I was born within sniffing distance of a brewery which prides itself on its pint, so the pleasures of ale drinking ought to be in my blood. Yet, I'm ashamed to admit now, I was I think nearly nineteen years old before I tried the true pleasures of a real pint, though I'd been drinking the characterless megakeg stuff for a year or so after reaching legal drinking age in the UK and somewhat timidly before then, good boy that I was not wanting to run foul of the law. When not enjoying a good pint, which I do in sensible quantities once or twice a week usually, I've worked in broadcasting, catering, customer services, for a music company and am a published freelance writer (though not yet on beer!). I'm also a member of MENSA but don't let that put you off.
Harveys Sussex Bitter, Fuller's, Timothy Taylor Landlord
So, the bill that the legislature in Florida is submitting for a vote allows the sale of 64 ounce growlers by breweries. The big caveat is that the breweries have to sell the beer to a distributor then buy it back from the distributor to sell in their taproom. Sounds like a dumb way to do things to me.