I’ve had a bottle of the Breckenridge Vanilla Porter in my fridge for about a week, and though I’d never heard of Breckenridge Brewery before, I bought it because I was intrigued by the name. After reading a review of this beer on “Stuff I Write about Wine”, […]
Courtesy of The Wookie, two whisky related videos for your viewing pleasure.. Only one question. Does Red Bowler Whisky actually exist??? Slainte!
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My first Oskar Blues experience was courtesy of a Dale’s Pale Ale which I had on tap at The Pourhouse in Westmont, NJ. I liked it so much that I had to pick up a 6-pack the next weekend. This past Saturday night, I was expecting some company to watch […]
While suffering through a Phillies playoff game, I felt the need for a new beverage. Always a big fan, I opted for yet another product from Samuel Smith and thought I would give the Organically Produced Ale a try. I found the pour to yield an orange haze […]
11AM. Sunday morning. Mostly empty fridge. The usual “Hey Honey! What do you want for dinner?” discussion begins… Mrs. G-LO was in the mood for some roasted cauliflower, but wasn’t sure what to serve as an entree. Since I was in a decisive mood, I suggested that I […]
“Pay me in cash and I’ll bury the tax.” – Chef Frank of “Frankie’s at Night” circa Feb. 1999 In January and February of 1999, my wife and I were scouting restaurants for our wedding rehearsal dinner. One of the places on our list was Frankie’s at Night, […]
Prior to 1999, the 100 block of South 13th Street was one of the shabbiest strips in Center City Philadelphia. Thanks to redevelopment efforts by such people as Tony Goldman (his company redeveloped South Beach in Miami and SOHO in NYC), Stephen Starr, the Raitanos (owners of Capogiro) […]
When I become independently wealthy, and no longer have to work for a living, I will definitely spend a few summers in Coastal Maine. My wife and I spent a week sailing around the Penobscot Bay on a windjammer that sailed out of Camden, and we also spent a few days […]
Southern Tier’s Harvest Ale is their Autumn seasonal beer which is released every August. It is an Extra Special Bitter (ESB) which is brewed with 4 varieties of hops, 2 types of malt, and has an ABV of 6.7%. Per the Beer Advocate, ESBs have the following characteristics: […]