About- Katharine 'Kat' Clark
Roundtable: In honor of world cup, pick your favorite beer from a competing country. If you’re really ambitious, pick your favorite beers from each competing country and have a little bracket face-off. Who wins?
I had a fair …
It’s getting warm out there which means, shorts, pools, cold beers, and long evenings. In addition to the the beautiful weather, it’s concert season. We asked the the PorchDrinking staff what concerts they were looking forward to this Summer. Who are you going to go see?
The Kentucky Derby is known as a horse race, but also for its particular fashion style. These days, race day has its own red-carpet receiving line for all the celebrities and socialites that attend. Overall, the look is summertime dressed-up whimsy. Even if you’re not attending the race itself, getting the derby look right is key. We’ve compiled a list of Kentucky Derby Fashion Dos and Don’ts (Yeas and Neighs) to help you.
Last week we introduced Brewery MASH, what would your ideal brewery look like? The PorchDrinking staff get rather creative and international for this week’s Roundtable Discussion. Epic pilgrimages to breweries with coveted features may be in order.
In honor of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, I asked the PorchDrinking Staff if they had a favorite Olympic athlete. This is their enthusiastic response.
New year, New Beer. Now that we’ve gotten through most of what we loved and hated of 2013, we have to look to the future in craft beer. What new beers styles will gain momentum? What about pairings? Other trends …
With the start of college basketball, we’d like you to share your All-American Allstar Style First Team and Second Team. Meaning two breweries you feel best represent the following styles: Stouts, IPAs, Sours, Non-Sour Barrel Aged, Experimentals (crazy creations). Sure there are more styles out there but we’ll start with these 5 to represent the five positions on the court.
When I think of November, I think of Thanksgiving. It’s an amazing holiday with family and food that every American can celebrate. It also has stereotypical traditions such as overeating before the leaner winter, Turkey, Football and Beer in the …
This week I asked the PorchDrinking staff about epic costumes for purely selfish I-don’t-have-a-costume-yet ideas. My prompt: “Halloween is at the end of the month and I’m in need of costume ideas. What’s the best Halloween costume you’ve ever worn …
The summer is drawing to a close; (Yes it is, denial won’t help). So, for this week’s staff Roundtable Discussion, I asked “what are the must-do beer-related events for the Fall”. Hopefully, either or staff or our PorchDrinking fans will be able to add to the list.
For this week’s Roundtable Discussion and in honor of the 4th of July Thursday, I asked the PorchDrinking staffers ‘What do you love about America?’ Many have a penchant for meats (of any kind), other food items and Big Bird. Do you agree with their answers?
A couple of acquaintances of mine decided to make their wedding reception interesting this summer, and they commissioned a custom beer worthy of their Colorado nuptials. This week I asked the PorchDrinking staff to be creative and play brew master to their own custom or fantasy beer; some even had their own event in mind. If you could be Master of the Brewniverse, what kind of beer would it be?
March Madness 2013 Update
Every year, the first and second rounds of March Madness bring some surprises and 2013 has started out no different. If you’re like me, your bracket looked a little busted Thursday and Friday. Social media erupted in waves of “Go (insert underdog team mascot here)”, as a few lower ranked teams made some unexpected wins. Go Bears! Woot!