Recently the misses and I traveled to the lovely land of Buffalo, home of the original chicken wing. We have friends that live in the area and yes they are Bills fans. Terrible I know right. They didn’t even jump through a table when we tailgated. Why did we go there you ask, well to see the Eagles kick the Bills assess of course. This was my first away game because I can’t count the shitty Ravens. It was actually a cool town and we enjoyed some great beers and even had the chance to visit a couple of brewers while we were there. Check out below on some of those delicious treats. CHEERS!!!!!!!!!!
You ever drink so much that you time travel and wake up in a mystery room in your own house. Yeah me niether. Clearly, I am lying, after a wonderful Friday night I found myself snapping awake in the third bathroom of my house. I generally don’t use this one but there I was standing in the dark with no clue where the hell I was. First things first I shuffled my feet on the floor trying to identify what room I was in, then I began searching for a light. Light found, the room lit up and I was like ” What the Fuck am I doing in here.” Yeah, that happened. it wasn’t due to the Coastal brews but the other 700 beers I had that night, and a cider provided by Tim the neighbor.
Monday Night Brewing Company has been brewing beers in Atlanta Georgia since 2006. Brought to me by 302 Outdoors as he continues to travel and find amazing beers. This week we tried 2 brews from Monday Night, […]
This Brew was gifted to me from a good friend Rob who also likes a good brew. Kennett Brewing Company is serious about making serious brews. They came into existence in 2015 and have been rocking out ever […]
This week we got to enjoy a veteran-owned brewer in Service Brewing Company. This beer was launched in 2014. Veteran Owned businesses are booming and everyone should get behind these guys. This couple came together […]
Baxter Brewing Company opened up in 2010. My bro Sean brought these guys back from Maine. These guys were thoroughly enjoyed during the Beer Olympics. Sean came back and delivered four of the Baxter Brews “Einstein,” “Maine […]
It’s been a couple of weeks since we dropped a DOW. Every now and then I have to work in a cleanse to make sure I can keep going during the summer months. Plus we went on vacation to OBX. There will be a write up coming soon from that adventure. This post is from last week when we tried Frankenmuth Brewing Company out of Michigan. Born in 1862 Frankenmuth has been making beer for damn near ever. It didn’t start with the Frankenmuth name but settled on the Frankenmuth name in the 80’s. We try out two of their brews last week, “Lighten Up Francis,” and “Old Detroit.”
Opening its doors in 2014 to the public Conshohocken Brewing company is making some damn good beers. This past week we gave three of them a shot, “Winter Madness,” “Blood Money,” and “Type-A.” I was pumped to try these guys out mainly because of one of my favorite sports radio talk show hosts, Glen Macnow, is a part owner of Conshy Brewing. Not to get weird about it but the guy has it pretty damn good, he talks sports, drinks beer, likes a good meal, and the list goes on. If I could create a blueprint for things I wanted to accomplish this guy has done it. I still have time to get moving on some of these things so we will see what happens. Your right I am jealous and with that let’s talk about the beers.
Out of Lincoln Nebraska, we bring your Zipline Brewing Company. This brewhouse was founded in 2012 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Once again beer born out of friendship, this group works hard to bring everyone delicious brews. The lean on English, German, Belgian, and check style and traditions to craft their wonderful elixirs. These big brains are bringing you big beer and this week we try two of em, “Copper Alt” and “Oatmeal Porter.” Enough Chit Chat onto the Beer!!!!!!
This past week plenty of beer was needed and needed badly. We were able to get our hands on two brews from a Western New York brewer in Hamburg Brewing Company. This week we took the edge off with their “Hoppenstance,” and “OMS” brews. If your ever in the Buffalo area just travel about twenty minutes south and check out one of the nicest breweries around. Let’s get on with the Fact’s, CHEERS!!!!!!!