Post Black Friday/Cyber Monday insanity treat
Happy Holidays from the team
Work crew. Awkward arms.
Volcano Choir performs “Comrade” in an old tannery in Milwaukee, WI. Directed/Edited by: Dan Huiting Camera: Eric Schleicher Joah Colby-Milbrath Mark Adgate …
No words to describe Justin Vernon’s musical genius. I get chills every time I see a video of him displaying so much emotion when he plays.
I think I finally recovered from this Nicktoberfest 2013. Great day of drinking bourbon, throwing hatchets with a piece pipe mod, burning bourbon barrels, and drinking 10 gallons of an amazing home-brewed dark and hoppy Czech style lager!
Time to hone my hatchet throwing skills for next year!
Found the last six-pack of Boulevard’s 80 Acre Hoppy Wheat at the store. Wrapping up this long week with a delicious beer in my favorite koozie.
Listening to J Roddy Walston and the Business’ new album all day…be back later
Pat Fahey is only the seventh person in the world to become a certified Master Cicerone. His level of commitment to the craft of beer is immeasurable. The sheer number of beers that have passed his palate, and the range and depth of styles he’s explored are hard to wrap your head around. But in the end, his journey is just as long as the rest of ours â because every day he wakes up is a another brew day for over 2,500 breweries in the US alone. His work will never be done. I ran in to Pat in an unlikely place â the penthouse of MillerCoors’ headquarters in downtown Chicago where we both found ourselves alongside Ray Daniels, the founder and director of the Cicerone program, raving about the quality and flavors in the AC Golden sour beers on display. We bonded. LOOK AT THIS » >
Curious to know what’s in Master Cicerone Pat Fahey’s fridge?