Category: BFFs

There are a LOT of places where you can go to read beer reviews. Hell, I’ll probably link to a few of them myself once I get the old Blog Roll rollin’. So instead of an analytical review of a particular beer, I’m going to write about the experience. What was happening (in the wastelands of my mind or in the desert of the real) when I popped that particular cap. I mean, sure: I’ll tell you if I liked it or not. But beer is so damn subjective that, even if I had a competent, Cicerone-certified palate, your taste and experience of a certain beer could be vastly different. And we’d both be right! So if you’re looking for a clinical break down of beers, you won’t find it here. But if you want to pull up a stool and listen to this fool then give me your glass and let’s tear into that growler!

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7 Year Itch: A Fiction

I don’t know why I brought the bottle of beer into the cafe, I don’t know why I do anything anymore. I mean, in my mind the concept made sense but these days the...

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It’s About Time…

Life’s quest for truth & compatibility ultimately comes down to time. Will this add or subtract from my overall experience and do I have the time to find out? It’s About Time, a double...

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In Search of Humanity…

The first week of a new year is a string of days, like any other. Or is it? Often used as a time of reflection, these days can hold power, elevating them above their...

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The Long Road to Utopia…

Utopia: an imagined place or state of perfection. In my Utopia each beached piece of driftwood holds a tale within it twist and a treasure at its core. Utopia, a Dry Hopped Peach Sour...

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Searching for Pablo…

This beauty of a BFF is about a NE IPA named Pablo Esco Gnar, the second coming of a collaboration between two of British Columbia’s best Bedouin breweries: Superflux Beer Company and Boombox Brewing...

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Best Beer of Summer, 2018

This beer was a contributing factor to winning the S2SBG Award for Best Beer of the Summer. Dazy, a Double Hazy IPA by Russell Brewing. You may ask yourself, how could a beer be...

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A is for A-Frame and B is for Beer…

Close your eyes. Imagine yourself sitting in a well-made wooden chair, lakeside in the late afternoon.  The slats of the Adirondack are warm, releasing the sun they absorbed into your chore-worn muscles.  There’s a...