About the Boa Beer Blog

I entered a beer into my beer database for the last time.
After 8½ years and 4,400 beers, I’m done.

Except for a brief time after my twins were born, I dutifully entered every beer I tasted since January 2001 into an Access database.  In addition to simply tracking beers, the database served as a diary of my life.  For each beer entered, I also recorded the venue and occasion.  Pick a date this century, and if I had a beer (good odds), I can tell you where I was, who I was with, and what I was doing.

But the dullness of maintaining a beer database had reached its limit.  So, I’ve created this blog to keep track of the details of my craft beer drinking adventures.

The blog allows me to continue to record details about various beers sampled, and it will allow for some creative expression as well.  Best of all, I’ll be able to share my beer drinking experiences with my family and friends.  I also plan to post beer news and my thoughts on the many beer issues of the day.  Your comments are welcome!

I hope this blog inspires you to drink more craft beer.  Get out and visit your local brewpubs and beer bars — as the saying goes:
“Life is too short to drink cheap beer!”

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Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on this blog are mine and do not represent or reflect those of my employer.

7 responses to “About the Boa Beer Blog

  1. Pingback: Cap City Oktoberfest « Boa Beer Blog·

  2. If you have not already done so, you should check out “Brew Masters” on the Discovery Channel, featuring the founder of Dog Fish Head in Rehoboth Beach, DE. A really well done show featuring our favorite libation!

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