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So they are selling beer before its ready so you store it instead of it taking up valuable square footage at their facility? What a racket. Brilliant!
can we get a new AHA ad with Papazian hoarding all his bottles, saying "THIS DATA IS MINE; GO CREATE YOUR OWN!"
First, the pretzel situation: Anyone with small kids may know what it's like when the kids decide to do something unusual. My daughter hid my wedding ring once and it was YEARS before I found it and my son took a handful of small pretzels and [apparently] dropped them in the toilet to see what would happen. They were probably goldfish pretzels and he thought they may swim away... LOL. By the time I found them they were the size of a golf ball. Anyway, my hops have arrived from Farmhouse and all 4 varieties look awesome and are packaged in that O2-purged, vacuum-sealed foil wrapping. Cheers.
Did I miss the post where you answered the question several people posed, i.e. "What constitutes a professional beer judge?"
BJCP Grand Master level. Perhaps professional isn't the correct word, although many GMs do get paid for their judging services by writing for mags, doing sensory panels for breweries, etc. I guess "expert" might be better?
Might just be me being distrustful, but without BJCP numbers and contact information for the judges (like you get when you enter a BJCP competition), I wouldn’t give much credit to this service.
I like coffee, a lot
I do, too. And I like chiles, and fruit, and spices, and a whole lot of other things that I would never put in beer.