Monthly Archives: June 2010

So when does Heather get to be on a tasting panel?

NY Times had an article today in honor of the upcoming 4th where they rated American pale ales. It was a good read, and I’m glad to see articles of this nature in a national paper, aimed towards novice beer … Continue reading

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“I see that you roll deep. I too roll deep.”

I’ve been a little slow on updating, but Matt and I had a brewing party a few weeks ago. It was a great party, because, of course, while you make beer, you have to drink it, and of course, the … Continue reading

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A Gator in Dawgville

I made an overnight trip to Athens last week (Georgia, not Greece), and I kinda fell in love with the town. It reminded me a lot of Gainesville (Florida, not Georgia), except with a hipper downtown and more funky-freaky people. … Continue reading

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A little weird to say, but I’m proud of Alabama

That strange place just west of the ‘Hooch has always frightened me a bit. Yes, I know I’m being overly dramatic and too stereotypical, but always worried that a trip into Alabama might involve, I don’t know, me having a … Continue reading

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I like my lambics just like I like my men– funky.

The NY Times had a really good story today about Lambics and Sour Beers. In particular, I liked the part about the guy calling up the brewery to tell them that their beer had gone bad, and the part towards … Continue reading

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A brief history of time. And beer.

I’ve been thinking about this for a while, but I’ve finally gotten around to starting a blog. For the topic of this lovely, little blog, I’ve chosen to focus on good, wholesome, craft beer. It’s something I enjoy learning about, … Continue reading

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