit to provide their guests with excellent beer. A giant pat on the back to Emma’s.
I only wish that other draught beer purveyors had the insight to take the same path - the one of least resistance, the one of quality, the one of beer excellence.