Monday, July 28, 2014

Yes indeed:

"Live life with katkero in your beer - not bitterness in your heart"


7 comments:

  1. Katkero - Gentiana (Gentiana lutea, extract of the roots is used in brewing) http://www.picatom.com/2c/Gentiana_lutea-1.html
    Gentiana alpina http://www.picatom.com/2c/2724995568_8bed2ebb5c-1.html
    Beautifull flower, I am sure bitterness in the heart does not look like this :)
    According to the legend with the juice of the herb centaury (one of the members of the gentian family) centaur Chiron treated wounds, maybe heart wounds too. :)
    http://www.picatom.com/2c/4818702583_0acf7ce2f8_z-1.html
    I was just wondering what is this "katkero":)

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    1. Katkero means bitters. Bitters is used to help flavor beer.

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    2. Thus, not only this bitter root of gentian but variety of herbs, spices and bitter liqueurs is meant.
      Thank you for info! I don't drink beer, don't really know about it, I rather hold bitterness in my heart as they say. :)

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  2. Excellent beer, I tried this once! Maybe was called Punk-ale IPA, pale ale. Really nice.
    Good philosophy too! ;)

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  3. I've another one to lend you:
    "Malt does more than Milton can / to justify God's way to men" :)

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