Welcome to the Grown-up Travel Guide 2015 Beer Diary!
A little background info: in December a group of us decided to set up the 2014 Beer Advent Calendar, whereby we would try a new beer each day up until Christmas. We shared our tipples on Facebook and Instagram and a great time was had by all – plus we all got to learn about some fine brews from around the world.
Faced with a sense of emptiness when the challenge was over I decided that 24 days a year was just not enough. Why not a year of beer? And so here we are. I reckon a beer a day can keep the doctor away – but even if not it’ll be fun, right?
Given that a large proportion of the year 2015 will be spent in foreign climes there will be the added element of finding a new brew wherever we travel and there are a huge number of excellent beers available here in Norway too – most of which I doubt any of our readers will have heard of.
Your participation is not only encouraged but required – just use the hashtag #grownupbeerdiary if possible. Add your entries here and/or use our social media channels – whatever works best for you.
To keep it simple follow the same format as we do here: describe your day in a maximum of five sentences, add some info about the beer and a photo or two.
Obscure ales and imports IPAs are always interesting but there’s to be no snobbery here – anything goes, even alcohol-free as we all need a good alternative now and again. We’ll work out the practicalities as we go – but since the first day of the year is nearly over we better get started on this journey around the world – in beer form. Cheers!
Day 160: June 9, 2015
Had the luxury of spending my entire working day on blogging and trip planning.
Sorted most of the three weeks of accommodation we will need in Spain next month – can’t wait!
As if that wasn’t enough, confirmation of my upcoming trip to Okinawa, Japan, dropped into my inbox.
Now I just need to catch up with everything else before the end of the month.
Took advantage of a break in the rain to walk round the lake, too.
Name: Curious Brew Lager
Producer: Chapel Down Winery of Kent, England
Alcohol content: 4.7 %
Bottle size: 330 ml
Purchased from: Gulating Beer Store, Trondheim, Norway
Another excellent one – this could convince m to drink more lagers; apparently they used Champagne yeast but whether or not that was the reason, this is very refreshing.
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Best Diane Morgan
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