01 Jun 2010 @ 9:16 AM 
 

This week: Session #40

 

Just a quick reminder that this week is the week for Beer Blogging Friday or, The Session.

This month’s topic is session beers. I’ll be posting my contribution to the Session on Friday, as well. Feel free to submit a link to your contribution in the comments here, on the announcement, or on my column on Friday or over the weekend. I’ll collect them all and post the round up Monday morning.

I’m looking forward to reading what you have to say!

Cheers,
Erik

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Last Edit: 01 Jun 2010 @ 09 16 AM

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  1. Hi Erik-

    Here’s my contribution to the session:

    http://www.pourcurator.com/2010/06/session-40-artwork-of-session-beers.html

    Thanks for hosting this month!

    -Greg

  2. Avantika says:

    First, there is an annual cycle in which the trees aucamclute carbon in their leavesall spring ans summer, to drop it on the ground each fall. The microflora on the florest floor break down the elaves and return it to the air as CO2 *continually*.Then there is the irregular cycle of fire, which is the ONLY known source that can heat the soil 10-20b0 C and release the CO2 to the air in one large pules. This cannot happen in successive years for any given location, but happens randomly in intervals of several years to a few centuries.This whole myopic piece strikes me as a rent-seeking report.

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