Posts in category "Uncategorized"

Waka Flocka Flame Is Hiring: A BLUNT ROLLER for $50,000!

Thumbnail image for 'Waka Flocka Flame Is Hiring: A BLUNT ROLLER for $50,000!'
It’s a sad state of affairs when a blunt roller makes more money than me. It’s also disheartening that someone can even afford to hire another person to roll joints for them. Are there benefits with this job? How much time off will I get? Are there pay increases for rolling the tightest blueberry blunts... Read more »

When Do Pumpkin Beers Become Just A Novelty?

When Do Pumpkin Beers Become Just A Novelty?
I have no desire to drink pumpkin beers anymore. I think this year is the earliest I have seen them hit the shelves and maybe that’s why I’m so annoyed? Regardless, they have simply lost their luster to me. I used to get excited seeing all the different labels, and I would spend money ad... Read more »

Tales From The Beer Fridge: DogfishHead "Aprihop" from 7/27/2009

Tales From The Beer Fridge: DogfishHead "Aprihop" from 7/27/2009
Not too long ago I wrote about the jumbling of bottles in my beer fridge. You see, as I’m adding new stock, some of the older drinks get hidden. Last week I found a 2012 Dubhe Imperial Black IPA, and last night I finally drank that labeless DogfishHead Aprihop, that has been hanging around taking... Read more »
Advertisement:

Casanova Liquors & The Renaissance of Beer-Part 2

Casanova Liquors & The Renaissance of Beer-Part 2
Since I talked so much about the awesomeness that is Casanova Liquors, I thought I’d list every brew that I brought home from this mecca. Here’s a list of that beer: Anderson Valley Brewing Company-Heelch O’Hops-Imperial IPA-4-pack-12oz bottles Big Wood-Bark Bite IPA-4-pack-16oz cans Central Waters-Y2K-Barley Wine-22oz bomber Indeed Brewing-Mexican Honey Imperial Lager-22oz bomber Indeed Brewing-Midnight... Read more »

Casanova Liquors & The Renaissance of Beer

Casanova Liquors & The Renaissance of Beer
Every couple of years we take a trip up north to Luck, Wisconsin. Some friends of ours have a gorgeous piece of property that sits atop Bone Lake. It’s relaxing to be miles away from the city, with no cares but for beer and cheese. Speaking of beer, I begged my wife to make a... Read more »

Why You Want The Darkhorse Crooked Tree IPA Variety Pack

Why You Want The Darkhorse Crooked Tree IPA Variety Pack
So the guys from Darkhorse Brewing crafted a really unique 12 pack of beer. It’s based around their Crooked Tree IPA, but includes single hop variants of that crooked style we have come to love. The brewers set out to showcase the flavor and aromas of Apollo, Cascade, and Falconers Flight hops. What the drinkers... Read more »
Advertisement:

Tastes Like Chocolate: 2012 Dubhe Imperial Black IPA

Tastes Like Chocolate: 2012 Dubhe Imperial Black IPA
Last night’s surprise was hidden behind a label-less Dogfishhead Aprihop, in the left-hand corner of my ever changing beer fridge. I try to move my stock around as frequently as I can, but sometimes I find bottles that were lost in the endless shuffle. I found this Dubhe Imperial Black IPA floating in the back.... Read more »

I Miss My Family: The Way It Was

I Miss My Family: The Way It Was
I miss my family. Though it’s hard for me to remember how things really were, the visions are still real. I was so young when things were good, that those memories feel like dreams, or movies. It was so long ago… My grandma was tasked with raising me, which began just before my freshman year,... Read more »

Southern Tier Cherry Saison Aged In My Cellar For 7 Years

Southern Tier Cherry Saison Aged In My Cellar For 7 Years
Southern Tier’s Imperial Cherry Saison, an ale brewed with cherries, and aged with oak. I finally drank it, and it was good. Really good. It was one of the oldest beers in my collection, and I was waiting for the perfect occasion. So, I got tired of waiting. How about a beautiful after noon in... Read more »
Advertisement:

Our Daughter's First Camping Trip

Our Daughter's First Camping Trip
The first camping trip with Abby, our 18th month old daughter, was a success. Though it was definably a family challenge. We all got through it together, and on our final day, I was wanting to do it all over. The first leg of our trip was shut down with a bad crash. Which means... Read more »