Do you like beer? If you do, then I have blog you should check out. My cousin-in-law, James Patrick (or JP for short; I'm trying to steer away from calling him Patrick because he hates that name) is sort of our resident beer aficionado and started a blog called The Year of Beer (http://brewyear.blogspot.com/), where he explores the world of beers outside of your usual Budweiser, Miller, or Coors comfort zones (we actually live outside St. Louis, so this is Bud territory). Every Sunday, he tries out a new beer and gives his own personal review on it. He also talks about microbreweries, beer news, and other items that pertain to things like wheat, hopps, and getting "fitshaced." If you love beer, or you just like watching someone drink the stuff, then you have my full permission to see his blog (by "permission," I mean I command you to do so, with haste).
Oddly enough, and this may surprise some, I'm not an alcohol drinker, at all. You would think that someone who is into metal and other things demigods do would be all over guzzling beer and crushing beer kegs with his bare hands (or bear hands, if you got any). Not me. I like to have a clear head in all my doings and alcohol kind of ruins that for me. They used to call me "Sir half-a-beer" during my college days. They really should have called me "Sir two-sips, Lord of the warm, morning-after brew."
Even though I do not drink, I will support a man and his passions. So drink on, JP, drink on.
By the way, that "Ultimate Barbarian Video Game" segment took a lot out of me, so I'm going to take a break for a few days. While you eagerly await my return, why not check out the archives of my blog (if you haven't done so, already). I'm close to, what, 130 posts so far? Go ahead, read them.