April 25th, 2013

Perogies and Beer in the Prairies

IMG_1231 While Spring is making its way slowly to most parts of our dear country, it seems exceptionally slow in Saskatchewan, where they have received record amounts of snowfall, the snow dumps are all full, so 4 foot drifts dominate the residential landscape. Read the rest...
April 8th, 2013

Drinking Beer in L.A.

BottlRckt2 I was lucky enough recently to escape the the doldrums of a cool, late Spring by flying to L.A. on business. This of course lent itself immediately to the prospects of beer hunting in a city that has only in recent years embraced the craft beer revolution. Read the rest...

Belgian Styles Abound

quebeers It is amazing these days how many breweries outside of Belgium are making Belgian style beers. Not only because the Belgians have perhaps the greatest variety of styles than any other country, but the quality of their products is nothing less than legendary. Read the rest...
April 7th, 2013

Big Alberta Beer Bars

IMG_1385 The beer scene in Alberta sure is changing. Aside from a few visionaries, like Wild Rose Brewing in Calgary and Alley Kat in Edmonton, who have been brewing for 20 years, the rise of craft beer in this province has been very slow. Read the rest...