Back in 2018, Guinness opened a brand new brewery in Baltimore, Maryland that they call Guinness Open Gate Brewery. Baltimore is a hell of a lot closer than Dublin, but once again, we have yet to visit this facility which brews everything “from IPAs to sours to stouts”, […]
I recently headed over to the Far Northeast of Philadelphia to meet Fredo and His Boy (aka My Nephew) for a little bit of cleanout (or should I say throw out?) at Pappy’s house. After our long day of labor, we stopped at Miller’s Ale House to […]
For Jersey Week, the family went to Ireland and I found myself at the Quay’s in the Temple Bar area. While the children had a soda, I was looking for a more fortifying beverage. I had had my fill of stouts and was looking for something different and selected a […]
Recently, G-LO was working the interwebz and received an offer from a PR firm in New York City that he couldn’t refuse. To be perfectly honest, any offer involving free beer or whisky is one that we will not refuse. We may not find that we like every product, […]
Jersey Week is that week in November where schools are closed on Tuesday for Election Day and then Thursday and Friday for the NJEA convention. Some school districts close for the entire week while other hold classes (albeit poorly attended) on Monday and Wednesday. Each year, we use this week […]
Last night, The Wookie and I attended a Guinness Believer event in Old City Philadelphia. This would be our second time attending a Guinness promotional event.
On a recent trip to my local purveyor, I picked up a bottle of Fuller’s London Porter as a part of a mixed six. From the Fuller’s site: “London Porter captures the flavors of the original entire brews perfectly, although you won’t find a cloudy pint these days! […]
I had my first Guinness when I was 16 years old at Downey’s Irish Pub on South Street in Philadelphia. While there have been many innovations which allow you to enjoy a
Is there anything as perfect as crabs and beer? I was pondering this question last weekend while I pounded through some snow crab and rock crab with the Wookettes. The crabs were delicious but made all the better with the addition a few River Horse Unfiltered Lagers.
With the ROK MIA, I guess I am the last of the booze dancers to find my way over to Dublin Square. After a delicious lunch with my better half on President’s Day, I have to say the delay was my loss. With the children off to school, […]