Canadian poutine in London

In the province of Quebec, it’s regarded as a dish to savour after a boozy night out. Poutine has the reputation as being the perfect thing to eat to offset a hangover. Buying a portion may even bring a cheeky morning-after bonus of leftovers for breakfast.

Poutine in Montreal and Quebecois life

“Where's it from really doesn't matter because what you want is the authentic poutine from a food truck or shack on the side of the road as you're road-tripping through Quebec. That's how you should have your poutine when you're not drunk,” says Martine who likes the cheese curds on her poutine to be squeaky.

Organic farming and Austrian beer

“In Austria craft beer makes up just two to three per cent of the market. Austria is not the USA, where craft beer has a good 12 per cent market share of the beer market. There's a reason. Namely, here in Austria and Germany we've always had a well-maintained beer culture. We had good beers and the tradition lives on strongly here and there wasn't much of a place for craft beer,” said Markus Trinker, creative brewmaster at the Wildshut Stiegl estate.

Sean Crawford talks about DropZone Brewery

Stuart Forster sips a bottle of Red On beer and interviews Sean Crawford, the founder of DropZone Brewery. During an autumn evening in 2020, Sean Crawford was drinking wine with a friend. By the time they had drained their final glasses of the night, the concept behind DropZone Brewery was sketched out. Sean is a...