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Discussion in 'Beer News & Releases' started by Todd, Aug 3, 2019.
wow in case you needed another reason not to drink corona
Okay, now I'm pissed off - a less than premium beer (to be kind), and that's the way it's served?
Viva la revolucion!!!
isn’t that the proper pour for corona?
No you pour it on the ground and then wash your glass.
Now you know why they add a lime!
LOL bottoms up!
(On a good note that same bucket was used to mop the bathrooms earlier, they wanted that Dank smell).
Lol some of that pine-sol would be an improvement!
As a consumer wouldn’t you see this? Like why is the concession pouring my beer from a cup and not the tap?
Geez, you try to do something nice for the environment and everyone jumps down your throat. #zerowaste
Reprehensible, hepatitis spreading filthy bastards.
Rot in hell...
Soccer stadium in Mexico? Consider the source. But do the math for shit’s sake. How much are they really saving / making? Their cost has got to be dirt fucking cheap.
Just when you thought Coors Light was the low bar.
I hope who's ever responsible dies. Slowly. Someway involving pliers.
USA Stadium beer is already upcharged a good 5x for regular product. Imagine MEXICO. And then imagine their upcharge and extra filling rate. Easily 10-15x. Scary.
Part of their no beer left behind policy.
What? Just good conservation of beer really.
One more reason not to go to kickball games.
Maybe they sell it at a discount and pocket the money? "Hey bro, I can sell you this one for half-price!"
given the thread about the battle for water to brew beer in mexico this might just be necessary
I actually had a vendor tell me if I pay him cash he’ll sell it to me half off. He was pocketing the money. Got me and my buddies a few pours for half price.
At the end of the video she pours out the cigarette butts and re-fills the cup.
I was mesmerized by the fluidity of movement by the one on the left. It's like the beer version of the shell game.
It's also worth remembering that, in my experience at major sports events, there is a massive line and for the most part beers aren't poured when you order but rather there are just a few of each available beer already poured and in a situation like this where there is only one or two available there might be dozens of pints pre-poured
I probably wouldn't have noticed the difference...
This is an odd article to see on Beer Advocate, and from Fox News? Why do you think they publish articles like this? If you need a hint, here is the top voted comment on the article:
@hoppytobehere gets it. Consider the source. And also - this is probably more common than we'd like to admit elsewhere. Moving on.
I know, right? Discussing beer on BeerAdvocate is odd.
It's hardly beer news. It's hardly journalism. If I want to read Fox News articles I will unblock my uncle Trevor on facebook.
I get that many justifiably hate Fox News, but comments like this aren't helpful here. They only serve to derail the thread by focusing on the source and not the content, which is beer-related.
You could, you know, just not read the article if you have an issue. I know you’re from the District of Columbia, but we really didn’t need to inject a political angle.
I think it’s an interesting discussion for the site.
Two questions I have, where were they getting the left over beer from? I mean are these soccer fans so polite that they bring their plastic cups back to the bar so they can be easily disposed of instead of just leaving them all over the stadium, usually spilled, like every single stadium I've ever been in? Also, shouldn't management recognize that they are clearly selling larger portions than needed and could probably sell beers that were 20% smaller for the same price?
Looks like Grupo Modelo are trying to get into the chicha business. Let's hope Sam Calagione doesn't get any ideas.
Ah, a Corona retailer revives and updates the "Ullage" process which Guinness once used - cutting out the "middleman" by not bothering to send it back to the brewery.
See Ron Pattinson's blog post Cask beer in the 1950’s – hard spiles, soft spiles and ullage (quoting "Brewing Theory and Practice" by E. J. Jeffery) and a Guinness brewmaster's book, A Bottle of Guinness, Please, explanation of what "Ullage" was.
I’m wondering where the “alleged” part was. That was in plain view.
Many restaurants used to recycle the bread not eaten by the customers and used it to make bread crumbs. How do you know if somebody touched the bread or sneezed on it while it was on their table, you don't.
This practise is just plain stupid, these beer recyclers saved a few pennies(pesos) yet lost their spot at the stadium. That's the only good new here.
But it could have been done in a film studio - you know, like the moon landing.
It's obvious those vendors are die hard beer advocates and just wanted to find a public place to solicit feedback for their latest home brew.
Bread crumbs are usually cooked again, no? Not saying that that necessarily makes it sterile but it is something.
I save all my chicken and pork bones (including wings that have been basically in my mouth) and freeze them. About monthly I dump the bag into a big pot, of boiling water, and rolling boil all day to get a dark broth, that I then freeze and use for ramen or other dishes. I'm not sure if a restaurant would be allowed to save bones that have been eaten off of like that (probably not) but I figure after boiling in water for 7hrs, they are probably more 'clean' than they were when I bought the chicken at the store. Definitely more sterile. I used to only do it with legs and thighs that I had ripped the mat off of, but I tried it with the wing bones and also pork chop bones and it really adds a ton.
Just to circle back to the OP though, the beer is NOT cooked and not okay to reuse. If they were to boil hotdogs/ sausage in it, I might be defending them!
Saving and repurposing your leftovers the way you do is a wise idea and in no way violates safe food practices. Reusing anything that has been on customers table, unless it's sealed such as pats of butter, is illegal and can draw the ire of the local B.O.H.
"Upon further review" it appears that the beer servers in the video are having trouble with their system and are dumping cups of beer with too much head into the bucket and scooping some out when it settles. I am not seeing identifiably "used beer" being served, although the last cup poured into the bucket looked kind of grey. This is still unsafe.
This concession stand was not banned from the stadium as I stated, this was a possibility.
I did some digging and it turns out it is just a new beer from
AB-Inbev- Corona Re-Serve
Gonna be some mouth sores with that one. Don't go downtown for awhile.