Tired of carrying that cooler full of beer from the car? Here is the ultimate in beverage propulsion, the Cooler Scooter from Cooler Fun, LLC. The Scooter features a 33cc gas engine and enough room for 24 of your favorite brews. With a range of 15 miles you can forget looking for a close parking place and just ride to your destination.
Chris LaPierre, the head brewer at Iron Hills, has brought over 15 of the finest craft brewers together for the annual Belgian style tasting event at their West Chester, PN location. Not only will attendees have the opportunity to try some of the best Belgian style ales coming from American brewers, but the brewers themselves will be in attendance. This is an opportunity for those new to this style to question the brewers about what makes Belgian style ales so popular with brewers and consumers alike, and for the old-schoolers to drink in the flavors they love so much. For more information visit the Iron Hill Brewery website.
Nothing worse than sitting down to relax, having a beer and watching some TV only to realize you forgot your bottle opener, not to worry, after watching this video you’ll never worry about having a bottle opener again. This mad genius has come up with more than enough ways for you to use everyday objects to get the top of that bottle open without ever leaving the couch.
This is a straggler from our Fire Week series that I am pretty sure was inspired by the videos we featured of everyday people drinking flaming alcohol and proceeding to make complete fools of themselves while throwing the makeshift napalm around the room and uncontrollably breathing fire. See the full post »
This award winning ale is brewed inside a Bavarian-style brewhouse with copper kettles that the owner, Ken Allen, brought from Germany. Dedicated to quality, Anderson Valley uses water drawn from wells on the brewery property along with Pacific Northwest hops to create their classic line of beers. The Winter Solstice Ale is medium bodied and easier to drink than some of the other seasonal ales, and its a good introduction to this style.
For the last 33 years Anchor Brewing has released a special Christmas Ale to celebrate the season. Each year the brewery changes the recipe to commemorate the rebirth of the Earth and the coming spring. The ale is available from November through January and will store for a number of years. This years left over pumpkin pie, a pint of Christmas Ale and a movie would be a perfect pairing for a winter evening. I suggest buying a magnum and four of the matching pint glasses and saving it for next years Christmas celebrations.