[Talk-GB] Drinking Map of UK
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Sun Nov 27 21:33:15 GMT 2011
On 27 November 2011 20:54, Graham Jones <grahamjones139 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Where I was coming from is that I think that 'real-stuff=yes' is useful as
> it distinguishes the supplier of 'craft' products from 'industrial' ones.
> The problem is that there are lots of different types of stuff - ale, beer,
> cider, perry - I am sure there are lots more.
> Having a separate key for each one seems a bit over the top, because at one
> level a user may just want to know if a place just sells Carlsberg and John
> Smiths, or something more interesting.
> Those with more advanced pallets than I may well then be interested if it
> the interesting thing is ale, beer, fancy Belgian lager things, German wheat
> beer, hand crushed apple cider etc. etc.
> Therefore I would prefer to see a more generic type of 'real-stuff' key used
> which can be 'yes' or 'ale|beer|.....', depending on how keen the mapper is
Fair point, but there's a difference between "real stuff" in bottles
and "real stuff" on draught.
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