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Various - The Tale Of Ale. The Story Of Englishman And His Beer FLAC album


Performer: Various
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: The Tale Of Ale. The Story Of Englishman And His Beer
Country: UK
Released: 1993
Style: Folk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1858 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1259 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1224 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 102
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Real Ale Today folder, with a 16 page booklet, a small folder and two single sheet inserts. Contains information about many of the surviving small Breweries and Pubs where you can still find Real Ale. Made in England. The Tale Of Ale (La Historia Del Ingles Y Su Cerveza) ‎(2xLP, Album, Comp).

Ale, Ale, Glorious Ale. 31. –Eddie Upton and The Pump and Pluck Band. 32. –Vic Gammon and The Pump and Pluck Band. 33. –Robin Dransfield and The Pump and Pluck Band. Hey, John Barleycorn.

With a lineup that includes such British folk heavies as Peter Bellamy, Robin Dransfield, and Eddie Upton, it's hard not to hold Free Reed's The Tale of Ale: The Story of the Englishman and His Beer up to some of the genre's other great alcohol-inspired collections like . Lloyd's English Drinking Songs and the Clancy Brothers' Come. Fill Your Glass with Us. This collection of songs and stories about "the English and their beer" from folklorist Vic Gammon was originally released in 1977

Many craft breweries report that their version is the most popular beer they sell. With so many IPAs now in the market, the brewers are coming up with all sorts of ways to get their product to stand above the fray. High hop rates are becoming the norm, with ABVs approaching or even exceeding the 10% range growing more and more common. A few points: there’s no evidence for the 1829 shipwreck story. more Porter was exported to India than Pale Ale. it wasn’t primed with sugar in the cask before export. it was the exact opposite they tried to get the beer as fullt attenuated as possible.

Trying Golden Harvest pale ale by 12 Acres and Poles Apart South by Wicklow Wolf. Sorry, I couldn't resist. The labelling on this 12 Acres Golden Harvest pale ale reminds me of the For Dummies range of books. Thankfully, the idea of a For Dummies book is to educate people and that's precisely what Golden Harvest should do. First, it lets you know what's in the beer and where it comes from as well. That's a good thing because this beer was specially commissioned by Aldi and I believe is exclusively for sale in their stores

Englishman, Irishman and Frenchman Joke. Three Englishmen and a Welshman Tale. Scotsman, Irishman, and Englishman in Prison. The last Englishman told his friends he knew how to rile the Welshman and bounced up to the table and yelled, 'St David was an Englishman!' The Welshman replied, calmly, 'That's what your mates were trying to tell m. Gallows Humour. An American and an Irishman were enjoying a ride in the country when they came upon an unusual sight - an old gallows. An Englishman, a Welshman and an Irishman were at the fair and about to go on the helter-skelter when an old witch steps in front of them. This is a magic ride,' she says. You will land in whatever you shout out on the way down. I'm game for this,' says Dai, the Welshman, and slides down the helter-skelter shouting 'GOLD!' at the top of his voice.

For all his love of Gawain, Gareth will not defend murder or vengeance even when Gawain is guilty of them. Seeing that Gawain is "evir vengeable," Gareth shuns him, seeking out Launcelot instead. The true end of love, Gareth's story shows, is marriage. And all the symbolic extensions of the ideal of marriage which Malory had earlier set up in "Arthur and King Lucius" are reintroduced here. Gareth's tale ends in his own marriage and that of his brothers, followed by the related ritual of feudal commendation, wherein all those who have been overcome or rescued by Gareth come to pledge their fealty in return for his protection as overlord; the ending then widens out to Arthur's parallel dispersing of titles and lands

So far Beauty and the Beast has rung the company’s cash register as a cartoon, a Broadway musical, a soundtrack album, and, most recently, a live-action film with Emma Watson. The story was probably first recorded in 16th-century Italy, but Puss seems to have acquired his swashbuckling boots about 100 years later in France, in the same book of stories featuring Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, and Beauty and the Beast, and he’s been rocking them ever since. What’s with the boots?

The Franklin’s Tale recounts the story of Dorigen who is courted by Aurelius during her husband, Arveragus’, absence. She rejects his love and kiddingly says that he can have her if he can make all the rocks from the coastline vanish and thus make her husband’s return safe. In the meanwhile Arveragus returns from his trip and Dorigen is happily reunited with her husband. But Aurelius who still pines for her enlists the help of a magician and makes the rocks disappear. Chaucer then relates the Tale of Melibee. Melibee’s enemies attack his house and his daughter is injured. But his wife, Dame Prudence persuades him to banish all thoughts of revenge and to forgive his enemies. The Monk’s Tale comprises of a series of tragedies. The Knight who can no longer bear the tediously dismal stories interrupts the Monk. The Nun's Priest’s Tale is a merry beast fable.

