So far, so good for new beer mag

So far so good for the Beer Connoisseur Magazine.

The majority of startup magazines quickly go out of business, some after just their inaugural issue. Beer Connoisseur has announced its second edition, dated Spring 2010, nationwide on March 9, three months after its debut.

The quarterly magazine is produced in Atlanta.

Lynn Davis, founder and publisher, said, "We’ve seen an unbelievable amount of interest from beer fans far and wide since the debut issue came out. It’s obvious that The Beer Connoisseur has struck a chord, and we can’t wait to get our new issue into readers’ hands."

The spring issue will include articles by such well-known beer writers as Stephen Beaumont, Evan Rail, Bob Townsend, Carolyn Smagalski and Martyn Cornell. Among the articles will be a profile of Garrett Oliver, brewmaster of the Brooklyn Brewery; a search for the heart of the Czech Republic’s old beer culture; accounts of beer’s recent forays into the world of fine dining, and tours of such breweries as Dogfish Head in Milton, DE, Full Sail in Hood River, OR, and Left Hand in Longmont, CO.

Along with its print edition, The Beer Connoisseur operates a website it launched last summer.

Issue No. 2 will be available at Borders, Barnes & Noble and Books-A-Million stores around the country.

To Dowd's Spirits Notebook latest entry.
To Dowd's Wine Notebook latest entry.
To Dowd's Brews Notebook latest entry.
To Dowd's Non-Alcohol Drinks Notebook latest entry.
To Dowd's Tasting Notes latest entry.
Back to Dowd On Drinks home page.

No comments: