What We’re Drinking
I don’t know about you, but the only thing the people I know are talking about is the newest season of Stranger Things. Don’t worry, I won’t spoil it but you should probably stop reading this and binge. Here’s what some of our writers have been sipping on while debating what the post-credit scene meant.
I’m not hungover, you’re hungover. America had a mean beer selection at her birthday bash yesterday, and if you partook in the celebration, you might be feeling a little fuzzy today like me. Between fire trucks blaring their sirens–racing to put out a dozen fires from the idiots in the world who still haven’t caught on to the fact that fireworks are flammable–and dogs barking at the constant explosions, I didn’t get a whole lotta sleep.
Nevertheless, it’s Friday, and it’s a beautiful day for a beer, right? If you have to work today, I feel your pain. If you’re off, all the more reason to start day drinking. And we’ve got a helluva list of beers to get you started in this week’s What We’re Drinking.
Summer is in full swing and for me so far, the highlight has been the Women’s World Cup games. I’ve been on the edge of my seat watching some of the most talented women in the world compete in the quadrennial matches, always with a craft beer in hand. The U.S. Women’s National Team plays today in a do-or-die match against France, here are some recommendations from your PorchDrinking team what to imbibe while cheering on the #1 team in the world in this week’s What We’re Drinking.
Today is officially the first day of summer! With summer comes a multitude of fun activities, most being in the great outdoors. One activity many craft beer enthusiasts are gearing up for is beer festival season. Get out there and have some delicious beers and remember to stay hydrated! This is What’re Drinking.
This weekend, we celebrate all the craft-beer-drinking dads out there. We celebrate the non-craft-beer-drinking dads out there too, sorta, but they’re probably not reading this, so whatever. As a father myself, my favorite thing about Father’s Day is spending the afternoon doing what I love the most: not being bothered. It’s true that on any old weekend, I could mow the lawn into nice, crispy lines, throw some meat on the grill and crack open a cold brewski. But on Father’s Day, I get to do all of that without anyone hassling me.
Anyway, the PorchDrinking team has been out and enjoying this fantastic weather! Fantastic of course being relative, and assuming you haven’t been in Colorado for the past two months. Where’s the goddamn sun? Anyway, the crew’s got some fantastic brews for you to consider sharing with dear old dad this weekend in this week’s What We’re Drinking.
School is out, and that means summer is here! As you can see, your PorchDrinking team is enjoying the outdoors before the heat of the summer officially sets in. Check out our list of delicious craft beers to pair with your time enjoying the weather in this week’s What We’re Drinking.
Another week in the books. Tons of sports ball happenings. How about them Warriors, eh??
In beer happenings…no big buy-outs, more pastry stouts, tons of DDH trüb IPAs, and not nearly enough craft lagers. Luckily summer is upon us, maybe we’ll get more crispy bois (hint hint, brewers).
So anyways, here’s What We’re Drinking:
Man, this year is just flying by! I don’t know if it’s ’cause “we’re having fun” or ’cause we’ve all been so busy, but damn…here we are–May 17! Our team has been busy little bees churning out amazing content and breaking news like the Boston Beer and Dogfish Merger, all while tending to their full-time jobs, families and friends. I think that deserves a beer, or three and that is what we did! Sit back and check out how we rewarded ourselves for kicking ass–here is what we’re drinking!
It only seems like yesterday that we were toasting to the new year, but here it is May, and festival season is in full swing. Between making pretzel necklaces, and trying to wrap our heads around the Dogfish Head/Boston Beer buyout, we had a lot of tasty beers this week. Here are a handful:
Between avoiding spoilers for Game of Thrones and Avengers Endgame, and then being stressed out watching the battle scenes in both movies, (assuming you could see the Battle of Winterfell), it’s been one exausting week. Hopefully you have recovered from both and another weekend is upon us. Here is an impressive lineup of craft beers to try courtesy of your PorchDrinking team in this week’s What We’re Drinking.
I may or may not have watched Beyoncé’s Coachella performance that premiered on Netflix multiple times. I can’t help it, she was incredible. The band and dancers were unbelievable. I can’t imagine how awesome that must have been live. We also learn that her discipline to prepare did not include beer, which makes sense even though that brings a tear to every craft beer lover’s eye. It’s okay Queen B, we have been drinking for you. Turns out myself and the PorchDrinkers are not preparing for a huge music festival performance, so bring on the beers in this weeks What We’re Drinking.
It’s been a busy start to spring, and our staff has been equally as busy attending the Craft Brewers Conference, family events, beer festivals and so much more. I really can’t believe we are already in mid-April–where did the time go?! Get comfy and see what we’re drinking!
From National Beer Day to the Craft Brewers Conference in Denver, it’s been a big week for craft beer. This was my first year to attend CBC, and if you are in the industry, this is a must do event. I learned so much and met so many great folks, not to mention all the new beers I sampled. Now that we are all back home, recovering from a beer filled week, here are some ideas for your relaxing weekend in this week’s What We’re Drinking.
I really miss out on the drastic changes spring delivers in contrast to winter because of my location. But I have beer to reel me in to the spring vibes. It’s been pretty wild first quarter of the year, and I don’t know about you, but I am ready for the warmer weather. Here are a few beers from our PorchDrinking family to help ease you into the season.
As we bid farewell to March and hello to April, we here at PorchDrinking have had our hands full with some amazing events, vacation, bad weather and lots more. Nothing soothes the soul of a craft beer blogger more than a craft beer…am I wrong?! Oh, and happy opening day to all! Here’s what we’re drinking–play ball!
You guys, we made it!! The clocks have sprung forward and I think I am finally getting used to the “time change.” Today I walked our puppers in flip flops–yes, flip flops!! Thank you spring for raining down sunshine instead of water in the Bay Area!! Sadly, the whole country isn’t sharing these feelings as Colorado is dealing with a literal blizzard! Where ever you are, be safe this weekend as many people around the States celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with copious amounts of green beer (or Irish beer) and corned beef. Grab a cold one, or Pedialyte, and see what we’re drinking.
This is the best time! The days are getting longer and I get some daylight when I get home from work, which makes me feel like my day isn’t shot in the dark… literally! I can’t wait to change these clocks forward. If the days feel like they are going by quickly, buckle up because they are about to speed up. It gets super busy where I live around this time. I don’t blame people for wanting to ditch their socks for sandals. Florida is a great place to warm up and enjoy a cold brew. I’ll make sure to stock up on beer for any friends or family that come in from up north to thaw out and relax here. We are working on a nice variety in this week’s What We’re Drinking.
Where did the time go?! How is it already March?! I’m always the one that forgets February is a “short” month (28 versus 30 days) so I totally forgot to throw our article together and here we are – Saturday! I promise to do better guys but today is my Thursday (yay Industry week) so I am now off to provide tours of the brewery where I work. Grab a cold beer and see what we’re drinking.
This week kicked off with a long weekend for most of us, and I spent mine exploring Napa Valley for the first time. This of course included a trip to Russian River Brewing Company in time for the last Pliny the Younger release. However you spent your holiday, another weekend is upon us, so grab a cold craft beer and enjoy your time off. Here are a few ideas from your PorchDrinking family in this week’s What We’re Drinking.
The heart of February means showering those with whom you love affection…and beer, right? Of course, it also means enduring the last few weeks of cold and snow, unless you happen to be in Arizona enjoying Arizona Craft Beer Week. …