Tag Archives: brews

The ultimate merger of beer and bikes


Just when you’ve seen everything, you stumble across something wholly unexpected. In this case it is bike bars (a.k.a. pedal pubs, pedal cruisers, etc.). These pedal-powered mobile beer bars are starting to pop up in entertainment districts and venues across … Continue reading

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Now this is my kind of map!


Many thanks to my friend Tim for first reposting this map of craft breweries. If you love craft beers, this your map. Enjoy!  

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BEER – my current favorite brewski’s (UPDATED)


I enjoy a great tasting and refreshing beer and especially like finding new ones. My own taste buds tend to prefer traditional lagers, pilsners, reds, and wheat beers. I will drink pale ales and India Pale Ales, but prefer beers … Continue reading

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