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.
Mazel Tov, you’ve made it through 7 nights of Chanukah without burning the house down. You deserve a reward – and that reward should be Omnipollo‘s boozy Prodromus, a super strong and delicious 10.5% ABV stout. Flavoured with graham crackers and chocolate chunk caramel bars, this is a dessert in a glass. A treat. You
Well, I had a wonderfully written post. And our server ate it. I’m trying this again, but there is no way it will match the brilliance I originally wrote. Night 6 of the #8BeersOfChanukah is Fruit Helmet, a collaboration between Bellwoods Brewery (Hafis Rd location) and rogue gypsy brewer, Evil Twin, hailing from Denmark and
Night 5 already. I’ve put on a pound or two from the latkes, and lets face it, from this marathon of beer. I’m quiet for months at a time, and now I’m in the middle of my annual #8BeersOfChanukah craziness. Normally we write about Ontario produced beer. But this is Chanukah so I break the
Night 4. The pants are getting a wee bit tighter thanks to all the latkes. I’ve almost burned the house down a few times lighting the Menorah – I never think to clean out the years of wax buildup, and those first few nights are rough on the old bugger. Kole was actually around for