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Old 03-27-2012, 05:32 AM   #1
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Default Homebrew Blog - What would YOU want to read about?

Hi all!

I'm just starting a blog of my homebrew adventures, both as a more interactive way of keeping my notes/brew history, and something I could point future brewing employers towards.

If you were to stumble across a homebrew blog, what sort of thing would you want to read? I would certainly want pictures and enough nitty gritty to explain whatever new things I'm trying or adjusting on a given brew day, but what sort of content would be most enjoyable to y'all as brew enthusiasts?

Thanks for any guidance!
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Old 04-10-2012, 08:39 PM   #2
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i actually just started one myself. nothing too fancy!
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I want to read about your experiences. Don't just give me a recipe for your ale - tell me how the process went, give me pictures of it.

Share neat discoveries. Share the wisdom you learn through the process.
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Good advice! Sorry for the long delay in replying, there. I like the idea of focusing on the discovery nature of it; otherwise it just turns into on online lab notebook.
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I've recently started one as well. I'm a fiction writer as well as a brewer, so my focus is on brewing (and beer in general) as a form of storytelling. I'm also writing about how beer intersects with my other interests as a writer, reader, and film fanatic. I think having an angle that is uniquely yours is the key.


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