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Tag: craft beer

Booze Reviews: Stone Levitation, Great Divide Belgica, Young’s Chocolate Stout

Men raising steins of beerInspired by the good work/beer evangelism of the ever-readable Builder of Coalitions, among others, I’ve been trying some different beers, and thought I’d treat you lucky things to some quick and dirty beer reviews. There are so many good beers out there, so I figured I ought to join in the conversation and get beer-blogging again. Read the rest of this entry »

Brewdog Paradox Smokehead (or ‘My Head Hurts, But I’ll Try A Craft Beer Review Anyway’)

Brewdog Paradox SmokeheadSo, all that beer talk gave me quite the thirst. And boy did I go to town satisfying it last night. It was a friend’s birthday, and he is probably the most beer-geeky of my friends. He appreciates a good drink, and I appreciate that. The night was going swimmingly enough, but we were ending up in the kind of trendy bars where you might get a fancy lager, but you’re unlikely to come across anything more interesting. Read the rest of this entry »

Building those coalitions

handshakeI think what I like about WordPress most is the way the platform helps foster communities and encourages networking amongst its users. Or, to put it another way, it is full of lots of good people, who are fun to read, respond to, and generally get to know. In a non-scary, non-stalker-y sense, I hasten to add. Read the rest of this entry »

Building international coalitions through beer, American indie rock, college football and other delights

Denver Pale AleA little over a month ago England drew with the United States at the World Cup, and I lost a bet with Zac from the fine blog Building International Coalitions Through Beer And Pavement.1 Luckily, losing the bet just involved writing a blog post, rather than parting with huge wedges of cash or undertaking embarrassing forfeits. However, being the terrible, lazy, busy man that I am, it is only now I have got around to the task at hand… Read the rest of this entry »