Do you like the SBS Squires Spice trail adverts?

Discussion in 'Australia & New Zealand' started by sinkas, Aug 10, 2012.

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  1. sinkas

    sinkas Initiate (198) Jul 9, 2008 Australia
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    Even though I find the host a really creepy,
    I quite like the lengths JS are going to to try and steer people toward serving beer by style and for a reason with dishes,
  2. danieelol

    danieelol Savant (944) Jun 15, 2010 Australia

    never seen these but sounds like it's aimed at hipsters who will buy obscure glassware to drink terrible beer
  3. heygeebee

    heygeebee Poo-Bah (1,528) Aug 6, 2010 Australia

    works for me - and also the really large billboards with Squires being advertised.

    Good to see one of the big boys promoting it's craft arm....

    would also have to challenge the word terrible above - 'variable' would be better imho...
  4. sirob

    sirob Initiate (0) May 30, 2007 Australia

    I'd be +1 for terrible
  5. goodbyesoberday

    goodbyesoberday Initiate (0) May 12, 2005 Australia

    It depends on which beer you're talking about. Some are variable but golden ale has been consistently terrible for at least half a decade.
  6. Lukie

    Lukie Initiate (0) Jun 16, 2007 Australia

    "craft" is an ambiguous term it seems.
  7. Darwin553

    Darwin553 Initiate (67) Jan 5, 2009 Australia

    I for one absolutely appauld Squires and Kirin for putting the resources in behind this campaign.
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