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UPDATE 1-China's appetite for barley sucks in French and Canadian new crop
18 Overrated Beers
When blizzards blanket the country, beer becomes a bone-warming necessity. During icicle season, drinkers typically look to a strapping stout or a beefy barley wine—potent beers with alcohol percentages that often trump the thermometer reading well, Celsius anyway. In recent years, craft brewers have used December, January, and February as a launching pad for releasing their dankest, bitterest brews. Why do such bitter beers work in winter? The answer lies in a happy, hoppy coincidence.
Why Is American Beer So Bland?
Raise your hand if you're even fatter now than you were on New Year's Day. No, your other hand, the one that isn't strangling a donut. Oh, I see. Well, do you have a third hand?
By Gus Trompiz. China has bought huge volumes of foreign crops to feed a pig herd that is rebuilding after the deadly African Swine Fever epidemic led to the culling of hundreds of millions of hogs. Chinese buying has contributed to higher prices for key crops and to food inflation worldwide as concerns about food security during the COVID pandemic drive governments and industry to stock up. Beijing is aiming to plug a gap in supply after diplomatic tensions with Canberra led to the imposition of a trade-sapping That would be in line with at least 1 million tonnes of new-crop European barley thought to have been sold so far, traders said.