Saturday, 5 May 2018

A suggestion

I often wonder if anyone likes my travel reports, they get so few comments.

Should you be entertained by my blow-by-blow accounts of every drink I had on my last US trip, at least like the post. Just so I've some effing idea of how much worth the effort it is.

Either of these books is a good background text. This has the recipes I supplied to the Lager Festival:



http://www.lulu.com/shop/ronald-pattinson/lets-brew/paperback/product-23289812.html

While this one is based around the talk I gave on British Lager:


Buy one, buy both. Buy ten extra copies to give to your friends.

22 comments:

Tandleman said...

I like the travel reports better than the other shite with all the numbers. Hope that helps.

Dave said...

I enjoy the travel posts. Nice mixed in with your other postings. My father is the only other person I know who had the toilet trouble you described. My brothers and I had a great laugh on that one. Keep them coming. Impressions of place and pubs more interesting than a litany of beers though. I prefer your European adventures over the US ones, but that is my interest.

Barrington said...

Ron, your travel logs are excellent. Keep'em coming. Cheers!

Raoul Duke said...

Ron,
I like your travel reports...keep em coming...they are a good change to the usual numbers..!!!!

BryanB said...

Where do you prefer your 'like's, Twitter or FB? There's no facility for them here that I can see.

THOMAS CIZAUSKAS said...

Like.

Anonymous said...

I always enjoy the travel reports. I rarely comment on anything, but if Blogger had a Like/Thumbs-up button I'd hit it every time.

So, since I commented when I almost never comment, take it as a sign your reports are appreciated!

Duke

Alan said...

I am delighted by every travel post. I have no idea why. I have traveled a bit with you three times. Is that it? Maybe it's because I know where to add in the additional sweary words.

Anonymous said...

I love the travel reports, especially the European ones because I know a lot less about the places you visit there. Even better are the ones with Dolores. And the ones with the whole family are best of all (I seem to recall one or two of those).

Mike Hoover said...

Ron, I love your travel posts! It allows me to see things and "visit" places I may never get the opportunity to visit. Thanks for a great blog! Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Oh yeah, they're great. If you'd post a bit about what you chat with the brewers, that would be fun, but you do you.

Chap said...

Re the toilet problem - Charles Mingus complained about this in his 1971 autobiography Beneath the Underdog - the memory of his harrowing description has stayed with me over the years.

Kieran Lyons said...

IMO travel reports are only interesting if
you've been there yourself
your planning to go there soon
you know the writer

small audience i reckon
just my opinion though

Anonymous said...

I'm reading (but not commenting) - keep the travel posts coming!

Mark Stevens said...

I enjoy the travelogues. Keep it up. As an American that hasn't been to the areas you're currently at, I also find it interesting to hear your expatriate point of view.

Jeff Renner said...

Always enjoy your travel posts. Enjoyed seeing you in Ypsilanti last week!

UltraSaha said...

I like the travel reports a lot since most of them are from places I'll possibly never visit...So keep on! They are quite funny...actually really funny... I though the same of the level of water when I traveled to USA and actually a roll egg without bacon is a sad breakfast...But asking for a double in the airport, you knew It wouldn't be cheap hahaha.
Keep on writting please.
J.

Doug Warren said...

Add my voice to the chorus. keep the travelogues coming!

A Brew Rat said...

Your travel reports are awesome. I shy away from social media, especially Facebook, so I have no means to give them a like.

Mick said...

Keep the travel blogs coming, love them. Like to see how much you drink as well. Don't do Facebook.

rkat32 said...

I really enjoy the travel reports. They are not only entertaining but they serve as an excellent reference for potential travel destinations. Please continue them!

Lee said...

Love the trips, love the drinks and love the bacony goodness!