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What We’re Drinking | June 2, 2017June 2, 2017 | Danele Bova
What, did you think it was only Thursday? Oh, the glory of a 4 day work week. PorchDrinkers around the country imbibed in some delicious brews over Memorial Day Weekend. Check out What We’re Drinking this week.
What We’re Drinking | April 5, 2017April 7, 2017 | Danele Bova
This is no trick… What We’re Drinking is back again bringing you a week’s worth of delicious brews!
What We’re Drinking | December 16th, 2016December 16, 2016 | Danele Bova
Each year, December signifies the end of a chapter. People tend to reflect on what has happened over the past 12 months, and how they plan to change for the upcoming new year. But here at PorchDrinking we like to reflect back each week on What We’re Drinking.
Weekly Growler Fill | National Beer News RoundupDecember 29, 2015 | Chelsea Mitchell 1
Breckenridge bought by AB InBev, Founders expands to Southern Cali, and Rogue Farms closes due to flooding. These are just a few of the breaking beer news stories you need to know. Keep reading to find out more with this edition of the Weekly Growler Fill.
Ultimate 6er | Halloween Beer CostumesOctober 21, 2015 | Niel Stender 2
When I was a child, growing up in suburban New Jersey, there was a Halloween costume contest every year at the park around the corner from our house. The process involved walking around in a circle, with other eager trick-or-treaters, so the judges could get a load of everyone’s gear. The winner for each category received a $2 bill, exciting stuff for a 6-year-old in *cough cough* 1986. I am proud to say I won this contest for one category or another several times. Now that I’m an “adult” I’ll go out on a limb and wager it may have been rigged since my mom was the mayor of our town. But that’s not the point.
Ultimate 6er | Robert Burns NightJanuary 21, 2015 | Kevin Risner
Photo Credit: http://www.robertburns.org.uk
Next Sunday is the late, great Robert Burns’s birthday. For those who are not familiar with Burns, he was a well-known Scottish poet from the 18th century, considered the national poet of that fair land. Most people know about one of his many poems titled Auld Lang Syne, a little song we all sing tipsily around the New Year. Apart from that small element of Hogmanay, there are others who commemorate his life and his poetry by celebrating his birthdate every January 25. Robert Burns Night dinners have been popular events for many years now: parties that are not wanting in scotch, bagpipers, poetry readings, haggis, neaps, and tatties. In my experience, festival-goers will most likely find themselves at a brewery where there is a fresh tapping of a scotch ale, or more than one! Therefore, what better way to commemorate our dear friend Robbie than with a few of the best scotch ales out there*? Read More
Ultimate 6er | Breaking New Year’s ResolutionsJanuary 14, 2015 | Niel Stender
Ahh, January, the month of New Year resolutions made to be broken. Especially gloriously vague exclamations like “I’m going to exercise more!” This just means you don’t already exercise … Read More