No, I’m not talking about the market for sweet Australian “sticky” wine; I’m talking about the story on CNN.com last night that explored the phenomenon of food and beverage prices remaining high rather than decreasing with inputs such as oil and wheat. See the full post »
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10.20.2008 | Alan Kropf
There is nothing magical about the creation of alcohol. Fermentation can happen naturally, and in this case some old pumpkins fermented into some pumpkin brew for this squirrel to indulge in. See the full post »
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10.20.2008 | Alan Kropf
This guy ate this burger in a single sitting. It took him 4 hours and 39 minutes to finish the 15 pound monolith, which is a solid 2 hours quicker than my marathon time. The champion here is Brad Sciullo, who now has the sweetest picture ever to use on his personal ads. Mr. Sciullo is the first person to ever finish the burger, which is dubbed the “Beer Barrel Belly Bruiser” and served at Denny’s Beer Barrel Pub. See the full post »
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10.18.2008 | Alan Kropf
“This Agreement, when ratified by the Legislature of the Virgin Islands, marks the greatest single financial step forward we have taken in this Territory in fifty years.” That is Virgin Islands Governor John P. deJongh, Jr. talking back in June about beverage behemoth Diageo’s plans to build a distillery on St. Croix. See the full post »
Something I’ve been wanting to do for some time is to have a Mutineer Magazine hamburger hall of fame. I’m convinced that it will happen at some point, but until it does, I’m limited to one-off tributes to the fine burger specimens I come across. See the full post »
The only word that comes to mind when I see this is ‘epic’. I mean, Terry is a big dude to begin with, plus he has chosen to wield a large, sharp axe, all culminating into www.terryschopshop.blogspot.com. I am inspired to try this myself with one of our kitchen knives, but I envision glass shards flying into my eyes and deadly glass dust soiling the office floor…bad idea. See the full post »
I’m gonna come clean. I always thought this was an Animals song, because I’ve always listened to it on the Animals: Retrospective album. Further research has shown that this song is actually Animals singer Eric Burdon with War, the band known for “Why Can’t We Be Friends” and “Lowrider”. See the full post »
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10.16.2008 | Alan Kropf
The Mutineers made sure to visit Elysian Brewing Co. in Seattle during a recent trip, and as a result had some truly awesome pumpkin beer. The Elysian Great Pumpkin Ale is an award winning, truly tasty beverage that is best enjoyed in one of Elysian’s several Seattle brewpubs alongside some exceptional food. Look for a full story in the upcoming issue of Mutineer Magazine.