Pucks and Pints: Our Favorite Hockey Beers

January 24, 2016 3

When it comes to beer and sports, football gets a lot of love. However, April and I are both fans of another cold weather sport: hockey! With a good game comes a good beer, and here are some of our favorite beers to sip during the good old hockey game. April HOCKEY, HOCKEY, HOCKEY, I am OBSESSED with hockey — Read More

Beers for a Rainy Day

October 8, 2015 0

This past weekend saw a lot of rain and grey skies — rain that was very much needed in our area (we were almost in a drought), but rain that also put a damper on many weekend plans, including our annual tradition of going to Capitol City Oktoberfest. Rainy days are often associated with warm tea, a blanket, and watching Read More

1000 Unique Beers and Counting!

November 12, 2012 5

The date was Saturday, November 10th. The time was approximately 10:30pm. The location? My friend Rich’s birthday shenanigans. The event: my 1000th unique beer on Untappd.

The Quest for the Holy Grail…of Craft Beer

June 28, 2012 18

I don’t think I can make it any clearer that I love beer. It has entirely permeated almost every aspect of my life, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I love trying new beers and make it a point to seek out things I haven’t had when shopping for beer and visiting bars. The problem with doing this Read More

Pairs: Beer and cake

June 22, 2012 2

Every woman knows that sometimes there’s nothing more satisfying that a piece of chocolate cake. We don’t ask why some of us crave chocolate and sweets, we just handle our…addiction…the best we can by indulging. In fact, I had a dream about chocolate ice cream with bananas last night, so I’m pretty sure that means I need some today right? Read More

Imminent Liquidation Bottle Share

March 9, 2012 2

This past weekend I had the honor of being invited to an amazing event here in the Harrisburg, PA area: the Imminent Liquidation Bottle Share. The official event description is as follows: The event will allow craft beer enthusiasts to dust off and share rarities from their cellars. If you don’t have any rare beers, feel free to bring a Read More