Since hearing and seeing stories such as this NPR feature on Colorado microbreweries, I knew that I needed to see this business for myself. For the first several days in Colorado, we only drank six packs from the stores or sampled restaurant beer in passing. Friday, however, we made our way to Fort Collins, home
I will say up front that none of my photos captured any magic orbs. HOWEVER, the tour of the Stanley hotel up here in Estes Park, Colorado was not too long, not too short, and full of fun stories of both the spooky and the historical. It also inspired fascinating lines of thought and conversation.
So far this blog has been mostly health and mostly rarely hedonism. That, my friends, is truly sinful. Therefore, I am introducing a new bit on the blog pairing two marvelous parts of my life: books and brews. Our first pairing will be Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood and Rogue Brewery’s Dead Guy Ale. First,
PSMF is not the most sustainable of diets and even though I haven’t been a total saint in my faithfulness to it over the last week or so, I have logged at least six out of nine days with absolutely no cheating. For someone who has never gone more than two days on any sort
Oh, the joys of being near my former University stomping grounds with an emphasis in global affairs and having a sister-in-law who pays attention to what’s going on there. We were fortunate enough today to meet Leymah Gbowee, hear her speak and buy a copy of her book for her to sign. I’m already on
I just sat down with a Poleeko Gold Pale Ale from Anderson Valley Brewing Company to finish reading “Fermenting Revolution” by Christopher O’Brien. What have I learned from this book? Well let me tell you. First, I had no idea that Lost Coast had two women brewers in charge! So AWESOME! Their names are Barbara