Cask or keg beer? I would go for the former but that would be more difficult to to transport and preserve. Would it not be very difficult to maintain at altitude?
Fullers no, thank you. Almost every other breweries´offer is better.
Would we also have to suffer those mini-dispensers pubs use to serve spirits – they do not dole out a measure sufficient to wet a glass. Even a double measure is still a mini dose. Outside the three mile territorial limit such booze is tax free so the measures could be more reasonably sized.
What would be the reaction of other airlines from beer drinking countries? It´d probably convince me to fly CSA on a regular basis.
How would Iberia defend its patch: wine on tap?
Speaking of TAP, would it offer port on tap?
If we go further, Caribbean would offer rum, Aeromexico tequila, S7 vodka, Aegean ouzo, and JAL saki.
All that makes us think of the north American buddies; would they offer that contemptible yellow coloured (sorry, colored) liquid they call beer?
I love the idea of the red phone box and the “fish & chip” bar.