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Take notes: our favorite beer notebook

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Never forget that stout you had in Sussex or that treasure trove of taps you found in a dark corner of Seattle: Keep notes on everything beer. The Moleskine Passions Beer Journal ($20, moleskine.com) helps organize it all, with pages dedicated to tasting notes, a cellar tracker and an address list for your favorite beer bars. When you start calling yourself a beer geek, transfer your ramblings and ratings to a RateBeer.com account and compare your tastes to other connoisseurs’.

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