beer: Tallboy and Moose (Preston, Melbourne, AUS) ‘Silk Road Sunrise’ Belgian pale ale with sumac and pomegranate molasses
music: Yaeji EP2 (I often listen to music as I work)
As promised at the time, here is the first of 4-8 planned weekly reviews of beers!
In one of my trusty unlined Field Notes notebooks, I’ve used the beer stamp template for my review. Here’s what it looks like without details filled in:
As you can see, I didn’t stamp it very well, which is why I’ve included a shot of the actual stamp itself.
Now for my 33 Books ’33 Bottles of Beer’ tasting journal. Again, blank page so you know what it looks like when not yet filled in:
I can’t really post much about the beer because I originally posted my notes for my Patreons, but can tell you that you couldn’t really taste the alcohol, and despite the pomegranate molasses (which is very sweet, sour and sticky!), it’s actually quite a savoury beer. It’s such a treat to have Tallboy and Moose as a hyperlocal brewery. They make so much good beer and I often have their wares in my fridge.
How cool is the ‘wheel’ on the 33 Books journal?!
Links to things of interest – where I get the above journal – https://www.33books.com/collections/beer/products/33-beers
Lastly, IG pics! I’m really sorry I don’t have details for the stamp. I bought it ages ago and ECT has nixed memories of where it’s even available.
For the pen nerds: I use a Kaweco Sport, with J. B. Herbin ‘thoughtful violet’ ink (that’s the translation? I can’t type diacriticals hence the translation). I LOVE the ink colour, and the pen! What do you all think?
Especially for those in Naarm, stay safe, well, and sane, but hope you are all coping okay with pandemic life. Till next review!
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