I am fighting off the coming of winter with a summer beer.
In the name of science I put my pumpkin prejudice aside and sampled a couple of this year’s fall favourite.
My sister brought me an Uncle Leo’s Brewery care package from Nova Scotia to Alberta. I guess she’s an okay sister.
I took King Puck home from Ireland in a suitcase. I guess that’s one way to get a goat across borders.
After seeing Twitter light up over this cherry saison, I had to track some down for myself.
I went to the woods because I wished to drink deliberately.
When I grabbed a bottle of Kiss Yer Cousin, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I am happy to announce after drinking it, I have not kissed any of my cousins.
A four-course meal with Belgian beer pairings? Um, yes please!
I spent time with a wee Angry Scotch Ale and I couldn’t be happier.
Brewsters Brewing Company invited me to take part in Craft Beer Market’s Caskapalooza. Beer was had.
What I learned by going to as many Irish pubs as possible in two weeks.
Some great friends lugged two litres of Spruce Tip Ale from Skagway to Calgary for me. There are no better friends than that.