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Ice cream should be served at that, definitely not beer.
That's got to be a record minimum! The lowest I've ever seen the scornful digital display dip is just below 2 degrees. I imagine the Fosters drinkers love it though - you wouldn't be able to taste a thing!
If it's Euro-fizz the that's probably the kindest thing you can do to it!
Yes, it should if its Carling/Carlsburg etc. Otherwise there's a danger that it might taste of something. Which can't be pleasant.I remember when an extra-cold pump was installed at my golf club. When a regualr asked what the difference was, one bloke said '20p a pint' and I said 'evn less taste'. And we were both right.
Funny that Paul uses the expression "Euro-fizz" when most of the poorest lager served in this country is brewed here.
Yesterday it was 40.5 C. in my neck of the woods. I was drinking a local blond ale that was served VERY cold. Frozen glass to start with, then the beer was dispensed very cold. I generally do not prefer to drink beer at extremely cold temperatures, but there are exceptions.
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