Beer Bloggers Plan a Session

Session logoStan Hieronymous at Appellation Beer came up with an idea: Beer Blogging Friday.

Simple concept: on the first Friday of the month, beer bloggers write about a common topic. Someone different “hosts” it each month. The first one is this Friday and the topic is “Not your father’s Irish stout.”

Go to Stan’s blog to read how to get involved.

Jay Brooks over at the Brookston Beer Bulletin came up with a logo and title for this “simu-blog” thingy. It’s the logo up to the left there. Go to Jay’s blog to find various incarnations of the logo with different sizes, layouts, and wording.

See you Friday. I’ll be blogging about Organic Irish Stout. I’ll probably be writing from a brewpub in southeast Pennsylvania, either the Sly Fox in Phoenixville, or Victory in Downingtown.

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5 Responses to Beer Bloggers Plan a Session

  1. Chris – I knew we could count on you to do something organic or otherwise sustainable ;>)

  2. beeractivist says:

    Well I couldn’t very well blog about Guinness since you nixed that in the rules. Plus I have a rather unfortunate memory from college involving Guinness, or the over-consumption thereof, and a broken toilet that I really needed to use . . .

  3. As you’re growing up as a teenager, there are a number of things that you look forward to; getting your drivers license,

    graduating from high school, going to your senior prom, having your first date and having your first beer. The problem

    with this last one is that the drinking age and the thing you want make it something that you just can’t have yet. And

    still, you want it and will go to any lengths to get it.

    Underage beer drinking is certainly no secret and to try to sweep it under the carpet isn’t going to make it go away. But

    the most odd thing about underage drinking when it comes to beer is that even after kids sneak their first beer, they

    still want to have another one. If you’re wondering why that sounds so strange then you need to think back to when YOU

    had your first beer. It was pretty nasty tasting. Let’s be honest, beer is bitter and is an acquired taste. Very few

    people, if any at all, enjoyed their first beer. Many even get sick after it because of the taste or the fact that

    they’re not used to the alcohol yet.

  4. beeractivist says:

    Howdy “Make root beer” – thanks for stopping by. I appreciate your comments, however I’d also appreciate if, for the sake of readers, you’d try to keep your comments relevant to the blog entry where you post them. Thanks.
    Chris

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