בדרך כלל , אני נוטה להיצמדלדפוסשמנסה לגרום לך לצחוק או צחקוק או סניקרס לפחות קצת עם תקיעות הדוא"ל שבועיות אלהורוב הזמן אני יכול לבוא עםדרך שנונה וחכמהוייחודית לעשות את זה כל בשם טוב כיף לפני שממש מדבר על בירה כבר . עם זאת , בשבוע זה אני חווה את כובע משהו קורה לעתים רחוקות : הבלוק של הסופר . מישמכיר אותי יודע שאני בדרך כלל ( בדרך כלל )אדם שלא מדבר הרבה , לפחות לא עם הפה שלי . תמיד היה לי בעיה להרכיב את המילים הנכונים לתאר בדיוק את מה שאני כנראה צריך לומרואני נוטה לטעויות בצד של פשוט להיות שקטיםושמירה לעצמי כל כך שאני לא אפול על עצמיולחשוף את הטיפשות שלי . עם זאת , כשזה מגיע לכתיבה , אף פעם לא היה לי בעיה עם המושל שלי . דברים אלה ( קטעים ) הם בעצם מה שקורה במוח שלי בכל שנייה נתונה. זה רק אני מדבר מבלי צורך לדבר . אבל השבוע : שום דבר .  

I do have to tell you that we have a great Sour Beer Dinner on the 20th featuring the culinary acrobatics of our kitchen and Hermit Thrush Brewing and that you can sign up HERE to come to it and it’s going to be fantastic. But, there’s nothing funny about that. It’s going to be really good.

 

It’s also the third day of Hanukkah (for all of my fans who read/interpret Hebrew, that first part was for you – the rest of you can just rattle your jewelry), which isn’t something that should be made fun of either. There’s nothing humorous about commemorating the rededication of the holy temple in Jerusalem at the time of Maccabean Revolt against the Seleucid Empire. What I should do is wish everyone a Happy Hanukkah to those who celebrate (or “to dedicate”). That’s nothing to make fun of either, because I honestly and genuinely wish everyone a Happy Hanukkah.

 

 

So I guess I’ll just tell you (and yours) all of the above and then talk about some beer.

 

 

 

 

So I guess that’s what I’ll do.

 

 

Here’s some stuff you might want to drink that we’ll have for you either right now or soonish to now that it’s worth mentioning:

 

Hill Farmstead Madness & Solitude: whelp, I just showed my hand. Usually, you shouldn’t start with the one that you should probably keep until later after I’ve buttered you up a little bit my little beautiful pieces of bacon (am I the only one who butters their bacon?). But, this will be on soon and you should mark it in your calendar because we have five (5!) gallons of it. Oh, it’s an Imperial IPA that’s been aged in oak barrels. Enjoy.

 

Lawson’s Finest Carrier Mild will also be here towards the end of the week and then we’ll put it on as soon as we can but you should also know that Mr. Lawson also did a collaboration with Cigar City (Florida) and they ended up making an American IPA w/ mango and passionfruit and called it Reverse Migration and we’re actually serving it right now (I’m learning to butter the bacon better).

 

While we’re at it we might as well discuss the Zero Gravity Little Wolf (I always spell that wrong and then I have to go back and retype it) that we have on right now which is a 4.7% (wheelhouse) ABV American Pale Ale. Anyone who knows that they like an American Pale Ale that’s under 5% should probably try this one because it’s lovely. Oh, it’s also delicious. I always spell that word wrong as well.

 

And, while we’re talking about Cigar City (I jump around a lot in my mind too) I should let you know that we also have their standard IPA, Jai Alai, on right now so that you can drink it.

 

 

 

Ok, I’ll leave you with one link (for those that don’t read/interpret Hebrew) to get you by until next week when I try to be a little more humorous than I’m being this week. HERE IT IS FOR YOUR VEWING PLEASURE!!! I have no clue why it took so long for that to happen.

 

 

 

Cheers Friends!

 

 

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