Hello BSS readers,
I know that it’s been awhile since I’ve written, but that should come as no surprise by now. I have been spending some time recently thinking about how guilty I feel leaving this blog inactive for so long, and considering some material I can post soon. I’ll do my best to get something up when I can.
Also, I’d like to mention that I’ve received correspondence from a colleague of mine about a beer sensory workshop that he will be running during Seattle Beer Week. On May 18th at Pyramid Brewery Alehouse in south Seattle, there will be two 90 minute sessions where Ian McLaughlin, of Craft Brew Alliance, will explain sensory science and beer flavor, and will present a number of flavor standards and other types of samples. It sounds like essentially the same type of material that goes up on this blog, so it could be pretty interesting!
Here is a link to the workshops. It is $30, but it sounds like that could also get you a free tour of Pyramid Brewery and discounts on food and drink. And if I can swing it, maybe you’ll even see me there…