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Mutineer Monday: August 23rd

BeerSpiritsWine
08.23.2010

Mutineer Monday
The mission of Mutineer Monday is to advocate and promote the fine beverage industry by challenging the masses to “Join The Mutiny” and raise a glass (whether it be alcohol or non) to igniting and inspiring a fine beverage revolution!

Each week, we reach out to our readers, our Twitter followers, our Facebook fans, our contributors, our favorite bloggers and writers, and even our own team — asking everyone to share how they will be partaking in Mutineer Monday. To participate, all one needs to do is indulge in a delicious fine beverage (or two or three) and leave a comment on our blog, on our Facebook wall, or give a shout-out on Twitter using the hashtag #MutineerMonday (and #JoinTheMutiny if you have enough characters). And if are feeling particularly ambitious, feel free to do all three!

Each Monday, Mutineer salutes some of our fellow fine beverage revolutionaries who have joined the mutiny. Raise a glass (and a fist) in the air and toast them with us! Viva La Fine Beverage!

Featured Mutineer Monday Fine Beverage Revolutionaries:

Erin JimcoskyERIN JIMCOSKY
Food Editor at Mutineer Magazine, Author of “The Endive Chronicles”
Website: The Endive Chronicles
Twitter Handle: @endivechronicle

Why are you joining “The Mutiny”?
Being a part of the Mutiny for me is about curiosity, discovery and having a hell of a good time. There are so many people out there making amazing fine beverages, drinking them is only half the fun . . . maybe three quarters.
What is your fine beverage of choice for Mutineer Monday?
Right now I’m drinking a Vibranz Blood Orange Kombucha. Tonight I’ll be drinking a dry Spanish rose, possibly the 2009 Cune Rosado. Where many roses turn sweet this one turns bright with a strong minerality.

Jason + Julie AtallahJASON + JULIE ATALLAH
Proprietors of Bruisin’ Ales, a beer-only boutique store in Asheville, North Carolina
Website: Bruisin’ Ales
Twitter Handle: @bruisinales

Why are you joining “The Mutiny”?
We’re joining the Mutiny to further beerlanthropy®—concern for the welfare and advancement of beer. We conquer the world one bottle at a time as mutineers and scallywags on behalf of craft beer and independent beer stores. Our bounty we share with like-minded individuals riding the sea of craft beer.
What is your fine beverage of choice for Mutineer Monday?
The Bruery Trade Winds Tripel with the sails hoisted and the winds at our back! Ahoy, mateys!

Joe RobertsJOE ROBERTS
Author & Supreme Dictator for Life
Website: 1WineDude
Twitter Handle: @1winedude

Why are you joining “The Mutiny”?
We have too much seriousness in the wine biz right now. What we need is to take wine and other fine beverages seriously *without* taking *ourselves* too seriously. Also, I’ve got nothing else booked for tonight, so…
What is your fine beverage of choice for Mutineer Monday?
This Monday, my wife and daughter are back in town after being away several days to visit family in FL, so I’ll be letting Mrs. Dudette pick the beverage (if you’re a betting man, you’ll want to put LOTS of coin down on a big CA Chardonnay).

Stephen JohnsonSTEPHEN JOHNSON
Host of “New Brew Thursday”
Website: New Brew Thursday
Twitter Handle: @newbrewthursday and @darthweef

Why are you joining “The Mutiny”?
When you realize that the whole world is dull drinking glasses full of “meh” .. You have to mutiny against that .. The Mutiny is about making sure everything you imbibe is awesome and made of WIN!! Join the Mutiny!
What is your fine beverage of choice for Mutineer Monday?
My Beverage of Choice for Mutineer Monday is The Bruery’s Filthy Blonde. I love to pick up a growler of this wonderful beer and enjoy all day on Monday!

Shana RaySHANA RAY
Digital (Social Media) Marketing Director
Website: ShanaRay.Com
Twitter Handle: @sharayray

Why are you joining “The Mutiny”?
I eat and drink for a living.
What is your fine beverage of choice for Mutineer Monday?
Russian River Valley Pinot!

