Monument, CO, September 02, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Just in time for the 2009 festival, The Beer Journal is excited to announce the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) Edition of the popular Journal series of books. The Beer Journal GABF Edition includes all 75 Brewers Association GABF Style guidelines used at the annual Beer competition. Also included is an expanded GABF notes section, to remember which of the 1800+ Beers tried during the festival. A record of those you liked, did not like, and must try again. This edition also includes elements from the original Beer Journal: Beer tasting log space for over 70 Beers, a Beer cellar record, and a brewery tour log.
Self-reflection is the key to self-improvement; taking notes about the Beers you drink can lead to a greater appreciation of Beer, better tasting abilities and enhances the craft Beer drinking experience. Notes can be useful for determining what Beer to purchase, a record of one’s travels and information for personal challenges. Taking notes about the Beers you drink also supports the quality over quantity philosophy that so many in the craft Beer community have adopted.
The Beer Journal – Great American Beer Festival Edition is available for a limited time only at the Brewers Association GABF Book Store during the event.
About The Great American Beer Festival: According to the Guinness Book of World Records®, there is no other place on earth where a beer aficionado can find more beers on tap. The Great American Beer Festival is the American brewing industry's top public tasting opportunity and competition. Tasting sessions will offer attendees the opportunity to tour America's brewing landscape, one ounce at a time, by sampling more than 1,800 different beers from more than 400 of the nation's finest breweries. The GABF gathers practically every type of beer from all of the regions of the country, and they are arranged geographically on the festival floor. The festival allows visitors to taste the largest number and the widest variety of hand-crafted products in the American beer industry.