Wheat beer, as the name suggests, is made up of at least 50 per cent wheat. The wheat content is much higher than in other beers that primarily contain barley or rye. While most wheat beers are pale and cloudy, they are also light and refreshing. Some varieties are Hefeweizen (a Bavarian beer with banana, bubblegum, and clove notes), Dunkelweizen (a darker hefeweizen with a more roasted malt), Weizenbock (a stronger hefeweizen with more fruit and malt flavours), Witbier (a Belgian style wheat beer), Berliner Weisse (a northern Bavarian light and sour beer), and American Wheat (the American version of a German wheat beer). … [Read more...] about Say cheers with ‘El Chapo’: Guzman’s daughter launches beer named after Mexican kingpin father
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Personal mattersThe real irony, of course, lies in his mention of America’s political landscape when we spoke, but the complete absence of it from his show. It is a uniquely bizarre position for someone who admits his career is shaped by the injustices he saw around him as he grew up. “I don’t do political material ever. There’s so much of it on television. This is about my personal life, it’s a personal show.” His reasons are simple. “I don’t want to do what others are doing. If everyone is going left, I’m going right. Why would I want to be like anyone else? I don’t follow trends. I do me.” … [Read more...] about Russell Peters: still funny?
Since each wombat has multiple burrows, many can be vacant within a home range, and abandoned burrows are common in some areas. A 2007 study showed that even among “active” burrows (those with signs of recent use), only one in three are actually occupied by a wombat at any given time. … [Read more...] about Tales of wombat ‘heroes’ have gone viral. Unfortunately, they’re not true
Little known in the UK, Jessica and her TV presenter husband Ben – son of former Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney – are front-page-worthy socialites in Canada, where their 2008 wedding played out much like a royal wedding does in Britain. … [Read more...] about What will Prince Harry and Meghan’s life in Canada look like?
He struggled for five years to get a space to exhibit the show, and finally got a chance in 2019 when well-known artist and friend Arpana Caur offered him the use of her own gallery. He then took the show to Constitution Club in New Delhi in December, where it was shown alongside a panel discussion on the 1984 riots by the Sikh Forum. “It was wonderful. The amount of traffic was incredible. People who came were deeply affected. Since the Sikh Forum gives scholarships to the children and grandchildren of the riot victims, there was a strong connection,” he says. He was also invited to present the exhibition at a cultural festival in Delhi on January 02, the day artist-activist Safdar Hashmi was killed by a violent mob. … [Read more...] about ‘Most of My Heroes’: Vijay Jodha’s exhibition on victims of the 1984 anti-Sikh riots