Monthly Archives: March 2005

Google 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 sick; you can read about it on my other blog.

Light 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 keep watching.

The Brew Site as a news source on Beer Drinkers United

Not really sure when it happened, but I noticed a site called Clan Beer Drinkers United showing up in my referrer logs today. I went to check it out—it appears to be a community gaming site themed around beer—and found that they’re using my blog here as a news source. Interesting! Not that I mind, of course, they’re simply publishing headlines and links back to my recent posts. Works for me. Although it seems there … Continue reading →

Samuel 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 the similarities to beer ended their. The distinctive strong burnt raisin aftertaste is a bit much for me. The best part was definitely the aroma, … Continue reading →

Press Release: Full Sail Brewing Rolls Out New Package Design

Full Sail Brewing Company announces the release of its new product packaging that will hit retail shelves in mid-March. "We changed the packaging to better reflect the culture of our brand," said Irene Firmat, Full Sail’s founder and CEO. "As an independent employee owned company located in an extraordinary place, we wanted to convey a message of creativity and craftsmanship. Although our look has changed on the outside, inside you’ll find the same great tasting … Continue reading →