Max Lager’s – A Visit to the Oldest Brewpub in Georgia

November 4, 2014 1

After sitting down and chatting with the owner, John Roberts, it became clear to me that I had made a mistake in never visiting Max Lager’s before now. Located in downtown Atlanta, I arrived at the brewpub following a short walk from the Marta station to find a rustic but modern building reminiscent of Appalachian Brewing Co/The Abbey Bar in Harrisburg. Read More

Women in Craft Beer: Mariah Calagione

September 17, 2014 1

It’s not every day that you get to rub shoulders with a craft beer icon, but, during my beercation to the beaches of Delaware, I had an opportunity to sit down and chat with none other than Mariah Calagione, Owner & Vice President of Dogfish Head Brewery. A fun and hard-working woman who does everything from overall company management to Read More

Vermont Beer Trail: Day 4 of 4

July 15, 2014 0

It was my fourth and last day to hunt hard to acquire beers during my Vermont Beer Trail Vacation. So far, I was quite fortunate to find The Alchemist’s Heady Topper. I braved the lines at Hill Farmstead for some world class IPAs. I discovered Stowe Cider. What more could a craft beer loving gal ask for? “The Holy Grail Read More

Vermont Beer Trail: Day 3 of 4

July 14, 2014 3

After the whirlwind that was Day 2 of my travels, it was time to use Day 3 to revisit my most favorite places from my trip in December.   BRASS LANTERN INN (Stowe, VT) With Stowe, Vermont being so central to the various towns I wanted to stop at in the next 2 days, I stayed at the Brass Lantern Read More

Vermont Beer Trail: Day 1 of 4

July 12, 2014 0

After traveling the Vermont Beer Trail in December during that brutal winter we all endured throughout the Northeast side of the US, I decided to make another trek back to experience what Vermont had to offer in the warmth of the summer. Cue DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince’s ‘Summertime’ jam. > Read about my first trip SO MANY Read More

Craft Beer Vacations: Vermont Beer Trail

May 12, 2014 3

Vermont is a popular place to visit with it’s top-rated ski resorts, beautiful forests, fresh maple syrup, Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, Cabot cheese, etc. but for me… it’s the Craft Beer Mecca of the east coast with many top rated breweries. And living only 8 hours away, conquering Vermont’s Beer Trail was a must. This past December, Derek and Read More

Atlanta Beercation 3.0

October 5, 2012 7

Hotlanta how I love you, let me count the ways. This was my 3rd trip down to the land of peaches and as always I didn’t leave unsatisfied. Here’s a recap of our adventure: On the way drive down (yes we really drove) we stopped off in Greensville SC for lunch and a beer. Stop 1: Barley’s Taproom and Pizzeria. The Read More

Baltimore – beer, baseball, and more beer!

August 13, 2012 4

This past weekend I traveled to Baltimore to check out an Orioles game and survey the Fell’s Point bar scene. While I was there I enjoyed some rare beers, breakfast for dinner, and unlocked 3 Untappd badges! Here’s the whole story:

Batty Does Denver in 2 Days

June 5, 2012 4

Day 1: I arrived at Denver airport at 1pm, and was immediately picked up by Mr. Batty (aka Saint Erik) who was there on a business trip, and is a man who posses the rare combination of steel nerves and infinite patience. Stop 1: Pints Food: Yes Flights/Tasters: No Being that it was close to lunch (Denver time) we decided Read More

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