Thursday, 29 March 2012

What Is The Best "Beer Of The Americas" For Sausages?

Do you remember when we found the best European beer to drink with sausages?  Glad you do, I can't remember a thing after Ethiopia.....


We're doing it again, but this time we're testing beers from north and south America.  We've gathered beers from Canada, the USA, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Guatemala and Cuba, and battle will be joined soon....

The scoring categories are:


Alcohol By Volume – Is it a potent brew?  One point per one percent
Flavour – How does it taste?  0 (liquid poop) to 10 (nectar).
Looks – Includes the beer in the glass, the bottle, and cap.  From 0 (Widdecombe) to 5 (Kirsty from The Woolpack).
Head – Good head or over too soon?  From 0 to 5.
Beer/Sausage Compliment Factor (BSCF) – Match made in heaven or George & Mildred?  From 0 to 5.
Would a fugitive Great Train Robber enjoy this more than a Fosters? – Yes +2, no -2.
Price – Taking £5 as a price I would consider waaay too much for a beer, the score is “5 minus Actual cost”.
Are their football team a bunch of handballing World Cup cheats?  No +1, Yes -15.


Let battle commence!  Check back here in a couple of weeks time for the results, the photos, and the backstage gossip.

2 comments:

Sue said...

Mmmm - may the best beer win and I hope the judging will be as much in the spirit of fair play as last time!

Rate My Sausage said...

Sue, the scoring criteria are plainly listed....I have no idea what you may be incinerating about the European challenge!?