- More about Berliner Weisse. Believe it or not, I still have loads more material on this subject. And I haven’t even looked searched all my old German books properly yet. I’m bound to find more. There’s another book on German top-fermenting beer I’ve got my eye on. When I finally get paid, I’ll probably buy it.
- The remaining 5 days of the Franconia/Bohemia tour. Judging by past experience, the posts will shrink drastically as I approach the end. To your delight, no doubt.
- Hausbrauwesen in Bavaria. You may remember me mentioning the book I bought in Nuremberg. It’s packed with the sort of statistics I just can’t resist. OK, I admit it: I can’t resist any statistics. I’m hoping that the book will reveal more about the fascinating phenomenon of Zoigl.
- 20th century Mild grists. Part 1: 1900 to 1940. If you think I’m being deliberately obscure, you’re probably right. More light reading based on the Barclay Perkins and Whitbread brewing logs.
- Dutch Münchner: a lost style. The title says it all. A bunch of random information about the dark lager that was once brewed throughout The Netherlands.
- Kulmbacher: another name from history. This rather depends on me doing some fresh research. Don’t hold your breath.
- K Ales: grists from the logs.
- Amsterdam pubs. The weather’s getting better. Good time to go exploring in Amsterdam. I may even get to Amsterdam Noord.
I’m making no promises. It may be some while before (or never) that I get around to writing on these topics. This is just my provisional plan.