Beer Review: Doppelgänger (Tree House Brewing)

Doppelgänger, the last of my series of Tree House beers to review, number five of the quintology…. ……or is it…. (dun dun dun!) Actually… no… in fact, its not going to be the last of the series, because I’ve also gotten to try Intemperance the other day, and I will be reviewing that as well, […]

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Beer Review: The Hog (Boneshire Brew Works)

This will be as much a review about The Hog by Boneshire Brew Works as it will be a review of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker……….. I kid…. I kid…. I promise I won’t get into Star Wars too much here (well, maybe until the end of the post). We’ll see how it goes, […]

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Beer Review: Colonization (Ghost 779) – Adroit Theory

Friday’s are great. The only day of the week that is half in the regular work week, and the other half is the beginning of the weekend. So what could possibly make Friday better? Taco day at work! Yep, it doesn’t get much better…except if said taco day had margaritas…or I had the day off. […]

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Beer Review: EBK – Gashadokuro (Ghost 782) – Adroit Theory

Let us get the pleasantries out of the way first: Adroit Theory is one of my most favorite breweries and I have yet to have a bad beer or experience from them. About now you’re expecting me to flip the script and say that EBK was the exception…but I’m not and I won’t. Still going […]

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Book Review: For the Love of Beer (Dr. Alison E. Feeney)

I got to pick up this book by Dr. Alison E. Feeney last Thursday at the Mid-Town Scholar ahead of her panel discussion (alongside Hannah Ison, Jeffrey Musselman, and Sara Bozich). You can read about that here: “For The Love of Beer – Panel Discussion“. It was a fun and entertaining (and informative) night at […]

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Two Beer Reviews: Pineapple Kolsch (Desperate Times Brewery) and Dry Irish Stout (Riverbend Hop Farm and Brewery)

I don’t care what anyone says, the one and only true thing that goes with a baseball game is — beer. And family (or friends). But, mostly, beer. Peanuts, cracker jacks, coke, etc, are all distant thirds and fourths compared to the above two. And luckily the Harrisburg Senators’ field – FNB Field – has […]

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