Beer and Pavement


This is a blog about indie rock and craft beer. Indie rock and craft beer = life. So, this blog is about life or something like that. Actually, I’m taking a step back from manifesto writing and just trying to get back to something that’s fun. So, I’ve dropped the “Building International Coalitions” part of the title and moving into the simpler, cleaner “Beer and Pavement” era of my blogging career life hobbie.

Leave comments if you like.

For a more complete take on what I’m doing I used to do here, read this post. It will only confuse you and possibly make old women cry, but it explains so much.

Currently Drinking: Port Brewing Company Anniversary Ale

Currently Listening to: Guided By Voices’ Alien Lanes

©2010-2012 Zac Early

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  3. Nick said, on October 2, 2012 at 1:10 am

    A blog named after my two favorite things!!!! How did I not stumble upon this earlier?

    (Actually, this is how I found it: I was doing a Google search about PAVEMENT, to see what words would pop up that might help inspire the name of my next BEER.)

    I look forward to reading more of this!

    • Zac said, on October 2, 2012 at 8:48 am

      Oh, I guess that means I should start writing again…

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