Posts Tagged: Web Resources
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.
I got an email today from Jim, the author of the Maltblog out of Syracuse NY which just south of GBB central here in south-eastern Ontario. He has a a great post about Rochester's Beers of the World which I am needing to figure out how to get to one of these days. Go have a read over there.
“Now, for the last couple of years, I have had it in my head that I could have a drink in 1000 different bars within a year. I have discussed this with my wife, who thinks I am crazy, and she has agreed to support me in my endeavor. I have also rejoined a health club and am going to prove that my …
Check out Jon at The Beer Site who located in the NW corner of the USA. He is doing some very good beer blogging these days. See the guys at Hail the Ale as well those beer blogging Norwegians.
Posted by Paul of B. St-E. on Wednesday, January 19, 2005 in Beer and Science, Web Resources - 2 comments
It's certainly a dilemma that I have, trying to record and describe the taste characteristics of beer objectively. Those familiar with British TV and with the wine journalist Jilly Goulden might be tempted to inject some of her spirit into the proceedings and use adjectives like 'rubber tyres' and …
Posted by Alan McLeod on Sunday, January 16, 2005 in Beer Stores and Beer Shopping, Web Resources, Home Brewing
I received an email from Jim Curtis of Chicago who writes: • “Hey beerbloggers, • My name is Jim Curtis and I'm a homebrewer from the west suburbs of Chicago. I have a general beer and brewpub info site at www.beer100.com. I have just quit my government job and opened a brewing shop in …