I'll read anything. If the printed word is in front me, I read it.
Even though I have no interest in golf, I recently flipped through an issue of Golf Digest because it was the only reading material in the doctor's office. Despite my lack of interest in golf, I still enjoyed reading the magazine.
I love reading beer bottle labels. If brewers knew how much joy I derived from merely reading their labels, they could get away with charging me much more for their beer.
A few weeks ago, this label on a bottle of Shinerbock 101 rejuvenated my interest in beer.
I like the simplicity of it. Four ingredients. In a world of where polysyllabic ingredients dominate most processed foods, it's refreshing to enjoy something simple. Barley, hops, yeast, and water. That's it.
The next few weeks I plan on drinking and reading this gallery of beers:
I'm especially looking forward to Rogue Brewery's Chipotle Ale. It's simply malt, hops, water, peppers, and yeast. I wonder what a Pacman Yeast is.
What your favorite beer to read or drink?
sippin' and readin'