roundtable-discussion Archives – PorchDrinking.com
Hard seltzer has been around for a few years but it has seen huge growth in the last year. The combo of relatively low carbs and alcohol, assortment of inoffensive flavors and lack of gluten appeals to a broad audience. In a similar format to our last roundtable discussion about the best beers of summer 2019, I checked in with a few craft beer enthusiasts to get their take on hard seltzer.
To celebrate National Cheese Day (wait … no one else is celebrating?!) on Jan. 20, we asked the PD Staff for their favorite beer and cheese pairings. Pretty soon everyone got hungry and made a quick trip to the grocery store to stock up on the real essentials. We’d love to hear from you. Add your recommendations in the comments.
The PorchDrinking staff put the beer news aside for a second and got real together! We revisited last year’s roundtable and shared what we’re thankful for this past year. Find out how sappy the staff really is.
Who needs a haunted house? Our PorchDrinking staff prepares to get spooked by remembering some of their scariest memories from Halloweens past.
Ever wish you could pull a Back to the Future move and tell your 21-year-old self a few things? We asked the PorchDrinking staff to tell us what advice they would give a younger version of themselves. The answers ranged from words of wisdom to a specific day in time that they may want to avoid.
It’s PorchDrinking.com’s second birthday! What better gift for PorchDrinkers than beer! We asked our staffers what they would put on their birthday beer wish list. Friends and family, take note!
I’d ask for a plethora of beers …
Cinco de Mayo is this Monday, so I asked our PorchDrinking team what their favorite Mexican beers are. The conversation quickly turned from the usual suspects (i.e. Tecate, Modelo, Corona, etc.) to some unexpected and definitely fiesta-worthy craft beers.
As spring seems to have finally begun to sprung, many much-loved dark beers are becoming harder to come by in favor of the more seasonal ales. But sometimes, one may be fortunate enough to stumble across a holdover from winter. …
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.
For those inclined to the sport of basketball (or basketsball for you New Girl fans), this is arguably the most wonderful time of the year.
So, in the spirit of the season, we asked staffers what their favorite thing about March Madness is.
The weekend really got away from me, as long weekends are wont to do. In that spirit, we asked our PorchDrinkers, “What is your favorite thing to do on a Sunday, and what beer do you drink while doing it?”
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 …
“We are sorry for your loss.” That loss being beer that is no longer on the market or being produced. Chances are our parents and grandparents know that loss better than we do, but some of us know what it’s like to love certain beers and then lose them. Here is a list of some that we miss.
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.