UncategorizedGoogle results for Molson Kick…

Not quite sure how, but my post about Molson Kick is now the number one result in Google for anyone searching it. I’m not sure I’ve ever been the number one result for anything this prominent before. Should be interesting. Incidentally, I haven’t posted in a while because I’ve been … Continue reading

UncategorizedLight posting

Apologies for the light posting this week. Between being swamped at work, sick family at home, and myself being sick yesterday and today (I actually left work early this morning and crashed at home most of the day), I just haven’t had the time/energy to post. But I will, so … Continue reading

UncategorizedSamuel Adams Triple Bock

On Tap has a review of Samuel Adams Triple Bock this morning. Not very favorable, but the beer sure sounds different. Upon first inspection it’s dark color was reminiscent of raisin juice, and it smelled of fermented raisins and maple syrup. Upon tasting, it had the sweetness of barleywine, but … Continue reading

BreweriesWhat happened to British pubs?

Another link from Rob: What happened to British pubs asks Bill Bryson. Bill Bryson, the bestselling travel writer, has lamented the decline of the traditional British pub, most of which, he says, have had classic old interiors ripped out and been turned into "run-of-the-mill bistros" Bryson believes that pubs are … Continue reading

UncategorizedMicroscopic beer shots

From Rob at A Welsh View comes this link to Beer Shots: Microscopic views of beers from around the world. Not only are the pictures amazing, but I’m amazed at the sheer number and geographic range of beers they present.

EventsHappy St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patty’s Day for all you beer drinkers out there (non-beer drinkers too)! Grab a Guinness and enjoy it. And I’ve even got a link to share: Celebrating St. Paddy’s Day. According to that article, among other things, there are currently 376 breweries in the United States. And on … Continue reading


The Number One most important thing in homebrewing is sanitation. You can do almost everything else wrong and as long as your sanitation is good, you can still have a drinkable beer. You need to be religious about keeping everything clean. This point is reinforced in this article: Both Tinsen … Continue reading

UncategorizedMolson Kick

Molson unveils new lager with a different type of kick – caffeine: Molson Canada announced Sunday that you’ll soon be able to buy a beer with a different kind of kick – caffeine. Molson Kick is a lager that will contain guarana, a South American plant that’s a natural source … Continue reading