So far I’ve been doing most of the posting because Carla has been very busy doing some of the heavy lifting behind the scenes. You’ll notice over there on the left that there’s a navigation menu broken out into a number of categories. I hope you’ve take a look around, because that’s where you’ll find the fruits of her labor: In a short period of time she’s made a great start on creating a resource that we hope you’ll find useful. Want to know what beers your favorite beer store has on tap in their growler program? We’ll have them here, updated with the most recent information we can get our hands on.
(By the way, do you own an establishment that fits into one of the categories? Let us know who you are and what you’re doing. We want this to be as comprehensive a resource as we can make it. We’re making the rounds as quickly as we can, but you don’t have to wait on us.)
The events list to the right will always show the next five events we know about, but you can get a more comprehensive view from the full Calendar link on the left. One event that I’m already looking forward to with great anticipation is the 2nd Annual Midwest Winter Beer Festival slated for February 6-7 at the Radisson Cincinnati Riverfront in Covington, KY. In many ways, last year’s event planted the seeds for this blog. It’s well-organized, an incredible value and benefits an outstanding non-profit organization: the Big Joe Duskin Education Foundation. This event is an absolute can’t-miss. Start making your plans.
In the upcoming week you can expect to see some reviews, including one in a category we’re calling “Yeah, We Tried It.” That’s where we’ll review beers you’ve been curious about, but don’t want to be seen buying. This week’s entry: Budweiser American Ale.
Yeah. We tried it.
We’ll also take a look at Mt. Carmel’s Copper Ale and probably a couple of others to to kick us off. And we’ll be at Rock Bottom Thursday evening for the tapping of the Buffalo Gold Ale.
Look for us. We’ll be the ones with the beer.