ED HERR’S BRITISH IMPRESSION (AND FIVE OTHER LESSONS WE LEARNED IN THE UK)
Where do you go to find out if your new Sourdough Pub Style Pretzels are truly worthy of their pub-style name? You go to some of the oldest pubs in the world and talk to people who know a thing or two about good pub grub.
That’s exactly what we at Herr’s did when we traveled from Nottingham, PA, to Nottingham, UK, with more than 400 bags of our Pub Pretzels along for the ride. So, what did we learn from our visit to Nottingham?
We learned that our pretzels can be used to create a tasty pub game.
We learned that Bob’s your uncle, and Fanny is your long-lost aunt.
We learned that Brits really do like their beer a little on the warm side.
We learned that the queen of England might think our Pub Style Pretzels are the cat’s whiskers.
We learned that British food is actually pretty darned good. (Bangers and mash, anyone?)
We also learned that our own Ed Herr can do a pretty impressive British accent.
We’ll share videos of some of these lessons with you over the next few months, starting with Ed’s “satisfying” impersonation below. Speaking of satisfying, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and leave a comment on our Pub Style Pretzel posts for a chance to win a year’s supply of Pub Style Pretzels.