So much darkness. It's enveloping. I thought the theme was only supposed to last a day, @LeperJim? Or is this... it? Have I and/or this world come to an end? Wait! What light through yonder horizon crests? Seriously, what is it? I can't tell through the shroud of drab gray linens that drip a cold, clear liquid onto the ground, swelling the earth and overflowing our waterways. I will for now assume it is the sun, and therefore I will call this new day "Sunday" and in light of the end of the dark, I believe I will celebrate with a new beer. I can only hope that others are noticing the same wondrous illumination cleansing us of the long black era of yesterday - sharing in the radiance. Sharing! Remember sharing? I do and I think as a tribute to the shared re-illumination of our world, we should all have a new beer and share our thoughts about it. Let it be a new and glorious morn!! --- Ok, all you dabblers of drinking dramatically on days of darkness, it is time to become innovators of imbibing imaginatively with ales anew. It may be a new dawn, but hopefully most of you know the guidelines by now: get a new beer from the fridge; sit down with it and some recording device; translate your brain's interpretation (via senses of sight, smell, touch, and taste) of the beer to said media; if said media is not this thread, transpose it here (and possibly consider a tip about being a little more efficient ); hit "post reply" and let the world know what you have experienced. As always, please take a second to give one extra copy of your thoughts to the archives (the beer's official page), especially if the archives currently have little documentation on your beer. Also, feel free to add a little flair to your post here with some extra info about your week or the beer or brewery. Lastly don't be shy about reading others' posts - it's not considered eavesdropping to do so and not rude at all to chime in with your thoughts on a beer someone else is getting a first crack at. Well, it's not unless your thoughts themselves are actually rude. Anyhow, I see we are coming out of the tunnel now, and it is time for all of you to bathe in the light of another New Beer Sunday. Cheers!