Australian beer news: Thorny Devil craft beer

Australian beer news: Thorny Devil craft beer

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Used beers for underlying tension: Brazilian relief masks

“The women screamed, their prayers answered. The kite-flying children let off extraordinarily loud firecrackers and the men topped up their beers.”

Brazil is today breathing a huge, collective sigh of relief after the World Cup favourites scraped into the quarterfinals of the tournament by the skin of their teeth and the thickness of a goal post.

They’re putting a brave face on it but everyone in this country of 200 million people knows that, despite the hype and expectation, Chile came very close to kicking the hosts out of their own party.

Had it happened, it would have ranked alongside the famous “Maracanazo” when equally unfancied Uruguay beat Brazil to win the 1950 World Cup at Rio’s then newly built Maracana stadium.

I watched yesterday’s match from a vantage point overlooking the Maracana – rebuilt for this World Cup but occupying the same physical space and the same revered place in Brazil’s illustrious footballing history.

Here in Rio’s Mangueira favela, or shanty-town, children while away the hours flying home-made kites high above the modest shacks. Everyone here has dreams – a better life, a good education, a steady job.


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