18 March 2006

Homebrewing and Blogging

Without formal training and using cheap equipment, almost anyone can do it. The quality may be variable, but the best home-brews are tastier than the stuff you see advertised during the Super Bowl. This is because big brewers, particularly in America, have long aimed to reach the largest market by pushing bland brands that offend no one. The rise of home-brewing, however, has forced them to create "micro-brews" that actually taste of something. In the same way, argues Mr Reynolds, bloggers--individuals who publish their thoughts on the internet--have shaken up the mainstream media (or MSM, in blogger parlance). --Glenn Reynolds


posted by hiikeeba at 07:07

1 Comments:

Blogger K2 GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS said...

Home Brewing and Micro Breweries certainly out perform the weasel spit put out by the big ones and their micro brews do not rate that well either...Great Blog!

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