This Brewery Personality Is ‘Not Hiding Anymore‘

“Addie” from Santa Fe Brewing

Rising to the top of my favorite beer personalities on TikTok/Instagram is Santa Fe Brewing’s “Addie” aka @dirtyspice.

She has a unique energy unmatched in the Beer Tok and brewery promoting space.

Keep it up, Santa Fe Brewing! I don’t know if I’ll ever have a chance to have your beer but I love watching Addie’s creative promotion of it.

It Took A Wordle Buyout For You Beer Pricks To Feel It

Wordle image credit to Josh Wardell

Just stopping to notice something about a certain group of Beer Twitter people.

The people that made fun of us Indie Beer supporters being upset at our favorite breweries getting bought-out. The people that trashed us and the Craft Beer movement.

I see many of those people getting upset about New York Times buying out Wordle. Fearing that New York Times will exploit the wholesomeness of the game app.

Well well well. Now you finally get how we feel. It just took a word game app instead of a brewery buyout, to do it.

Drinking Session: Rams vs Niners, Edition

“60 Days In Hell” from There Does Not Exist Brewing

This is the start of a (hopefully) series on the blog where I summarize a drinking session I have.

This one is the NFC Championship game between the San Francisco 49ers and my Los Angeles Rams.

BEERS

  • 60 Days In Hell from There Does Not Exist Brewing (San Luis Obispo, CA). Helles Lager. 4.7%.
  • Cosmic Gumbo from New Glory Brewing (Sacramento, CA). Pale Ale. 5.5%.
  • Nelson’s Revenge from Revision Brewing (Sparks, NV). DIPA. 9 %.

BY THE NUMBERS

3:30 | Start time

3 | Amount of beers

2 | Different slasas

30 | Corns chips eaten

6-8 | Mixed olives eaten

4.5 | Highest rating of the three beers (60 Days In Hell).

1 | Buzzes acquired

20-17 | Final score. Rams defeat the 49ers to win the NFC and the right to play in the S*%#r Bowl. 🎉

8:30 | Stop time

Session over. Time to take a little break and begin another one. 🍻✌️

Lager Life Can Move Pretty Fast

Tioga Sequoia’s Bridalveil Lager

Yes, beer industry people love Lagers. Straight up beer drinkers love Lagers. And I think Lagers are good. Cool. Fine.

They are “easy to drink”, aren’t they? That is a good thing…except when it is not:

Lagers go away too fast!

I just drank the Bridalveil Lager above, from Tioga Sequoia Brewing, and it is gone REALLY damn quickly. Way faster than when I have an IPA. That kinda sucks, yeah?!

Maybe I just have a drinking problem.