Beer Gallery (aka old iphone photo dump) – Part 1
08/07/2011

I know that many beer geeks love beer ‘porn’, so I had an idea when swapped my old 3G iphone out for a new iphone 4 a few weeks ago. Why not dump all the beer related photos on to the Blog?

There’s no rhyme or reason here, no order and no specific point, it’s just a dump of the beer shots that were accumulated on my iphone over the last few years. Obviously the quality will not be stellar, but it’s a neat, somewhat incomplete record of some of my recent beer encounters.

If you want me to identify where and what these are, I will try to help as much as I can, but many of them are simply ‘pictures of beer’! Enjoy.

 

 


9 Comments

  1. Steve

    I can hear your phone breathing a sigh of relief!

    Where was that firkin being tapped? Bar looks familiar… and now, on to a recap of the Chicago trip?

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    • Ding

      If you are talking about 064 and 065, that’s 5 Seasons Westside here in Atlanta, GA. Chicago road trip will be recapped soon!

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  2. Steve

    Not sure where you’re getting the I.D. numbers.

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    • Ding

      Hover over the pictures and you’ll see the name of the file.

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  3. Steve

    Not working on my system. Probably a Safari quirk.

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    • Ding

      Safari should work, too.

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      • Steve

        Yep, works now (or maybe I wasn’t patient enough).

        And Yep, 064 and 065.

        I know a couple stubborn English men who would be surprised to see that firkin (or is it a pin?) — even though I’ve told them we know cask conditioned beer over here.

      • Ding

        With respect, in general, I don’t think America has a CLUE about cask!

      • Steve

        “In general,” maybe — but all a revolution needs is zealous upstarts.

        I can remember a decade ago (in my area, anyway) it seemed that only the home-brewers knew what cask ale was. Now there are 2 pubs and a tavern in my vicinity that keep a beer engine or 2 running — and they often sell out the beer before a new cask is available.

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