Yeah, yeah. A day late and a dollar short. Whatever.
It’s March 3, but February only had 28 days and I was busy last week with my latest series on the socio-economic side of the beer industry. Or maybe I’m just lazy.
Either way, I still have my monthly roundup of beertography posts to share. I’m sure to be on time with my March delivery later this month, but I hope these pics give you a nice buzz to hold you over in the meantime.
Below you’ll find some of my favorite, recent shots, which you may also come across on my Instagram page, Twitter account or even Untappd. All my shots are taken with my iPhone 5 unless otherwise noted. It seems like I had a rather hoppy February…
Westbrook Brewing IPA – Back to the Basics
Foothills Brewing Jade IPA – Green Eyes of Envy
Widmer Brothers Upheaval IPA – Returning from Whence it Came
RJ Rockers Black Perle – Dark Pearl in a Sea of White
For what it’s worth, that last one – Black Perle – was my favorite tasting of the bunch. It’s the stoutiest black IPA I’ve ever had and mixes its roasted-chocolate aromas perfectly with a twinge of hop flavor on each sip.
As always, you can go back to see previous beertography posts:
Looking forward to sharing the next round of pics later this month.
“Don’t drink to get drunk. Drink to enjoy life.” — Jack Kerouac
9 thoughts on “Drunk on Visuals: February Beertography”
Loving the macro stuff.
Thanks! I had a conversation last week with a coworker who was thinking about buying lenses for their iPhone and I told them the point of shooting with your camera phone is your ability to get up and close. So … Might as well.
And then I told then we shall never speak of spending money on an iPhone lenses again.
Good man. Buying lenses for an iPhone is like buying skis for a laptop. Get a real camera if you want to play with lenses.
Sidenote: where can I find laptop skis?
Asking for … a friend.
We found your Jade IPA picture via a random google search & must say it’s AWESOME. We borrowed it for our Facebook page & linked to your blog with credit, hope that’s ok?
I appreciate you giving me credit, thank you. I’m glad you liked the photo.