Posts Tagged: Web Resources
Posted by Alan McLeod on Sunday, May 21, 2006 in New York, Beer News, Web Resources, Pubs and Tavs - leave a comment
The New York Times ran a great article today on McSorley's Old Ale House in that good city that has run for 152 years and a group of friends who meet there there: • “ON a chilly Friday night, outlined against a blue-gray cloud of cigarette smoke in front of McSorley's Old Ale House, the Five …
Posted by Alan McLeod on Wednesday, February 15, 2006 in Web Resources, Beer and Media - leave a comment
Good news for those scribes behind The Bar Towel, a group trying to wring what good ale there is from a blink-and-you-will-miss-it hamlet at the western end of Lake Ontario, tied as they are to a few good bars and the whims of the LCBO. Well, none of that seems to matter to the Toronto Star which …
Posted by Alan McLeod on Tuesday, February 7, 2006 in Beer Art, Language and Writing, Web Resources - 1 comment
I know I have mentioned it before but you all really should be reading more Lew Bryson. You can subscribe to Lew's email service called the Occasional Pint by emailing him here and you can also read his monthly column "The Buzz" at his web site. Here is his column for February 2006. • Lew leads …
Beer Map showing breweries (green), homebrew clubs (red) • and the pop up for Middle Ages Brewing. • I have been introduced by email to Michael, maker of a map of most things beer related in the USA called...well I don't think he has a name yet: • “You have a great web site! I wanted to … read more »
Both a good personal motto and the name of an interesting UK-based beer trade website with its own blog.
Posted by Alan McLeod on Tuesday, November 15, 2005 in Regional Scenes, Web Resources, Beer Reviews - 2 comments
My pal Craig, one of the longest standing internet hands I know, is off in Australia visiting family. He sent through this image below that makes me think all is going well this spring in Oz. I wrote about this beer, Coopers Sparking Ale, a year ago when it was available in Ontario but never in …
Posted by Alan McLeod on Saturday, November 12, 2005 in About A Good Beer Blog And Its Readers, Web Resources - 9 comments
I think have asked you all before where you all are. Now you can show it on a map of the Good Beer Blog Nation from Frappr! Click on the "Ad Yourself" link to the right of the Frappr screen. I'll figure out how to run an updating version of this map sooner or later. • Let me know where you are … read more »
Posted by Alan McLeod on Thursday, November 10, 2005 in Regional Scenes, Web Resources, Pubs and Tavs - leave a comment
One of my favorite web sites in the whole world is Forgotten New York run by Kevin Walsh who is a fan of all things utilitarian in architecture in the Big Apple. He has changed the way I see any city I visit. Last summer he wrote about a former bar and included the picture to the right …
I have been away for about half a week on short notice as some of you might know but on the road I had a moment to check in with Knut in Norway and thought "good Lord, he's a great beer blogger!" • Go read Knut.
The Larsblog has begun. There are very few postings so far but here is a good one about beer in Franconia, Germany where Lars recently visited. I don't really know where Lars is located but that may be half the fun at Larsblog. I just like writing Larsblog.