On the evening of November 21st, at Transcend Coffee’s downtown location (10349 – Jasper Ave, Edmonton), Dr. Greg Zeschuk, Chief Beer Enthusiast of the Beer Diaries will be joining Transcend’s founder and coffee guru, Poul Mark, in presenting a number of beers from the famed Mikkeller.
The huge range of Mikkeller’s talents will be displayed across 3 draught beers and 5 bottled beers.
The price is $50, and one of the exclusive tickets for this event can be purchased off Trascend’s site here.
I’ve updated the People site to include Mike Mann’s bio. A little hidden gem near the end is his mini-documentary titled “Brewed”. This should give you a good idea what Mr. Mann and his team is capable of; it’s pretty fine, check it out!
Many stories yesterday covering Ray and my departures from BioWare. The Beer Diaries gets some mentions too! Here are a few links; I’m not adding any text as these are largely a recounting of our blogs:
Lots of other stories out there, but these specifically call out The Beer Diaries!
Thank you for coming to visit us at The Beer Diaries.
Our mission is simple: to celebrate and promote craft beer around the world!
How are we promoting the magic of the growing craft beer culture?
- First, we’re creating a web-based show ingeniously named “The Beer Diaries” featuring interviews with notable brewers, as well as detailed discussions of their beers. Learn about the beers you love directly from the source.
- Next we’ll be creating apps and building a community to help share the knowledge and love of craft beer ever more broadly.
- And finally, we will assault mainstream media with a powerful “pro-craft beer” message so craft beer can take its deserved position at the top of the beverage hierarchy.
We will be doing this carefully and methodically. The first glimpses of our show will occur in mid-October, and the community tools should be rolling out shortly after that. Keep watching this space and we’ll post periodic updates.
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