The beer we have
- The Whale
- That IPA
- Rutherford B. Haze
- Stout Affective Disorder
- Singularity (El Dorado)
- Seasonal Creep (Smoke)
- Bob NYS Double IPA
Tomorrow’s cask: ABV with Galaxy hops
The sizes in which you can drink the beer we have
First, there was the growler. 64 ounces of beery goodness. Then came the half growler, in case you only wanted 32. In December, the pint! 16 glorious ounces to be consumed at the brewery.
And today: the 4 ounce sample. Want to make a flight? Create your own, as big or small as you want, for $2 each ($3 for higher abv beers).
“What about the free samples you’ve always given out?” Glad you asked, Convenient Straw Man! Free samples have, and always will be, available. But they’re more meant for trying a sip or two of something before you order a pint or a growler. Don’t feel shy about asking for them! If you’d like a little more, to sit down and actually try a small amount of quite a few? That’s where the samples come in.
See, the cask less traveled -> the road less traveled -> Walt Whitman -> Whitman Sampler -> we have samples now.
What else we’ve been up to
- DIY beer festivals: the six pack club, the first in a series of posts I have planned about ways to try lots of beer with your friends.
Other nifty beer things
Craft Beer Weekend on The Edge is over: did you win any beer?
Beer science – chilling beer quickly, this week’s Sunday read
We’ve talked about Vexillology before, but here’sa TED talk with 99% Invisible’s Roman Mars talking about the good (and bad) designs of flags.
I know you need a video of a goat doing backflips off of other goats: