Why Are Beers So Easy To Zoom?

Besides sucking the life out of your phone’s battery faster than a bro downing a Coors Light through a beer funnel, Zoom calls promote sucking down beers at a faster rate than I can understand.

I sucked the above Urban Roots “Guys Gals & Non-Binary Pals” hazy pales ALL down during yesterday’s Perfect Pour Listener Friday Night Zoom Party, with ease.

There is some sort of Internet wizardry happening. Further investigations of this phenomenon are needed.

Beer Art: “Label Buy: Batch 1”

Craft beer changes so much, at least when it comes to can releases. It’s easy for a beer to get released and forgotten about very quickly. Even though, tons of work went into that beer, including the label art.

So I’m starting a series on the blog, remembering cool label art I have come¬†across, with maybe a few thrown in that I have not acquired yet but would love to have a chance to “label buy” someday – labels I’m Looking Out For, if ya will.

Please enjoy the first round of a brief collection of recent labels I have come across and love.

All of these are can rolling approved.

From Tioga Sequoia Brewing “Hop Fuzz”, Brut style¬†IPA:

This one I actually drank. It’s an excellent Brut IPA and a nice refreshing change from the hoppier stuff I was having that night. A good pallet cleanser.

Tioga is out of Fresno and can be found all across Central California. But “Hop Fuzz” may be limited to what the brewery has on-hand; It’s a trader.
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