These were all taken at HOTOBERFEST, one of Atlanta’s great beer festivals. Can you guess which Monday Night beer each person is drinking? HINT: This is not a trick question.
We’re partnering with mustache-lovers Scoutmob to crowdsource the name our next beer, a Belgian wit brewed with a hint of ginger. With over 100 name entries from you guys, it was tough narrowing it down to our favorites. But after a few beers, we were able to struggle through it. The finalists? Fu Manbrew (submitted
We’ve teamed up with Scoutmob to name our next beer, a 4.5% Belgian wit brewed with just a hint of ginger. If you’d like to submit a name idea, please follow the link and DO IT! We’ll be choosing a round of finalists, based on our proprietary set of internal criteria, which we will share
Beerstache, your time is now. Our “friend” Peter sent us a link to this amazing product. And they’re only $2 apiece! If only they were made of real hair, and not plastic. Guaranteed to make any beer more creepy and/or more hipster. Sidenote: It’s Movember.
Ah, there is nothing finer. Reclining with other mustachio’d cosmopolitan gentlemen in the ferns. Clasping pipes and cold beers from far-away lands. Discussing appropriate neckwear, funny hats, and womenfolk. This is the life we aspire to. Now leave us be. Image source: Powerhouse Museum Collection
Better late than never. Jeff, who was noticeably absent when I actually needed his mustache, grew a mustache for me now that my ulcers are pretty much healed. First, a brief update: For those who didn’t know, I was pretty sick for a couple months this summer. Turns out it was ulcers. We started a
It seems that the ulcerous quest for mustachio’d sponsors is nearing a close! Thanks to you, dear readers, we have secured more than enough mustaches to heal all 8 of my known ulcers, thus allowing me to drink beer once again. Before we get into the latest round of sponsors, I would first like to
Stop by Jeff’s tonight to drink some beers and help brew another, slightly adjusted Drafty Kilt scotch ale. You may recall that we dialed down the recipe to make it more “user-friendly.” It ended up at 5.1% ABV, down from around 8%. We’re going to dial it back up just a smidge and try for
5 ulcers have been effectively sponsored, only 3 more to go. Actually, 2 more. I present to you Mustache #6: 6) Walter’s Beachstache Walter sent in this photo of what appears to be slightly moldy peach fuzz. Gross, but it’ll do. Thank you sir. And I’ve also received word from Beerbuddha that there may be
Yesterday Jeff and his enormous ego made it clear to the entire blogosphere that it was perfectly okay to post large pictures of yourself in a blog post. I have never before stooped to this level (not true), but I thought it fitting to display my mustachio’d self. Because not only was I able to
Mustaches for Ulcers is making headway. It’s my dream to have a sponsor for all 8 of my ulcers by next week. Here’s what we’ve got so far. First, apparently there are other “legitimate” charities doing something similar with mustaches. Prostate cancer is arguably more of a threat than ulcers. But still. Here are the
Though no one has yet jumped up to the plate and grown a mustache to heal an ulcer (All we need is 8 or so mustaches, people, let’s DO THIS), the Mustaches for Ulcers movement has been gaining traction. Here are the ground rules: We only need 7 more volunteers Existing mustaches will be accepted,
I’ve been sick. No bones about it. Finally, after long last, the doctors have figured out what’s wrong. Ulcers in my stomach! Now that we know what the problem is, I’m doing all I can to get better and back to brewing. A large part of this effort has been spent investing in my new