1) I’m in the sixth year of writing this blog. Yeah, I know what you’re thinking – “jeez, he’s been doing this since 2012 and he’s still rubbish at it”. To which […]
“In March 1933, eight months before the 21st Amendment repealed Prohibition, Congress modified the Volstead Act to allow the production of ‘non-intoxicating’, low-alcohol beer and wine, with a maximum of 4 percent alcohol by […]
Such high-class special effects.
1) I’m old enough to remember a time when Vale Ale was hard to find. These days it’s almost as common as, say, Pirate Life or Young Henrys (both of which are […]
“Beer is one of the world’s great, affordable luxuries. That the world’s best beers can be had for mere dollars is astounding.” Andy Crouch Via Twitter (@BeerScribe) February 27, 2018
What a bunch of dickheads.
1) You know, I never really eat as much watermelon as a I should. I love the stuff and, each summer , I plan to eat me a whole lot of […]
“… breweries across the country are now experimenting with mesmerizing, glitter-infused beers. This edible glitter is perfectly safe to eat (er, drink!) and will look incredible on our social media posts, which […]
1) Let’s get this out of the way right at the start. I hate the Foo Fighters. I’m not indifferent to them. I don’t dislike them. I hate them. There was a […]
“Beer is pretty well taxed. What’s charged depends on alcohol content and the consumer price index, which is why from time to time the manufacturers cut their alcohol content, to control costs. […]