My favorite beer of all time is from a brewery in Belgium. I love the German-influenced style that this brew is best known for. The “beer 30” tag refers to the number of beers that one can drink within a 30-day period, a number that increases exponentially with each additional beer consumed.
This is a really neat little beer blog that’s been around for a while. It’s like a personal diary but for beer. Just go down this link and read through all the posts and pictures and recipes.
Check out my other blog, beer30.com as well. It’s a great resource for all things beer related.
Beer30.com is a blog that talks about beer, the beer scene, and the world that surrounds it. There are over 2,000 posts and over 10,000 pictures in all. There is a weekly video series with other beer bloggers, and some of the best beer reviews around. The beer 30 blog is a great resource for anyone looking for a good place to start in the beer world.
I want to point out that there are a few other beer blogs that I really like. One of my top picks is Beer Advocate. They have tons of information and the ability to reach a lot of really knowledgeable people as well as the ability to have a blog with a lot of great recipes.
I’m not sure if it really works that way, but I feel like some beer blogs are more informative than others. For example, my friend and fellow beer blogger, Eric, is my go-to guy when I’m looking for good beer reviews. He has some awesome beer recipes as well as some nice photos. I also really appreciate the fact that the Beer Advocate blog has a whole section on Beer Reviews for the non-beer geek.
Another thing I really like about Beer Advocate is that they have beer forums where people can talk about beer and get it reviewed by other people. With the Beer Advocate Blog, you can post a link to your post along with a few details about what you’re trying to say. The Beer Advocate forums are also one of the only places where you can post a recipe if you’re looking for a recipe for beer.
So what’s the point of this blog? Well, if you find a beer you like and you post about it in the beer forum, the brewer might actually read your post and give you a review of the beer.
As it turns out, a lot of beer geeks like this. I mean its the first one on the list so it should be a good one to start out with. If your looking to get reviews of beer from other people, this is the place to post. If you post a recipe, youll probably get a review. And if your doing a review from someone else, you could even post a recipe if you want.
One thing that this is very much like is the beer review feature on XBMC. If you post a recipe, you can get reviews from other brewers. But if you post a review of the beer, you can get it from the person who posted the recipe.