Since before the times of my tenure at Beermerchants.com, where I had more beer on hand than is well, healthy. Yet I still homebrewed. Homebrew beer, more over Homebrewing is an opportunity to create reliatively what is a tiny amount of beer, that is uniquely yours.Continue reading “Why I homebrew?”
Golden pints has been a nice bookend to the year, since, well, it started. I think it was Mark Dredge, Andy Mogg and the late Simon Johnson, in those heady times waiting for the latest beer from Stefano and Kelly at Thornbridge, or what Dom, James and Colin had rustled up at Marble and a couple of Scottish lads called James and Martin had an idea.
How times have changed. 2017 has been a long, strange year. So here we go… written from the comfort of a “Don’t Sleep Here” style bench in an drafty airport. Spending so much time away from the UK, there may be a slice of Unobtanium in here, and ignorance as to what’s happening in the UK.Continue reading “Golden Pints 2017”
Marrakesh, and as I found out by the persistent nagging of the iPhone auto correct, also known by the French spelling Marrakech, is a major city of the Kingdom of Morocco. It is the fourth largest city in the country, after Casablanca, Fez and Tangier. Located to the north of the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains.Continue reading “Marrakesh”