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Battle of The Belgian IPA’s: Raging Bitch vs. Verboten

What is it with the names of these two Pale Ales that use Belgian yeast?  Why do they have to be so contrary?  Raging Bitch sounds like a lady to be avoided (I could use names here but I don’t need that kind of heat!), and Verboten is German for “Forbidden.” Both names make it […]

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Weyerbacher Tiny: Can a Beer Stop Time?

There was this made for TV movie that fascinated me when I was a kid called The Girl, The Gold Watch & Everything.  It starred Robert Hays, the guy from Airplane!, as a fella who inherits this gold watch from a rich relative and it allows him to stop time. In the process, he wins Pam Dawber’s […]

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Detoxing From the Long Weekend

I know it might sound funny for a guy with a drinking blog, but I really don’t drink that much.  Think about it, I might put up three or four posts a week about a beer or whiskey, and that is really all I typically drink.  Sometimes I might have a beer on the weekend, […]

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Neglecting the Baby: Aaaaand We’re Back!

The best thing about this blog is that it brings Don and I together even though we live across the country from one another.  It’s been a couple of years since we’ve actually been in the same place at the same time, but that changed last week, when Don came for a visit here in […]

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The Long, Dry Weekend

I’m quite the creature of habit, and I usually like to stick to a routine.  When it comes to beer, the rule is that I usually don’t drink any during the week, and imbibe on the weekends.  Now the former rule is one that is broken regularly (I’ll have a beer after a rough day […]

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Weyerbacher Heresy: Call Me a Heretic!

If this were the Dark Ages, I’d be roasting on a spit right now, because I’m a huge fan of Heresy.  Not the religious type  (but I’m probably guilty of that, too), but of Weyerbacher’s wonderful barrel-aged stout.  Heresy starts life as Weyerbacher’s Old Heathen imperial stout, which is then aged in oak barrels that […]

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