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Session #82: Beery Yarns (a REDUX)

Here’s my Session #82 post. This month Steve at Beers I’ve known asks for Beery Yarns. If you recognize this post, you’re right, this is a cheat. I’ve posted it before, but this is such a great story that is close … Continue reading

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Session #79 – The announcement. Friday, Sept. 6th – USA versus Old World Beer Culture

The Session, a.k.a. ‘Beer Blogging Friday’, is an opportunity once a month for beer bloggers from around the world to get together and write from their own unique perspective on a single topic. Each month, a different beer blogger hosts … Continue reading

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Beer Review: The Wrecking Bar, Ding – The English Bitter

Ding Points: 70.00 Pour: 70.00, Nose: 70.00, Palate: 70.00, Mouth: 70.00, Global: 70.00 Tasting Notes: I have not spoken to Bob Sandage about ‘Ding‘, so I cannot comment on its origin with any degree of certainty, but here is what … Continue reading

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My cask tears – Atlanta Cask Ale Tasting 2013

So, I’m writing this just a few hours before attending Atlanta Cask Ale Tasting of 2013. In fact, I’m writing as the judging for today’s event is actually taking place and I’m texting one of the judges between paragraphs! This … Continue reading

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An awakening confirmed, and then re-affirmed by (another) return to my roots

About four years ago I drove like a madman, across the city (Atlanta), visiting four or five beer stores in the quest to find a few bottles of a relatively uncommonly distributed beer. A week later I found myself doing … Continue reading

England 2011 – The photo dump, part 2

11/11/2011 by Ding

More iphone photos from the trip. Still some editing to do here, but you get the picture.

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England 2011 – The photo dump, part 1

11/08/2011 by Ding

Just got back from my first trip home to England in four years, and as you can imagine I found it to be a trip of much gravity (despite the relatively low gravity!). I’ll be blogging about the trip as a whole sometime soon, but for now I wanted to dump a few photos from the visit to give you a flavor of what was going on over the nine days of sheer heaven. More to come, much more.

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