Blindfold Taste Test
we sometimes hate to admit it, there is more to life than Beer Night.
But if you'd like to extend the influence of Beer Night in your life, here
are some further resources:
We will be continuing
to expand our "Beer-bliography" of recommended books here, which
now includes links in association with Amazon.com.
Where do we even
begin to build a "beer-bliography"? How about with a handy
handbook by Michael Jackson (no, the other one), The
Pocket Guide to Beer, 7th ed. (2000).
Keep your finger
here (not that finger, Brad!); we'll add more books soon.
Greg H, our Salsa
Sultan, recommends the books Rick
Bayless's Mexican Kitchen (1996) and Mexico:
One Plate at a Time (2000). Considering how much we love his
homemade salsa at Beer Night, perhaps we should listen up.
His Own Brewer" (online before too long)
Yes, it's true:
you gotta buy official Beer Night wings at the downtown Evanston location.
Site of one
Beer Night so far. Will there be more field trips?
— you're out of luck for
info about the sacred site of the origin of the Blindfold
Taste Test: both their English and Flemish sites
seem to be dead.
General Beer Websites
Beer Portal: Send a beer postcard, suggests Brad F.
Church: "Because beer is good, and you are worthy."
~ Coming Sometime