Agent RedAGENT RED
Co-founder of The Wine Spies
Website: The Wine Spies
Twitter Handle: @agentred

Why are you joining “The Mutiny”?
I joined the Mutiny years ago! Remember that party we threw in 2008?!
What is your fine beverage of choice for Mutineer Monday?
That’s easy… It’s today’s Wine Spies featured wine selection from our friends at a unique winery in Malibu! Their 2008 Surfrider Pinot Noir comes from the Edna Valley, in And Luis Obispo County. The wine is silky smooth and layered with delicious fruit. Most of all, its fun to drink – making it the perfect wine for a Mutineer Monday.

Drink Eat Travel

STAN LEE
Writer
Website: Drink Eat Travel
Twitter Handle: @drinkeattravel
Why are you joining “The Mutiny”?
Because sometimes I drink by myself at work.
What is your fine beverage of choice for Mutineer Monday?
Russian River Consecration.

BeerTapTVERIK BOLES
Co-host of “BeerTapTV”
Website: BeerTapTV.com
Twitter Handle: @ErikBoles and @BeerTapTV

Why are you joining “The Mutiny”?
Because it is about the lifestyle, and we need to realize that. Down with the beer snob, up with the lifestyle drinkers that choose to drink great beer and empower others to do the same.
What is your fine beverage of choice for Mutineer Monday?
Depends on what we are drinking on the show (we tape on Mondays, so a lot of beer is cycled through).



Comments

  1. Ashley Routson | Monday, August 23, 2010

    I feel the need to drink something truly mutinous in honor of Mutineer Monday. Hmmmm… Maybe a Rodenbach Grand Cru?


  2. Natalie Morgan | Monday, August 23, 2010

    Awesome! I love this idea. Hmmm, in honor of Mutineer Monday I will open up a bottle of St. Supery Cabernet!


  3. William Bennett | Monday, August 23, 2010

    Rad! I toast to the mutiny with some ballast point sculpin… Mutineer Monday is my new favorite day of the week.


  4. the hoparazzi | Monday, August 23, 2010

    Hey, if you are ever lookin for someone to feature :) I’m a fine beverage revolutionary!

    Gonna try to hunt down something cool for Mutineer Monday. Might have to dig into the cellar. An old Abyss is sounding mighty good!


  5. ashley v routson | Monday, August 23, 2010

    Mmmmm Abyss. I just picked up a 2007 Abyss the other day. Don’t think I can part with it yet, though.


  6. Lee Williams | Monday, August 23, 2010

    Stevie and I will be splitting a 2009 Big Sky Barrel Aged Ivan the Terrible Russian Imperial Stout


  7. Brian | Monday, August 23, 2010

    Nice! I’ve yet to crack my 09 Ivan the Terrible .. and when there were cases of it in front of me, I’m pissed I only bought one. Word on the street is there won’t be any Ivan the Terrible produced for 2010! :(


  8. Stevie Caldarola | Monday, August 23, 2010

    nomnomnomnom I love my boyfriend…


  9. ashley v routson | Monday, August 23, 2010

    I need to find me a boyfriend like Lee…. or girlfriend. When it comes to craft beer, I don’t discriminate. Sugar mama, daddy. Just give me the beer :)


  10. the hoparazzi | Monday, August 23, 2010

    Ivan The Terrible is an amazing beer! I still have a bottle laying down. Started with 3, traded one, drank one. Think I’ll wait to do a vertical with the next release. Is it true that it’s not being released this year? Where did you read that?


  11. Brian | Monday, August 23, 2010

    The wonderful people at 99 Bottles [http://www.99bottles.net] in Federal Way, WA told me this.


  12. the hoparazzi | Monday, August 23, 2010

    99 Bottles is that really awesome bottle shop near Seattle right? Next time I make it out that way I gotta stop in. Do they have vintage bottles? Like a “back room”?


  13. Lee Williams | Monday, August 23, 2010

    Ashley – You crack me up! #justsayin Now go find yourself that craft beer appreciative lady or gent.


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