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December 14, 2009

“Arctic Freshness Tempered By The Dry Crease Of Good Bond Paper”

Filed under: — Chap @ 2:18 pm

Good food writing is hard to do, particularly in a smaller field like describing booze. I have just discovered the writing of Lew Bryson from a post on John Hansell’s blog, and quite like the style of both men’s work. Bryson’s the managing editor of one of my favorite magazines, Hansell’s Malt Advocate, and also has a blog here.

Now if we can only get John Hansell to know that a post is an entry on a blog and not a “blog” on a blog…oog…

3 Responses to ““Arctic Freshness Tempered By The Dry Crease Of Good Bond Paper””

  1. John Hansell Says:

    Thank you for the kind words, and I’ll consider your advice in future POSTS on my BLOG. :)

  2. Lew Bryson Says:

    Thanks! Always nice to hear that someone likes it when you go out on an Arctic limb like that…

  3. Chap Says:

    Heh. I have this same problem with the senior officers. They are trying so hard to be with it when it comes to social media, and they are smart guys, but their VCRs still flash 12:00 at home, you know?

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