Episode 56: Like a Rhinestone Lumberjack
Welcome back to another show! The boys get together in Union County (and Mark rocks some kick ass bedazzled headphones) to discuss:
Another old recipe? Cool.
Ardent Craft Ales in Richmond recently brewed “Jane’s Percimon Beer” unearthed from the book in the Virginia Historical Society’s collections from the 1700s that contains food, medicinal remedies and beer recipes. The formula for the Colonial-era concoction is one of thousands of alcoholic recipes in the society’s collection that provide a glimpse into what Virginians and others were drinking in the 18th century and other points in history.
What to do with leftover beer.
With the holidays and football games coming up, most of us males are indulging beer with our friends and families. Did you ever wondered what to do with the beers that hasn’t been drank, besides throwing it in the garbage. Thanks to Chadwicks, they’ve given us some solutions on what you can do with leftover beer productively. And no, we’re not talking about using beer as an all-natural air freshener.
Just a fancy randall? Meh.
I think it is safe to say that all of us have either gone in ourselves or have had friends that have gone into a coffee store and ordered that very long sounding drink that we could never remember or everybody around us thinks we are crazy for ordering. Well in the not so distant future, we may be doing that at our local choice of beer consumption area. A product and development firm called Cambridge Consultants has come up with new machine to adjust the hops level of your beer.
Cool idea if you are a douchebag or Richey Rich
When you have guests over for the holidays, don’t cast pearls before swine. Make a 3D-printed bottle lock for the craft beers, and let your friends and family drink the cheap ones. Bah Humbug!
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