Etsy Store: It’s Live!

“Ladies and gentlemen, can I please have your attention. I’ve just been handed an urgent and horrifying news story. I need all of you to stop what you’re doing and listen … … ETSY STORE!” – Ron Burgundy OK, this isn’t a horrifying announcement at all (I hope). It’s great fun! Ron Burgundy and I couldn’t be happier to announce that I am officially selling prints of … Continue reading Etsy Store: It’s Live!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

In honor of my second-favorite holiday (Halloween is first), Matt and I brewed a traditional dry Irish stout that we named “Lucky Ewe.” (Haaaaahahah, see what we did there?!) In the past we’ve brewed a few iterations of an Irish red ale, but decided to switch it up this year to try something darker and roastier. Lucky Ewe came out with some really nice coffee and … Continue reading Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Style Study: Dry Stout

  I’m kicking off November’s posts with a new series I’m dubbing “Style Study.” And, since this past Thursday was International Stout Day, I’ve decided to start with stouts. According to the BJCP, there are six types of stouts (although, this is apparently about to change–see the first draft of the new guidelines here); Dry, Sweet, Oatmeal, American, Foreign Extra, and Russian Imperial. I’ll be starting … Continue reading Style Study: Dry Stout