Hello friend, and happy spring! In case you missed it, Sunday, March 20 was the spring equinox, so spring has officially sprung. The equinox means that we’ll get a little more sunshine every day, meaning the eventual return of warmer weather and greener surroundings. Soon enough, the leaves will return to our barren trees, and plants will push up through the earth to be reborn. Before we know it, our beige and dusty Colorado landscapes […]
I’m just under 39,000 feet above you right now, Texas. And even though I won’t land for another hour or so, I still can’t get this one song about you out of my mind. It’s been playing on a loop inside my head for weeks…
Oh, hey friend! When we last caught up, summer was just around the corner and the pandemic seemed to be heading out for good. Time sure does fly, doesn’t it? Now summer is winding down and, sadly, COVID-19 isn’t. Damn. So how are things? We hope you’re having your version of a Hot Girl Summer, whatever that may look like for you.
Oh, Hello Hi friends, remember us? We know that it’s been quite a while since you last heard from us. 166 days to be exact, not that we were counting or anything. We’re sorry we’ve been out of touch for so long. It’s just that everything has been weird this past year, you know? Yeah, you know. It’s been a weird 12 months for everyone, so we’re sure you can understand. When things got especially […]
This is not a drill. Yuengling, America’s Oldest Brewery, and Molson Coors Beverage Company announced a long-term brewing partnership that will bring Yuengling’s beer to additional states out west and in New England. Yes, you heard that right: Yuengling is heading west. But what does this mean, and why should you care? Let’s take a look…
Hello September, it’s so wonderful to see you! This summer (which isn’t technically over yet, but we can pretend) has been one that we’re more than ready to put behind us. Between the pandemic, the civil unrest, and the wildfires, we spent most of the month at home, doomscrolling through the horrible news on our phones. Just the two of us. No exciting vacations. No fun beer festivals. We would say it was boring, but […]
Tonight at 6:05 p.m. Mountain Time, the Colorado Rockies will throw their first official pitch in Coors Field to kick off the 2020 season. We Love Opening Day at Coors Field For most of the last decade, we’ve considered at the Rockies Home Opener as a bit of a holiday. Usually, the game falls on a Friday afternoon in early April. We both take the day off work and take the Light Rail down to […]
Hello, friends. Remember us? It’s been awfully quiet here on our little corner of the internet. Has it really been two months? To be clear, we didn’t plan on taking a break. But with so much happening, it seemed like a good idea to take a big step back and accept the unexpected sabbatical. Besides, there are just some things in life more important than beer. Like health, safety, equality, and justice. You know, all […]
The announcement we all expected but nobody wanted to hear arrived today. The Brewer’s Association has confirmed that the 2020 Great American Beer Festival (GABF) will take place online. The event, which was scheduled for September 24-26 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, will now be a virtual event held October 16-17.
It’s Friday, and we’re counting down the hours until our work week comes to an end. We’re big fans of celebrating the end of the week with a Friday happy hour, where we can raise a few pints to toast the start of the weekend. If not for the pandemic we would already be making plans for where to grab a drink tonight. Most likely it would be a short conversation, and we’d quickly agree […]
The Colorado Brewers Guild (CBG) is celebrating their 25 “beerthday” this weekend, and you’re invited to the party!