So you are a beer geek and want to save the environment (or work off the beer gut)? What to do? Get on your bike, head to the local brew emporium, and use this nifty gadget to tote some fresh suds home.
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In between growing up in NJ and starting a family in NJ I lived in the DC/Northern VA area for ten years. There are a lot of things I miss about the DC Metro area (friends, the Smithsonian, traffic on the Beltway) but when it comes to food […]
Philly is a great beer town and if you wander into most any respectable bar you’ll probably find an awesome craft beer on tap. But what do you do if have a craving for a specific beer or are curious about what’s on tap at your favorite watering […]
Now for the 3rd and final installment in our 3 part review of Master of Malt Whisk(e)y Samples. Since G-lo went with his taste and took the full bodied and smoky Caol Ila 17 sample and the ROK went for the Old Fitzgerald 12 sample, I got a […]
Sometimes hanging out with our old friend The Alemonger is a bit like an acid trip as he spins off on rants about the squirrels that have laid siege to his home or how cheese and eggs are a communist plot to enslave us all. Other times hanging with […]
As the self appointed Gadget Geek of the Booze Dancers I am always scouring the net for new booze tech and drinking gear. Since many of our Booze Dancer gatherings are outside around the fire I was excited to find a new piece of gear that would keep […]
Ok, so I have been meaning to write this post for a while, last summer I had the good fortune to spend two weeks in the U. S. Virgin Islands on the beautiful island of St. John with my family. Beyond the snorkling, hiking, sailing, and relaxing we […]
We got some warm weather and a little taste of Spring over the weekend so it was time to dust off the grill and try out some lighter brews in preparation for the warmer months ahead. I checked out my beer fridge where I knew I had some […]
How do you pass the time when you spend a couple of hours of your commute on Amtrak between Philly and NYC? Well, if you are like me, after you answer a thousand emails and finish reports for work, you pop open your web browser, search the […]
My mother always told me, “If you can’t say something nice don’t say anything at all.” So I don’t have much to say about Cricket Hill’s East Coast Lager.