One of the blogs that I have to admit that I haven’t paid nearly as much attention to as I should is the Louisville Juice blog that is published by Tom Johnson. Every time I go there I read fantastic content, and yet I just haven’t surfed over as often as I should. I plan to rectify that.
This week Tom posted a couple of great connected posts about his search for a new wine villain. Both the initial post and comments, and the follow up summary of his search results are really great. I give him kudos for doing a great job of crafting a post that would elicit some great response, and for doing a great job of writing. Entertaining stuff.
As you know, Vinotology does not discriminate against other libations, so I’m devoting a little space here to a beer related post about idiotic beer inventions. I pretty much knew I was going to include this when I read the words, “If your beer tastes bad when it gets a few degrees above the freezing point, you don’t need a sleeve of foam insulation to protect it — you need to stop drinking shitty beer.” Thanks to my friend, brew and BBQ master Cary Franklin from Sograte BBQ and Brew for posting this on Facebook.