This blog has been quiet for a while, but not for lack of beer in my life. Perhaps there is too much good beer in York– it is everywhere, making blogging about it a bit overwhelming. Just yesterday I walked to my optometrist and smelled that boggy bakery smell of a working brewery– York Brewery was no doubt cooking up some Centurion’s Ghost or Yorkshire Terrier.
I look forward to the opening of the York Tap this month– a stone’s throw from my house.
York has been good to me. The local branch of CAMRA invited me to be a judge in the beer fest this year, and I have gone on many happy pub crawls in this beautiful city I now call home.
In other news, one of my short stories has been published in the current issue of Witness, in case you are curious. It is a fictional account of the Dyatlov Pass Incident. You can read it online here: http://witness.blackmountaininstitute.org/author/allysonshaw/
In the meantime, while I consider ways to talk about the quiet delight of beer in York, I thank you for stopping by this sleepy blog.