It’s Seven Question Beer Sunday (Part 5) and today’s edition features replies from @christina_hazyboyapparel and her beer partner in crime, @all_hail_the_haze (aka Reed). I’ve been to Texas 3 or 4 times, where they both live, but I only know them thru our Insta pages. Seems they both enjoy beers from
Welcome to Part 4 of Seven Question Beer Sunday. Today’s edition features replies from @bostonbeerhunter (aka Scott) and @bostonbeerprincess (aka Bailey). I have had the privilege to meet both a few years ago. Scott has been kind of enough to invite me to several brewery events he has organized. Bailey
Welcome to Part 3 of Seven Question Beer Sunday. Today’s edition features replies from @beer_shark (aka Keith) and @bostonbeergirl_ej (aka Erika). Keith has a very large social presence with almost 12k followers. If you have ever seen a post on the ‘gram of a beer with a toy shark, that’s
It’s another weekend and Part 2 of Seven Question Beer Sunday features replies from @nehopgirl & @commonmanbrewreview. I have only known Common Man (aka Adam) as of this year and we recently met at Oakholm Brewing in Brookfield, MA. NE Hop Girl (aka Shelly) and I have tipped back many beers together
Today is the day! Making its debut is my new segment, Seven Question Beer Sunday (Part 1). If this is new news to you, read my prior blog post before you read this one. Look for next week’s responses (Part 2) from @nehopgirl & @commonmanbrewreview. So without further delay, here
The year 2020 will definitely be a year most will want to forget! COVID-19 has certainly been difficult for everyone and for many reasons. My memory races all the way back to a mid-’70s fuel shortage to remotely come close in comparison to what we are experiencing today. As with
The area of Sturbridge Massachusetts has a lot of appeal. Especially if you like narrow country back roads, quiet communities, and a public mid-1800s living museum. Brookfield, Massachusetts which is the neighboring town to the north, is armed with an amazing amount of history as well as scenic trails, rivers
2018 will undeniably be a pivotal year for the beer community in Massachusetts. 23 breweries opened their doors for the first time and a lot more will follow in 2019. Helping define the Masshole beer culture thru words, via Twitter & Instagram are Ryan, Tyler, Erika, Kelsea, and yours truly.