Everything else discussed on the porch.
Hello everyone! Welcome to another week’s addition of Beerstagram. It’s hard to believe we are already into the last week of the February. I had a hard time narrowing down the choices again this time, you all just take such nice photos of beer. Congrats to you! See you again back here next week. Cheers!
Header courtesy of Mr. B’s Wine & Spirits
When new or traveling to a city, it’s always important to get a lay of the land. Whether it’s finding a solid general practitioner, a good mechanic, a trustworthy dentist or your go-to for Taco Tuesdays, establishing your go-to’s for the most important aspects of your life can be a taxing ordeal.
Luckily if you’re in need of a solid liquor store or bottle shop in Denver, PorchDrinking has you covered. Our Denver team recently rounded up their favorite bottle shops in the Denver metro area, which includes several nearby suburb areas of Aurora, Wheat Ridge, Parker, and Highlands Ranch.
The 89th Academy Awards are this weekend! And to make the awards festivities a little more interesting, PorchDrinking.com brings you a set of 2017 Oscars Bingo Boards for your interactive drinking enjoyment.
Featured image courtesy of Levante Brewing Company
Located in West Chester, Pennslyvania (the western suburbs of Philadelphia), Levante Brewing Company has developed a great local following. True to their founders’ Italian and Mediterranean roots, the brewers of Levante believe that high-quality ingredients are one of the keys to great beer. Brewing on a 15bbl production system and a smaller pilot system, they create a great variety of beers with a focus on very high quality.
Did you have a love-filled beer-filled week? This week we have a nice selection of Beerstagrams for you. It looks like you all have been drinking well this past week. Nice work! Be sure to keep tagging us @porchdrinkingco on Instagram. Cheers!
As a Minnesota native, I’ve become particularly accustomed to how passionate the craft beer community has become in the land of 10,000 lakes. One tradition that I’ve found to be so interesting about Minnesota’s craft beer scene is how intertwined bike culture is with the local breweries, especially with those in the ever-vibrant northeast area of Minneapolis. From bike racks and custom jerseys, to sponsored bike races and cycling-inspired beers, bicycling has become of an integral part of the Minneapolis craft beer scene. Here is a look at how two Minneapolis craft beer favorites have embraced this unique partnership.
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Hey everybody! How is February going for you so far? This week’s Beerstagram is looking mighty fine. There were a lot of great shots to choose from this week. Also, I’m looking forward to what you are all going to be drinking for Valentine’s Day next week. Any chocolate beers or beer pairings planned? Can’t wait to see them! Be sure to tag us @porchdrinkingco to be featured. Cheers!
As a kid, you were always told, “No dessert until you finish your dinner.” If you were like me, you’d push around your broccoli and then wait for the dog to walk by, or hide the leafy greens under a rug as you eyed the chocolate cake sitting on the table.
But, now you are an adult. You get to decide if you want to finish your plate of steamed vegetables. And even better, you can have cookies and ice cream for breakfast if you choose. Even better, if you want to have beer for dessert, you could totally do that too!
It’s time once again for PorchDrinking’s 2017 Super Bowl 51 Bingo Cards. In addition to the entertainment of seeing who can inhale the most combinations of cheese dips in one sitting, we’ve created bingo boards for your party-goers’ enjoyment. Each square should be crossed off as they occur. And sure since this is PorchDrinking, take a drink each time you cross off a square.
Welcome to February! It’s supposedly the month of love, right? Or at least it’s the proper month for Stouts! It looks like this month is off to a pretty good start from the looks of this week’s Beerstagram shots! Be sure to keep tagging us @porchdrinkingco for your chance to be featured! Until next week, cheers!
Award season is upon us. We are a couple weeks removed from the Golden Globes, and the Academy Award Nominations were just announced. 2016 was an amazing year for music in movies. From the awards-darling La La Land (nominated for a record tying 14 Oscars), to the uber charming and my favorite movie of the year Sing Street, the movies of 2016 produced some extremely streamable music.
If you haven’t heard, there’s a big football game on Sunday. (Dear Roger Goodell, I will adhere to licensing rights and avoid using the name of said game, but I think the game will be super!) Let’s face it, for most of us whose teams failed to make it this far, the game featuring New England and Atlanta is secondary to the food, our squares, the commercials, and of course the beer.
So, for those of you rooting for the Falcons, here are six ATL brews that pay homage to the Peach State’s Dirty Birds.
As Atlanta heats up in advance of this Sunday’s big match-up in Houston, everyone in the city is catching Falcons Fever. The affectionately nicknamed Dirty Birds head to the game for only the second time in the storied 51-year history of the Big Game and the city is convinced this is the year the Falcons will bring the iconic Lombardi Trophy home.
Happy Friday! Whew what a week, how did it go for you Beerstagram fans? This past week I heard January referred to as the “Monday of months” and I couldn’t agree more, but now it is winding down and February is right around the corner. Enjoy the last few days of the month and be sure to enjoy something tasty this weekend, friends. Cheers!
Utah’s own 2 Row Brewing just released two highly anticipated beverages to the eager public. The first is a follow up to their recently heralded venture into the hazy IPA game. The second is possibly the highest ABV beer made in our state by a production brewery.
We’ve created the Ultimate 6er of libations to enjoy before heading to your local Alamo Drafthouse to viddy A Clockwork Orange on February 21, 2017.
Oh, hey! How is it going this week Beerstagram lovers?! I seemed to have rounded up a few images this week that have animals in the them, look how cute that Icelandic horse is and the Jack Russel Terrier. Awww… it’s fun to see animals enjoying the company of a craft beer drinker. Until we meet again next week–cheers!
As Chiefs fans continue to complain about officiating and Cowboys fans wait yet “another year,” it is time for the rest of the country to gear-up for the NFL Championship games. The Green Bay Packers take their cheese-loving selves to Atlanta to face the “Dirty Bird” Falcons while the Steelers will be waving their terrible towels at Gillette Stadium against the Patriots. To celebrate the championship games I have built the Ultimate 6er showcasing some of the best beers that represent these sports town cities. Included are two brews that will keep us looking forward to the Super Bowl and into next season.
Featured Image from Pixabay.com
My girlfriend Laina and I have been together for more than three years. We live together, have a child together, and love each other a lot. It’s not all rainbows and unicorns, though. Just like in most relationships, disagreements arise. Our fifth-largest bone of contention is control of the car stereo. In my car we listen to brilliant podcasts. My girlfriend’s car stereo is almost always tuned to the country station.