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Guinness-is: In the beginning, God created beer

Every good character has an origin story, and if I want to be a good beer writer I need one too. How did I go from Cruiser drinking teen to beer drinking adult? 297 more words

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Drunk Talk Part 1

Okay, it took me a while to get the coconut modem working. All those years of watching Gilligan’s Island weren’t wasted after all! Word of advice: Don’t piss off rich people, especially if their name is Oliver Queen. 1,295 more words

The Marshmallow Lady - Beer Marshmallows


This is possibly the craziest thing I have ever eaten! I still can’t get over how amazingly weird these are!
When I spotted these last weekend at the… 156 more words

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Something About Nothing

My first season coaching with Western has come to an end.  I haven’t coached in 6 days and I think I’m going crazy.  I want to get this blog active again, but can’t drum up anything, so here’s something about nothing… 197 more words

Craft beer is definitely rising

As fans of craft beer and events showcasing craft beer we recently attended Craft Beer Rising, described by the Financial Times as one of the UK’s hottest tickets of 2014, at the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane in London. 899 more words

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Innis and Gunn: Toasted Oak

Innis and Gunn beer and its distinctive depth and flavour came about due to a stroke of good luck. In 2002 a famous whisky distiller wishing to season their oak casks with the sweet, malty character of a full-flavoured beer, asked for the brewerys help.  266 more words

The Flat Cap

Bar grub at Red Squirrel

After driving north from the Lake District, we spent our first evening at Red Squirrel, a bar I read about that stocks over 20 varieties of craft beer and ales on draft. 425 more words

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