Friday, October 26, 2012
THE MOLESKINE BEER JOURNAL: For Those Who Take Their Burgeoning Alcoholism Seriously
If you have read my previous posts then you know that beer and I are not only good friends, we're soul mates. Which is why the Moleskine Beer Journal is a perfect vessel to write down my feelings and inappropriate longings for the golden liquid of the gods.
At 240 pages, (complete with a glossary, pouring tips, a list of beer types and over 200 stickers) this tome dedicated to hops, barley and the occasional hard cider is definitely for those of us who view beer the same way religious fanatics view Jeebus (sometimes, I see a bottle of Strongbow Cider burned into my toast).
With room for tasting notes, homebrewing logs, recipes, what's in your beer cellar and favorite drunken haunts, the Beer Journal is a great way to validate your alcoholism to outsiders.
After-all, you don't really have a booze problem if you're taking copious notes of the subtle flavor of Bud Light Lime-a-Rita beer right?