Posts Tagged: Web Resources
Beer Rag is a great new beer blog written by two brothers in the New York area which I have come across through the comments page hereabouts. First, what is not to like with a blog that can come up with photoshoppery like this: • Second, it is sort of like Readers Digest with way more beer but …
Posted by Alan McLeod on Friday, August 5, 2005 in Nova Scotia, Regional Scenes, Beer and Law, Web Resources - 2 comments
Mike has done some excellent research with a map he has found showing the first places of libation in his hometown and my old stomping grounds of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Go read. If he'd scan the map we could put it up here as some interactive history with an edjificational twist. Just thinking of …
Posted by Alan McLeod on Saturday, July 30, 2005 in About A Good Beer Blog And Its Readers, Web Resources - 3 comments
Short of sending gifts of pawning value, which I fully encourage, the best way to get mention around here is to flatter and fawn. Consider these two recent emails and the excellent example they set: • “Exhibit A: • Hi there Alan, was just hoping you could mention or link to my …
And it is another group blog: the SudsPundit. Look for more under the web resources page.
Posted by Alan McLeod on Wednesday, May 18, 2005 in Belgium and the Belgian-Influenced, Web Resources - 3 comments
“[Ed.: Sadly, this post is entirely out of date and the URL of the the Belgian beer blog referenced has become a porn site.” • I received an email today from Filip Geerts in Brugge Belgium who has a fantastic beer blog about his country's brews simply called Belgian Beer. The photos are quite …
Check out...Czech out perhaps...Lew's trip to Prague in his May 2005 edition of The Buzz.
You will see below that Knut has posted about seagull eggs and beer in Norway but I just realized he has his own beer blog. It is in English and looks quite snazzy.
The Real Beer Blog has caught my eye this morning. It appears to have been brought into this world of woe on 23 March 2005. A mere pup but a great start.
Here is one with a good name - Pfiff! Well written with a tendency towards Belgians.
I am a huge fan of the not blog Forgotten New York and its regular and comprehensive investigations of some aspect or another of New York's architectural heritage. This week we have a study on some of the oldest bars in New York City.