Cracking wee scotch ale-alike. Sweet, strong, and a touch of treacle.
Brilliantly bitter IPA. Very lively. Sweet resin aroma and long caramel taste. Delicious. Shame it comes in 330ml bottles. Got from those Beer 52 dudes.
Lovely beer this. Had it the night of the big vote.
Rich and black and sweet, with a gratuity hop twang.
Hey, I’ve been busy. Being on holiday. Swimming seas. Sailing boats. Climbing mountains. Writing beer reviews for The Herald. You can read the latter here.
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Knowing who you are writing for is, in my humble opinion, the most important consideration you can make while writing or editing a piece of text. It’ll guide decisions regarding vocabulary, style, tone, rhetoric and content.
Good writing rocks. It’s a joy to do, and a pleasure to read. Good writing pulls you in, allows you to engage with whatever is being said, whether it’s simple story or detailed information. All you notice with sloppy writing, on the other hand, is the sloppy writing. You miss the message. As a communicator, that’s not good. Here are a few helpful tips to help you.
Riverside Museum is architecturally striking with staggeringly complex engineering, but it’s the coherent relationship with the content – the world-class collection, intelligent interpretation and beautiful design – that puts Riverside into the museum world’s premier league.
A guide, with examples, to using the comma, featuring listing commas, joining commas, gapping commas and bracketing commas.