Master of Marzen 2019 – Round 2 Preview

And then there were 16. It's been a big month of Oktoberfest brews and lots of tough decision to halve the initial field of 32. There's been a number of tremendous brews and a few who were unlucky to lose out in the first round. The support I have received from the breweries who elected... Continue Reading →

Master of Marzen 2019 – Round 1

It's here y'all! Round 1 of the first annual Master of Marzen. This bracket has been months in the making and I'm incredibly excited. Not only is marzen my favorite seasonal style of beer, I have held off drinking any until the bracket. As many in the craft beer community have noted, marzen season kicked... Continue Reading →

Master of Marzen 2019 Countdown

Only two weeks remain until the start of the Master of Marzen. If you haven't read my last post about the bracket, explaining the concept and rules, check it out now. Entered BreweriesThe amount of support I've received from breweries has been great! As of today I have received beer from 10 breweries and expect... Continue Reading →

Master of Marzen 2019

Hey there beer people! It's been quite a while since my last post here. I've been very active with my (pretty much) daily Instagram beer reviews but have not given this website the love it deserves. That said, I'm back with some big news. I am announcing my First Annual Master of Marzen bracket to... Continue Reading →

“Stay here, sell beer” – AB InBev

As we rapidly approach the one-year mark of the Trump presidency, it's hard to argue against him being one of the most controversial heads of state in recorded history. Given his focus on "the wall" and his recent decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, immigration - particularly that from Mexico and across the southern border - is a hot button issue.

Cider Review – Original Sin

Founded in 1996, Original Sin brews seven different ciders; apple, elderberry, apricot, pear, Newtown Pippin, Northern Spy, and Cherry Tree. The company was launched by Gidon Coll in an effort to revive the traditional American cider industry, one that was not reflected by the "syrupy, sweet" 20th century ciders.

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