It’s February now. That means I survived Dry January, and I’m free to enjoy beer again. I’m not going to lie – I’m a lot more interested in wine at the moment, but cracking open a beer is a lot less of a commitment for me financially. To get me back into the swing of
It all began as a bit of whim. It was a cold Saturday and we had the day to ourselves with nothing we really had to accomplish, a rare treat for us. Shawna suggested that we head down to Godspeed Brewery and see how it’s changed since the last time we were there. We enjoyed
I’m working on a dry January. Not the full 31 days – I’m going until the 26th of the month, since I already have tickets to the 4th birthday party #bevy of the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies. But other than that, my January will be alcohol free, and I’ll probably stick with it
We can sometimes be a bit mean. It’s rare, but it does happen, especially when we get constantly spurned by a brand. One of those brands is Trafalgar. If you look at the related posts below you’ll see that we have yet to give them a glowing or even positive review. They always seemed to
Mazel Tov! You made it to the end of Chanukah! Kole and I almost burned down the house on Night 7, when the shamash broke off when I put it back in the menorah. Fortunately there was a spot for Night 8 free, so I didn’t have to risk a huge fire hazard. Close one.