Dog owners know the drudgery of trying to find dog-friendly taprooms and beer gardens. Add the current COVID restrictions, especially the rules about serving food, and the effort becomes quite a chore for breweries to keep up to date. As a new dog owner, it became very evident that there
It’s been said you can find beauty right in your own backyard. Today’s Seven Question Beer Sunday guest, Colleen from @travelikealocalma, knows all about this backyard beauty we seek. If you like all things Massachusetts, breweries included, and with random stops in Vermont (there is a reason) then stop what
We all know who @beerselfie is on the socials. Ya know, take a selfie, add the tag, and hope you get featured. Keith, the person behind the scenes, with nearly 70,000 followers on the gram, is doing it right by pushing that community needle way forward! I’ve always enjoyed scanning
Massachusetts Beer Week is upon us! Day #1 had a successful trip to Sterling Street Brewery in Clinton, and then a big slide west to my ‘ol hood visiting Oakholm in Brookfield and Altruist in Sturbridge. Where will you be heading today? Speaking of Massachusetts, Mike Patterson of Somerville, MA,
This week’s Seven Question Beer Sunday is from @sicilianbeerkitten (aka Francesca) and @bostonbeerjournal (aka Zack). Francesca is a fiery and feisty west coast girl. She’s smart, she works out, she’s gorgeous, and she loves beer! Win-Win in my book! She’s not shy and I would say her camera doesn’t think
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.
It’s the beginning of the week and I need to stock up on some frothy goodness. Time to stop in at one of the largest liquor stores in all of Massachusetts, Yankee Spirits in Sturbridge, MA! Years ago, around 2005, I was once a part time employee of this establishment.