Do my opinions matter?
Opinions on beer are subjective, one man's Westvleteren 12 may be another man's Mich Ultra... OK, maybe not, but you get the point. I try to touch on the appearance, aroma, taste, mouth feel and over all "drinkability" of the beers I sample and review.
Why do I review beer?
I write reviews to put more thought into the beers I drink. When I stop to consider what subtle flavors, smells, colors and textures I can detect, I learn to appreciate the qualities the hard working brewers were striving to achieve. In the process, I also enhance my own pallet and develop a more discriminating taste for beer. I'm broadening my horizons, one beer at a time.
I would love to review your beer!
While most of the beers I review are ones I picked up or brews that were given to me by friends, I occasionally review beers provided to me by breweries for the specific purpose of reviewing them here on homebrewbeer.net. Some beers are reviewed at festivals or tastings, while others are sent to me in the mail. If you represent a brewery, I sure would love to give your beer a try and write up a nice review.
What do you think, feel like buying me a beer?
Would you be interested in having me sample and review some of your beer? Shoot me an email at bryon @homebrewbeer.net
Before Garrett Oliver, and I showed off our cool shirts, the man poured me a beer and asked me what I thought... Note, he didn't ask for my opinion on his shirt, that would have been awkward, to say the least.