I was worried that somehow I wasn't doing my reviews the correct. I have ventured onto other sites and blogs that talked about craft beer and compared my own to them. Mine are over simplified and not as detailed as the others. After reading so many they all began to sound the same. I have much respect to those who have been doing this longer and are bringing awareness to the fascinating world of craft beer. Craft beer isn't some massed produced yellow swill that is promoted to the masses. Craft beer is an art. A person's taste buds must be mature enough, eager enough and adventurous enough to appreciate it. To those people I tip my hats to. Others I read and quite frankly they are trying too hard. Tasting craft beer, in my humble opinion, is not that difficult. People want to know two things about their beer. What is it? And will I like it? You can describe to perfection how God himself made this beer with Mila Kunis in the garden of Eden. If the beer taste like shit people don't give a damn who made it. It taste like shit to them.
I want to be somewhere in the middle or maybe closer to the end. I'm still working that out. In my reviews, after all of my rambling on about the aroma, appearance, taste, finish and overall impression you want to know if it is good or not. I will stay true to my motto. You shouldn't just be drinking beer. You should be experiencing it as well. Craft beer was meant to be an experience and not just chugged because it is alcohol. I certainly don't need a dissertation on it. I just need to know will I enjoy the experience or not.
Avid fan of awesome beer and awesome people. Anyone who has good taste in beer is all right in my book.