Tag Archives: pilsner

How Having a Beer with Entourage’s Adrian Grenier Made Me Appreciate Hipsters

It’s been well-documented in this space that I have a problem with hipsters. There’s something about those people and their “fixie” bikes and their trucker hats and their ironic facial hair and their koi fish tattoo sleeves and they’re lumberjack shirts and their love of Pabst Blue Ribbon that makes me want to expose them […]

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The Three Best Vacation Beers I’ve Ever Had

My most recent post for TODAY.com is about the Big River Brewing Company at the Boardwalk Hotel in Disney World.  I was down there last week with the family, and Big River was a life saver – a lush desert island of craft beer in an otherwise barren sea of industrial light lagers. While I […]

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Voodoo Brewery Pilzilla: Is It the Real Deal?

Nate from Thank Heaven for Beer once said something that stuck with me – it’s easy to brew a big, bold dark beer because there’s plenty of flavor to hide your mistakes, but it takes skill and craftsmanship to brew a truly remarkable pilsner.  It’s a style of beer that seems pretty simple on its […]

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Sip With Us Saturday: Positively Pilsner

We’re teaming up again with the guys over at Thank Heaven for Beer for another round of Sip With Us Saturday.  The idea is that everyone drinks the same type of beer on Saturday, then we all report back on our experiences and somehow world peace is achieved.  Actually, I’m not sure about that last […]

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