Hi Marcus, thank you for your comment. I'm Systems Engineer and beer lover. I've learnt to drink beer from some friends at Germany time ago and I just can't get enough ;-) Drinking beer is mostly like an art, that never bothers me learning of...
As being an engineer, I decided to start a blog for tech people who love beer...
Hi Marcus, thanks for getting in-touch. Not a lot to tell really I'm into food and the great outdoors but mainly I just love sharing great beers with other people who appreciate the diverse and interesting selection of different beers.
I've been blogging for about a year now and have been really enjoying it, you can check out what I've been up to at http://www.davelozman.co.uk
Hi Marcus, I've been a beer fan since I could walk (or maybe that was stumble). Growing up near Milwaukee then learning about the brews of the Pacific Northwest, I love discovering and trying new, local craft beers everywhere I go.
I love beer so much and wanted to share the love with my friends, so Beer2Buds (http://www.beer2buds.com) was born as a way to send my friends a beer when I couldn't be there to share. I blog about our product, events or features, and I'm looking to connect with other beer bloggers to continue to spread the love of beer.
Hi Marcus, I am a veteran homebrewer/beer geek with some expertise in pairing beer and artisan cheese. I blog at cheeseandcheers.com. I am a journalist by trade and freelance writer, working my way into self-employment, and offering beer and cheers pairing and curating services in addition to my writing. I am also working on a book about pairing craft beer and artisan cheese. Based in Chicago, I am board emeritus with the Chicago Beer Society and a member of the American Cheese Society.
Hi Marcus, I'm a bartender for a British pub in Eskilstuna, Sweden. We specialize in craft beer from all over the world with a special focus on Swedish craft breweries. It is an exciting time for the craft beer market in Sweden with new and exciting beers appearing all the time. I'm also going to venture into home brewing later on this year. As my interest so has my need to explore the brewing process itself.
Thanks for the welcome. I will try to comunicate in an understandable english.
I have been for a long time a bassonist in a simphony orchestra. After a very hard mobbing I had to abandone my place and try to live otherwise.
I have been writng in a spanish beer-publication and I tried to make a beer-web in Catalan. There are dozens of beer-webs, but there wasn't anything serious in Catalan. One year ago I put everything in a blog which adress is on my profile. There you will find lots of things, especially about beer tasting (How to taste, what to look for). I made that on teha basis of the BJCP but now there are lots of personal things, fruit of the courses I usually give.
In two weeks I will open with my wife, a little bar where we wouls like to offer good craft beers and specialities cooked with beer.
Thanks for the welcome to the site. I've only just started my blog, partly to fill the gap of not being able to get to any decent pubs where I currently live! I like most styles of beer and likewise cheese. Mmmm cheese
Hi, Marcus. Thanks for the welcome! I am a home-brewer from NC. I have been making my own beer for almost a year now and have been blogging about it for about 5 months. I wouldn't consider myself an expert on beer, but I certainly appreciate it and have discovered that I absolutely love to make it!
Thanks for the welcome Marcus... a little about myself, All grain home brewer (a year and a half) and blogging for 3 months. Totally still learning, but I like the idea of helping get people interested in starting brewing and those already brewing extract but looking to jump to all grain. I think my writing style is super casual and I try to be funny (no idea if it works) but this seems like the right place for feedback?
Marcus, thanks for your welcome note. I'm covered up for the next two days or so, on a couple of assignments, so I'll fill out the profile as soon as I can. This is a great idea and I look forward to reading and trading ideas with all the corespondents!
Hi Marcus... I live in Brazil, and I´m beer lover, so I decided to create a blo about special beers http://www.cervejasespeciais.blogspot.com/ . But I´m not a professional about beers (I´m a layer) so I´m studyng about beers, if you could help me about something, I´m glad. Look at my blog and if is possible add my blog in your links. Thank you.... Lucas.
Hello Marcus, thank you for the welcome note. I've been into craft beer since the early 90's and have been blogging on it for about a year or so now on a friend's wine site. Recently, I even started receiving a check for my posts:) My intent is to bring beer information to the masses, raise craft beer awareness, and get people to try new beer styles. Of course providing some entertainment for my readers and having fun is priority number one. Craft beer reviews were my initial articles but I've branched out to blind taste tests, creative reviews, beer and food recipe pairings, and beer event/bar coverage.
Soon, I'll have my own site up and am looking forward to doing some entertaining collaberative projects.
I'm a beer drinker and writer from Lancashire in NW England. I write beer stuff under the name Alebagger. My favourite beers are dark - stouts, porters, milds, old ales, though I also have a weakness for pale hoppy beers, goldens and IPAs. I started blogging in June, and have just published my ninth blog. I try to get one out every Friday at http://alebaggersbeerblog.wordpress.com
I look forward to chatting with people on this site.
hello, Marcus, thanks a lot. i'm a newcomer to the whole beer weblogging, and not a sommelier... i'm a guy who likes beer and decided to put his knowledge of journalism techniques to good use. abraço !
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