Back again here in the post-Thanksgiving slug with a batch of interesting reading for you before things really pick up in the coming weeks.
~ This was shaping up to be quite a fine looking reason to visit The Industry this week. Now, though, even the website doesn't say so, the Tuesday dinner with Iron Hill has been pushed back into late-January
~ Blink. There they go again. And, we're walking...
~ Lew Bryson has a wrap-up from his time in Philly with a cast of players in the ongoing discussion around Pennsylvania state law facilitated for a second time at Yards Brewing Company.
EASTERN PA, NJ, DE, AND OTHER NEARBY PARTS OF MID-ATLANTIC
~ Sly Fox is now in Delaware. Odd that it took so long for such a small state, but there you go.
~ And, while we're on the topic of Sly Fox, you'll pat yourself on the back later for taking some time off from work on Friday, Dec. 14 to help the brewery celebrate its 17th anniversary. You can even begin with a brunch on location.
~ I must've been away too long. Jean Broillet from Tired Hands tells us about something new and interesting he's cooked up. But, then again, that's his M.O. is it not?
~ Jack Curtin had a spot-on image to share of beer "belonging" with Thanksgiving…from 46 years ago.
THE REST OF PLANET BEER
~ Greg Heller-LaBelle says no matter how you cut it, Obama still wins. A fun read, even if a bit after the fact.
~ My favorite time of year at Alan McLeod's Good Beer Blog. You, too, can join in the fun.
~ Release the Geeks. Let me know how it goes.