So you’re sitting around coming down from the shopping high that is Cyber Monday and wanting one last fix, right? Yeah, that’s right, I know you are. So, what you should do is get yourself a signed copy of Josh Bernstein’s The Complete Beer Course.
The Complete Beer Course by Joshua M. Bernstein.
Photo credit: Christopher J. Scott
Why? As Josh puts it:
[...] a portion of every sale is earmarked for diapers for my daughter. She has an insatiable Huggies demand.
If that’s not enough (and it should be because what are you, some sort of monster that doesn’t like cute babies?) it is a great way to learn about beer, regardless of your level of knowledge. Don’t know the first thing about craft beer? You’ll learn so much that your friends will consider you the beer geek/douche in no time. Can’t remember the difference between a gose and a gueuze? You’ll be reminded and probably even learn something you didn’t know. Sounds like a win to me.
Disclaimer: Josh is not only a fine author but a fine friend.
Due to a lack of ticket sales, this has been postponed and a date has not yet been set.
Some great beers coming soon. Check out nycbrewersguild.com for details or just buy your damn tickets already.
A timely reminder from College Humor, with St. Paddy’s day coming up and all, that you shouldn’t let your beer goggles get in the way of good beer. (video link)
Fermented Tees is a new source for homebrew and craft beer t-shirts. They offered to send me one of their shirts for review so I chose the Add More Hops homebrew shirt.
The graphic is screen printed on a Gildan 100% cotton shirt and is a bit more green to my eye than the photo on their product page. With NYC Craft Beer Week approaching, I’m looking forward to wearing this soon.
Check out fermentedtees.com for this and other t-shirts and even a wrench bottle opener.