Saturday, July 28, 2007

Tooting my own horn

It seems my reaches into the beer community grows every day. I responded to a request from to be a contributor and help with the upkeep of the site, and they agreed! It's a wonderful opportunity to help out one of the best local blogs around--so good that they won Best Specialty Blog from the City Pages last year.

Also, Twin Cities Imbiber magazine has accepted an article I submitted about recent changes to the state's liquor laws. The issue should be on news stands at your local pub, cafe or liquor store in the next month or so.

And here I thought I was just brewing and drinking for the enjoyment of it.

Speaking of brewing, Tony and I have been busy stocking up for the winter. We have five gallons of barley wine, double IPA, extra pale ale, Belgian dubbel and Belgian amber in different stages of fermentation. Yes, you did your math correct and that's 25 gallons of beer. That should get us through Christmas.


ryan said...

Nice. Stocking up is always good. I've been too damned busy this summer... we drained my last two kegs this weekend so now I have to rush to get my wit, saison and Lemongrass rye (Bandana Brewery's recipe) in the kegs.

Eric said...

What a great summer combo! Lemongrass rye?! Maybe you'll have to have some folks over to sample the wares...