Welcome to the Malt Maniacs Archives. Or actually, the FIRST PART
of the archives...
Over the years, our site has grown so massive that the sheer malt mania could no
longer be contained within a single archive. So, this part of the archive covers our
initial progress between the years 1997 and 2006 - sort of our 'wonder years'.
Here you can find articles published in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, etc.
The second part of the archive covers the E-pistles from 2007 until 2011, while
the further developments from 2012 on are recorded on www.maltmaniacs.net.
In this part of the 'archive' section you can find all whisky articles
have published between the dawn of time (well, 1997 actually) and the major
crash of the old website in 2006. Admittedly, we had to be a tad 'revisionist'
here and there to neatly fit everything into 100 issues, but you should now
be able to find all content here, on Malt Madness and WhiskyFun (by Serge).
And we've been doing more than write E-pistles, mind you. Drinking whisky,
for example, and then scoring the whisky for the Malt Maniacs Monitor and the
annual Malt Maniacs Awards competition. Just click around to find all our stuff...
Keen observers may have noticed that not all pages are finished
yet. Sorry; I hope to get things completely wrapped up in the coming months.
MM001 - 30/12/1997 - Earls of Zetland 1997 Annual Roundup
(by Craig Daniels, Australia)
MM013 - 16/11/2000 - Nitrogen Injectors?
(by Johannes van den Heuvel, Holland)
That's it for now, at least as far as this (old) part of the Malt Maniacs Archive
is concerned. I will rebuild the part of the archive that
covers the years 2001 until 2006 in the coming months. Meanwhile, you can find all of the fresher stuff in THE ARCHIVE - PART II.
HYPERLINKS TO THE ISSUES
2012 & Beyond: After 15 years of malt mania, founder & editor Johannes van den Heuvel decided to retire,
but the other malt maniacs continue the quest on the brand new Malt Maniacs website and Facebook.
Meanwhile, the Malt Madness website will continue as well - even more independent than before...