Thursday, September 01, 2005

out of bounds church perfect beer match

I’ve just found the perfect drink to go with my out of bounds church? book. The search has been on ever since May, when Darren Wright settled down for a extended review of the book. (The review proceeds over nine posts, so start here). His review included a plea for beer sponsorship; if any Beer company would like to sponsor me, say Coopers or Hoegaarden or Stellas, please contact me via email 🙂 to go with his dinner of Chilli Squid. Click to view dinner

And so my search began. Today I can proudly unveil the Avery Out of Bounds Stout as the perfect beer match for the Out of Bounds book.

Avery Out of Bounds Stout Commercial Description: This big, roasty stout takes flavor to the extreme. We aren’t afraid to use plenty of rich roasted barley and a mountain of hops to give this full-bodied stout that little extra something you’ve been looking for in a beer.

For a limited time period, I am willing to supply one bottle of said beer to accompany one review copy of the out of bounds church, in the hope that both products, when combined, will lead to a gentle, benign view of life, and a gentle, benign review of book on your blog. If you would like a review copy please let me know.

This post also appears on the out of bounds church? book blog.

Posted by steve at 12:51 PM


  1. Steve,
    with such an offer sign me up please! I’ll gladly run a series of review posts on my blog.
    (By the way, could you also send me the Sheldrake book back too).

    Comment by fyfe — September 1, 2005 @ 4:19 pm

  2. i would love to run a review in Danish…

    Comment by Thomas DK — September 1, 2005 @ 6:23 pm

  3. I’ll be happy to review the book, but I don’t know who would read my review! Most of the time I feel like my blog is a pretty solitary effort. But any book that goes with a good beer deserves an honest read.

    Comment by miles — September 2, 2005 @ 1:27 am

  4. Count me in. I’d love to read/review your book while savoring an “imported” adult beverage.

    Comment by mike Richmond — September 2, 2005 @ 5:42 am

  5. Count me in. I’d love to read/review your book while savoring an “imported” adult beverage.

    Comment by mike Richmond — September 2, 2005 @ 5:42 am

  6. No, I’m not an alcoholic, just punched “post” one too many times.

    Comment by mike Richmond — September 2, 2005 @ 5:44 am

  7. I’m gonna jump on the band-wagon and accept your generous offer here, too! Beer, book and blog sounds like the perfect combination.

    Comment by Craig — September 2, 2005 @ 12:25 pm

  8. I have to ask WHY do you need a drink of beer with the book. Unless you are saying as the author that the book requires you to be slightly mind-altered before reading. Sorry I do not see the reason behind needing an alcoholic drink in order to review a Christian book???

    Comment by Karen — September 2, 2005 @ 7:44 pm

  9. I don’t really need any excuse or reason, why not combine two of my favourite past-times, beer and reading! In the words of the Guiness ad for those in Australia-Brilliant!

    Count me in!

    Comment by Digger — September 6, 2005 @ 12:55 am

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