Stylish Moleskine Beer Journal Helps You Chronicle Your Adventures in Beer

Moleskine Beer Journal

I’m a big fan of Moleskine notebooks. I literally own piles of them; I have two of them sitting next to me as I write this post. So I was excited to see that Moleskine now offers a beer journal as part of its Passions Collection of notebooks designed for specific uses.

The Moleskine Beer Journal is 5 x 8.25 inches in size, has 120 double-sided pages (240 pages to write on), and it costs $19.95, plus shipping. It also has a bunch of different styles of beer glassware embossed on its cover.

From Moleskine.com:

“[The] journal not only has a glossary, pouring tips and glass types, it has tasting notes, a homebrewing log, space for your recipes, your cellar, and your favorite beer addresses. Easily organize your passion with 5 themed sections, 5 blank tabbed sections, and 202 adhesive labels to personalize the journal. Combine all these new features with the legendary Moleskine styling (black elastic closure, three ribbon bookmarks, expandable rear pocket, and more), and start recording your passion for beer.”

Moleskine Beer Journal

I, like many beer nerds, use the Untappd mobile app—and this blog—to keep track of all the beers I drink, but this beer journal could be helpful for recording specific details about beers and the dates you drank certain them, etc.

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One thought on “Stylish Moleskine Beer Journal Helps You Chronicle Your Adventures in Beer

  1. […] is kind of like a fancy, digital beer journal. I’ve been using it for years now, and though other similar mobile apps exist, Untappd offers […]

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