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Thursday, February 01, 2007

Lew's New Brew Site

Seen Through A Glass And, guess what? It's (mostly) about session beers. Now I'm not saying I was the first with this concept (really, honestly, I'm not), but kudos to Lew for dedicating a good chunk of regular writing to brewers who are doing the workaday beers justice. In fairness, he's been talking about this for a while. It kinda reminds me of how I was drinking an Old Rasputin and Racer 5 both on tap at the Four Points Sheraton at LAX on Tuesday night. The first beer that I had after arriving home was a Yards ESA...a very nice and easy way to reset my palate...though, perhaps not the archetypal session beer, but close enough for me. Of course, we'll continue to be fascinated with these outrageous beers and seek them out, but at the end of the day, it starts and ends with these drinkable session beers that Lew describes. Click here for other sites we keep tabs on.

1 comment:

Adam said...

Thanks Bryan. He only has a few posts and I'm already hooked. ;-)