Pucks and Pints 2018: Playoffs Edition!

May 1, 2018 0

April and I love hockey. We’re big fans of the Columbus Blue Jackets (her) and the Washington Capitals (me). With both of our teams poised to go to the postseason, we decided to do a playoffs edition of our annual hockey+beer post, Pucks and Pints. And then we found out we were playing each other in Round 1. … Awkward. Read More

Mother/Daughter Beer Review: Starr Hill Box of Chocolates

November 27, 2017 0

A couple years ago, my beer-lovin’ mom joined me to review some springtime samples from Starr Hill Brewing. She’s back for the holiday season, here to help me review the latest samples that Starr Hill was kind enough to send us: one bottle each from their Box of Chocolates variety pack. The pack starts with their Double Bass Chocolate Stout Read More

The Birth of a Beer – Meet Fresh Out the Kitchen

April 18, 2017 0

I’ve always heard that brewing is really just cleaning and chemistry, but after our latest brew day at Boneshire Brew Works, I would like to add that it also involves a lot of creativity and problem solving. There are challenges to brewing in different spaces and different types of beers that often have complicated or expensive fixes. It’s really cool Read More

Harty Brewing Co Oatmeal Stout – #30beersfor30years

March 7, 2017 0

I woke up Saturday morning with loose plans to go to the Broad Street Market for coffee and veggies (what I do every Saturday morning) and was happy to add seeing Logan to my morning. I could tell you the pile of reasons I really enjoyed seeing Logan including my thoughts of providing humanity to the X-Men and a bit Read More

Goose Island Bourbon County Coffee Stout (2014) – #30beersfor30years

March 7, 2017 0

It’s a fact – my friends are just plain awesome! Friday night we’re all at happy hour and discussing aloud, wondering maybe we should have a game night? One friend brought the games, I brought myself, and another offered their home to host. “I’ve got a ton of good brews to drink, don’t bring anything over” is the lucky night I Read More

50 Shades of Dark (er beer)

February 14, 2017 0

For Valentines Day, each writer was challenged to proclaim their love to their favorite beers. These are their interpretations of the idea. We hope you enjoy! I can see you across the bar from me and I can’t take my eyes off of you, mesmerized by the simple idea of having you. I wasn’t expecting to see you here. In fact, Read More

Desperate Times Turtle Stout – #30beersfor30years

February 12, 2017 0

For day 3 of my adventures, I was headed to Molly Pitcher Brewing to pick up a bottle of their barrel-aged espresso stout. I’ll drink that later on in the journey, so hang tight that review will be coming. While there, I had a Peanut Butter porter which is a legit dessert in a glass, but not new to me, so skipped Read More

Founders Lizard of Koz: The Last Backstage Series Beer of 2016

October 14, 2016 0

We are in the midst of pulling something delicious out of bourbon barrels… something dark, chocolatey, blueberry-y and vanilla-y…. something we’ve never bottled before and we cannot wait for you to get your lips on this. Lizard of Koz: our second and final Backstage Series beer of 2016, is coming at ya starting in November. This one is near and dear to our hearts. Read More

Triple C Brewing Co’s Chocolate Covered Pretzel Stout Bottle Release

February 16, 2016 0

Once a year Triple C Brewing Co. releases the Chocolate Covered Pretzel Stout. This bottle release always seems to hit right around Valentine’s Day, and it is a perfect beer to share with loved ones and friends. Word starts to move around Charlotte about two weeks before the bottle release and the excitement grows. Triple C Brewing Co. always hosts well-organized events Read More

All is Calm, All is Bright: Coloring + Magic Hat Feast of Fools

January 21, 2016 0

The Holiday season kills me every year. As an extrovert who’s easily excited about everything and has a mean case of FOMO, Chirstmastime + New Years is easily the most mentally exhausting time of year for me. Rushing around to parties, trying to get shopping done, visiting friends and family plus running the website, doing Harrisburg Beer Week planning, and Read More

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