September broke this blog's page view record, previously set in August which was previously set in July which was previously set in June which was previously set in May. In fact it has been since May of 2011 that I've been on a record breaking streak.
Do you want to know what posts have been most viewed over the last 30 days? Sure you do. Here we go ....
#1 ... Female vs. Male Brain Oct 28, 2011 ... #1 AGAIN. Just like last month. This post is still dominating on the #1 all-time viewed page list, and probably will be for quite some time.
#2 ... Pale Ale Dec 20, 2011 ... #2 AGAIN. Still getting lots of love from the google images search of the SRM chart. It is still climbing the all-time list. Now it is at #4. Last month it was #7.
#3 ... All-Grain Version of the White House Honey Porter Sep 14, 2012 ... Not really surprised that this did well this month. I am sure lots of all-grain brewers want this recipe.
#4 ... Women and Beer Jul 23, 2011 ... Doing better this month than last. Still #2 all-time.
#5 ... What should I #HomeBrew Next? Sep 17, 2012 ... I am a little bit surprised this ended up so high on this month's list. I should have gotten more votes with the number of views this got.
#6 ... White House #HomeBrew Recipes Sep 2, 2012 ... These were available lots of places. I am honored that at least a fair number of people got them from my blog.
#7 ... What is #CraftBeer? Sep 10, 2012 ... I actually thought this would get more action. Oh well.
#8 ... Beer Motivation
Oct 21, 2011 ... I guess people like to be motivated about beer. Take a
look at this post and let me know which picture you think is getting
the love. The following would be my guess:
#9 ... My #SourBeerDay Sep 12, 2012 ... Talking a little bit about brewing SheppyBrew's first sour beer.
#10 ... Popcorn Beer #HomeBrew Mar 7, 2012 ... Interesting that this got a fair amount of attention this month. Not sure why. Maybe someone important came across it and tweeted it or shared it on facebook.
Don't forget! GABF is less than a two weeks away. Chances are pretty good that October will include several blog posts about that.