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Posted at 6:26 PM ET, 01/ 4/2011

Reconciliation

By Ezra Klein

Recap: We've changed the filibuster many times before; Bill Daley would be a very odd choice for chief of staff; and the value of incumbency appears to be declining.

Elsewhere:

1) A 10-year-old discovered a supernova.

2) Can redistribution accelerate growth?

3) This seems like a pretty narrow definition of what makes for a good beer.

4) I think, for instance, it would exclude this beer, which I had recently, and found to be very, very good.

5) I'll be talking filibuster today on Rachel Maddow's show (which is being guest-hosted by Chris Hayes).

Recipe of the Day: Brisket ragu.

By Ezra Klein  | January 4, 2011; 6:26 PM ET
 
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Comments

--*This seems like a pretty narrow definition of what makes for a good beer.*--

It's not a definition, it's an opinion, and I daresay that I agree with it.

One of the challenges in brewing beer is to get the yeast to consume all the sugar, else one winds up with soda pop, which too many craft ales are.

And, to me, hops are like cilantro (in food), anything more than a very minimal amount is too much, and in some things, any is too much. That said, a hopped ale without peer is Bass, best enjoyed unrefrigerated, out of a large glass.


Posted by: msoja | January 4, 2011 8:10 PM | Report abuse

" ... hops are like cilantro (in food), anything more than a very minimal amount is too much ..."

Ah yes, and the Patriots are better than the Celtics ...

A particularly useless argument, all the way around.

Posted by: drinkof_more | January 4, 2011 8:53 PM | Report abuse

--*A particularly useless argument*--

Klein referred to an opinion as a "definition". You call another opinion an "argument".

"It was like being a champion at tennis, and condemned to play with rabbits, as well as having always to get their wretched balls out of the net for them." -- Fowles, "The Magus"

Posted by: msoja | January 4, 2011 11:33 PM | Report abuse

That was a pretty awful post on beer. My day is much worse for having read it.

Posted by: bwwww | January 5, 2011 9:08 PM | Report abuse

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