21 Oct 2009 @ 2:00 PM 
 

Latest Project: North Carolina beer on the web.

 

The post in which way say goodbye to the ever-dwindling remains of my free time.

Earlier this week, I took the reins of ncbeer.org, the website of the North Carolina Brewers Guild. I’m an enormous nerd and I like to promote local beer, so it was a no-brainer on my part. Why they agreed to allow me to help, we may never know.
NC Brewers Guild
Of course, this means that my attention is going to be split between here and ncbeer until their website is a little bit more robust with content and useful functions for member breweries. I’m still going to be shooting for two entries here, per week. (Yes, this counts as one. I’m not stupid.)

In the meantime, if you’re in North Carolina (and even if you’re not) make sure you head on over to the site, bookmark it, and subscribe to the RSS feed. It’s a little light on content right now, but based on the amount of e-mail I’ve received today it’s not going to stay that way for long. If you’ve got ideas of the kinds of things you’d like to see about local beer and breweries as a beer enthusiast, let me know. What’s more, keep an eye out for information on how to become a member of the guild.

Join the club! They have beer.

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Posted By: erik
Last Edit: 21 Oct 2009 @ 02 00 PM

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