|Man with a plan. And cigar.|
He calls it Seen Through A Glass.
Lew Bryson's blog: beer, whiskey, other drinks, travel, eats, whatever strikes my fancy.
I chose to wait a couple of weeks before pointing in the direction of Lew's revived blog. At the beginning of the year, he explained the renaissance.
Beer eventually led me to realize that editing was not what I wanted to spend -- let's be frank -- the remaining years of my career doing. I want to write more, and I want to write about beer, and whiskey, and food, and travel, and even some fiction ideas I have. To do that, I had to cut the cord again...and here I am again. Blogging. Freelance. Writing.
At the merest mention of ideas in the context of beer, I'm giddy. After all, cluelessness often has encroached ...
I'm talking about beer and whiskey flippers. These are the folks who pick up rare or hyped bottles and immediately turn about and sell them at a jacked-up price for substantial profit, legally or illegally (most states don't allow the sale of alcohol beverages, even so much as one bottle, without a license).
... and it's important to remember:
Make your choice. Just remember how we got to where we are, and what we had to go through to get there. It's just beer, but...it's beer.
Lew calls it Seen Through A Glass, and you should make it a point to be reading.