This past weekend, our glorious nation was awash in green beer. I meanwhile found myself tasting a pink ale. Before you judge—hear me out. I was making my way through the grocery store, cart overflowing with jugs of milk, Goldfish
Young and a little rough. It shows promise. I look forward to trying it again in the future.
Wow. Just wow. We are not the only ones impressed with this big beer. After 880+ ratings, beer fiends have rated it 95 out of 100. It is 5.2% alcohol, and like so many other stouts, it tastes all the
We enjoyed Bell’s Two Hearted Ale, and we loved Bell’s Kalamazoo Stout and Special Double Cream Stout. And now it can be said—we also love Bell’s Expedition Stout. Some weeks back a neighbor who was brewing handed over a couple
When’s the last time you heard something good about Michigan? The Wolverines football team is dreadful, the auto industry has cratered, and yet another one of its politicians is going to jail. But, we are pleased to report something is
This was a fun find — a hard cider that is not treacly sweet. This USDA certified organic hard cider produced by Alamar Orchards of Flushing, Michigan. It was not cheap — Whole Foods charged over $5 for a 22