So, now if you want to read up on Sheppy Brew's beers, not only can you go to http://beer.ericshepard.com, but now you can go to http://www.sheppybrew.com. Personally, I'll be getting there through the new sheppybrew.com domain name. Google has not indexed sheppybrew.com, yet, so my search page still hits beer.ericshepard.com. I'm sure I'll be able to update that soon.
I set up forwarding to the "brewing" labeled entries of this blog at http://blog.sheppybrew.com, so if you want to read about beer on my blog, but not all the other boring minutia of my life, you can bookmark that url (right ... like anyone would want to come back here more than once).
Thank you to the Beer Snob Chick who just recently gave me a suggestion on where to buy New Belgium's 2010 La Folie. You may remember (but most likely you don't) that La Folie was one of the great sour beers that I tried this year at GABF (that stands for Great American Beer Festival for my step-cousin-in-law). As of the time I am writing this, I have not headed up to 14th and Krameria, yet. I hope they still have some when I arrive.
|The hazelnut chocolate Bluefield Ale|
|The beer model thought Bluefield Chocolate Ale was good.|
|The kids didn't think it smelled disgusting|
We played up in the mountains by Mt. Evans this Saturday, and stopped by Tommy Knocker brew pub for lunch. I got to use my AHA membership card to get the pub discount. This is the first place that I've pulled out the card and had the person actually know what I was talking about. The beer model and I each got a free pint (I think the deal there is a free pint with an entree ... which is a pretty good deal). Lunch was nice. My Hop Strike Black Rye IPA was excellent. Tracy liked her Jack Whacker Wheat Ale as well.
As always, if you are reading this on facebook, it really looks nicer on my blog: http://blog.ericshepard.com/2010/12/sheppybrewcom.html.
Awe...I'm so glad it didn't suck. And for the record, I don't dislike the smell of beer (unless it's old and stale and/or regurgitated); it's the taste I object to. Sure hope you can figure out a delivery system, because I'd love to try it. Might have to take a drive this summer...ReplyDelete
Oh, and when I checked my stats, your blog was one of the top referring sites...thanks, you're so kind :)ReplyDelete
I almost always get to your blog through my "blogs I read", so a significant number of those come from me. You're welcome.ReplyDelete
"Seventy to seventy-five percent of what we perceive as taste actually comes from our sense of smell. Taste buds allow us to perceive only bitter, salty, sweet, and sour flavors."
So, maybe, what we need to do is provide as many aromatic ingredients in the beer as possible.ReplyDelete