I should come clean. I haven’t given the topic of pilsners the due respect it deserves. But honestly? I couldn’t think of anything to do with it aside from more taste tests, and since I’ve been overkilling on that idea with the gins, there was no clear path that I could go down that interested me enough to explore. So I’ve set that topic aside for the time being, hopefully to revisit when it is appropriate to do so.
This leaves an opening for other topics to explore , and, thanks to the miracles that are frequent flyer miles, I’ve decided that I can afford a trip to Belgium, and that I should focus on Belgium’s beers in order to have more first hand experiences for the book I’ve been researching, writing, and trying to sell, over the past three years.
So, this means a new topic, entitled “Belgium and its beers”. I’ll try to keep you abreast of my behind the scenes experiences in covering this topic, and hopefully it will make for some interesting writing and reading.
And, as an added bonus, as I’ve already have tried what is arguably the best beer in the world, I’m under no pressure nor obligation to focus my energy on that, although I’ll probably try to head their visitor center, if only to see what it’s like.