The History of Beer Comes to Life! We drink it. We love it. But how much do we really know about beer? Starting from around 7000 B. For someone who was a comic book geek before a beer geek, The Comic Book Story of Beer seamlessly melds both worlds. Both fun and educational, it nicely shows how beer’s story is humankind’s story. Jay R. Brooks, syndicated newspaper columnist and beer writer. AARON McCONNELL illustrated The . Constitution: A Graphic Adaptation and The Gettysburg Address: A Graphic Adaptation, as well as various other nonfiction, historical fiction, and fantasy comics. He is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design and a member of Periscope Studio in Portland, Oregon. You can find more of his work at aamcconnell.

Tracklist

1 Eddie Upton, Pam Gilder and Musica Inebriata Bring Us In Good Ale
2 Joby Blanshard / Michael Smee Andrew Boorde On Ale
3 Robin Dransfield and Musica Inebriata Jolly Good Ale And Old
4 William Rushton He That Buys Land
5 Peter Wood and Musica Inebriata The Merry Fellows
6 Peter Bellamy and Musica Inebriata Soldiers Three
7 Oriana Tapster, Drinker
8 Joby Blanshard The Tunnyng Of Elynour Rummyng
9 Michael Smee Andrew Boorde On Beer
10 John Foreman and Musica Inebriata London's Ordinary
11 Michael Smee Some Brewer's And Drinker's Epitaphs
12 Oriana Of Honest Malt Liquor
13 Peter Wood and Musica Inebriata The Malt's Come Down
14 Michael Smee Stubbes On Drunkenness
15 Robin Dransfield and Barry Dransfield Good Ale For My Money
16 Eddie Upton and Musica Inebriata The Excise Ballad
17 William Rushton, Michael Smee The Porter From MacBeth
18 Eddie Upton, Pam Gilder, Vic Gammon and The Pump and Pluck Band Peas, Beans, Oats, And The Barley
19 Pam Gilder and The Pump and Pluck Band Now Harvest Is Over
20 Musica Inebriata The British Toper
21 Roy Harris and The Pump and Pluck Band Nottingham Ale
22 William Rushton Bickerdyke On Temperance
23 Oriana O Ale Ab Alendo
24 Vic Gammon and The Pump and Pluck Band John Barleycorn
25 Peter Wood , Ian Russell and Vic Gammon Ye Mar'ners All
26 William Rushton Epitaph
27 Pam Gilder and The Pump and Pluck Band Poor Tom Is Dead And Gone
28 Pam Gilder and Vic Gammon Don't Go Out Tonight, Dear Father
29 William Rushton The Drunkard's Looking Glass
30 Roy Harris Ale, Ale, Glorious Ale
31 Eddie Upton and The Pump and Pluck Band I Likes A Drop Of Good Beer
32 Vic Gammon and The Pump and Pluck Band The Carter's Health
33 Robin Dransfield and The Pump and Pluck Band Hey, John Barleycorn
34 Vic Gammon Here's A Health To The Mistress
35 William Rushton / Joby Blanshard / Michael Smee Meux's Porter Vat
36 John Foreman and Vic Gammon A Pot Of Porter
37 Vic Gammon, Eddie Upton and The Pump and Pluck Band I've Been To France / Here's A Health Unto Master
38 Roy Harris and The Pump and Pluck Band The Man That Waters The Worker's Beer
39 Peter Bellamy and The Pump and Pluck Band October Brew
40 Pam Gilder and The Pump and Pluck Band John Appleby
41 Joby Blanshard Epitaph
42 John Foreman and The Pump and Pluck Band Charley Mopps
43 Eddie Upton and The Pump and Pluck Band This Is Our Mistress' Health
44 Vic Gammon and The Pump and Pluck Band Michael Blann's Drinking Song
45 The Pump and Pluck Band The British Toper

Credits

  • Compiled By, Written By, Arranged By – Vic Gammon
  • Performer [Music] – Barry Dransfield, Eddie Upton, Musica Inebriata, The Pump and Pluck Band
  • Performer [Readings] – Joby Blanshard, Michael Smee, William Rushton
  • Performer [Songs] – Eddie Upton, John Foreman , Oriana, Pam Gilder, Peter Bellamy, Peter Wood , Robin Dransfield, Roy Harris, Vic Gammon

Notes

Issued with 8 page booklet containing history and illutration relating to alcohol.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016272 002326 >

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FRRD 023/024 Various The Tale Of Ale (The Story Of The Englishman And His Beer) ‎(2xLP, Album) Free Reed FRRD 023/024 UK 1977
DD-22041/42 Various The Tale Of Ale (La Historia Del Ingles Y Su Cerveza) ‎(2xLP, Album, Comp) Guimbarda DD-22041/42 Spain 1981