Yes, we do have pint glasses with our names on them, courtesy of my awesomely creative sister, Becky, and her wedding.
Month: November 2011
Good Morning and Happy Thanksgiving!
Mimosas – start your turkey day out right.
Guest Post: Erik Nabler of Liquor Locusts reviews Hornsby’s “Crisp” Apple Cider
In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love. As Tennyson, or somebody, so wisely said. However, in the fall, it turns to… Read more “Guest Post: Erik Nabler of Liquor Locusts reviews Hornsby’s “Crisp” Apple Cider”
Drinkmatron Labs: Hard Cider
When it comes to homebrewing, the absolute easiest thing you can make is hard cider. In this day and age where apple cider is readily available from… Read more “Drinkmatron Labs: Hard Cider”
How to Mix an Old Fashioned
Brandy or Whiskey, sweet or sour, making an old fashioned is as simple as the ingredients that go into it. Read on and learn ways to make… Read more “How to Mix an Old Fashioned”
Brandy colored memories
When I was a kid, my mom drank Brandy. It sticks out in my mind – the bottle of E&J on the counter, waiting until the next… Read more “Brandy colored memories”
Of all the basic drinks listed in David A Embury’s Fine Art of Mixing Drinks, the Sidecar has the most dubious of back stories. Paris It is… Read more “The Sidecar”
Anchor Steam Beer
Steam beer is an interesting style of beer and, as far as I know, Anchor is the only company that still makes it. This beer has a… Read more “Anchor Steam Beer”
Sierra Nevada Tumbler Autumn Brown Ale
The coming Autumn time is a signal for us beer drinkers that it’s time to start stocking up on the darker beers that seem to go oh-so-well… Read more “Sierra Nevada Tumbler Autumn Brown Ale”
Spent Grain Bread Recipe
Last weekend I started home brewing again. Being that I brewed an all-grain batch, I had a concern early on about what to do with the spent… Read more “Spent Grain Bread Recipe”