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Collaboration, not litigation

03.25.2007 | 2 Comments

Once in awhile the world gets blindsided by a wave of hope. The American craft brewing industry has been the catalyst for this most recent hope-wave. Two breweries, Russian River Brewing Company and Avery Brewing, realized that they both had a beer named “Salvation.” Instead of taking this spat to the courtroom, they decided to

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Wife of the Year

03.24.2007 | 6 Comments

My birthday present arrived in the mail today and you will see it on the left. I am officially re-nominating Mary Stuart for “Wife of the Year” (she won it last year) as she actually got me an entire gross of them (that’s the cool way of saying 144…just rolls off the tongue nicely to

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Full house! Also, zombies!

03.13.2007 | 0 Comments

I just got back from Tuesday Night Zombies. After the success of Monday Night Brews, a few of us (okay, just me and Phil) decided to follow it up with a weekly night of dinner-and-a-zombie-movie. This night’s flick was the groundbreaking, albeit controversial Romero classic Dawn of the Dead. They said it was controversial anyway.

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What’s your beer personality? Mine is… apparently Guinness. Hey, it could be worse. Much worse.

02.17.2007 | 1 Comment

You Are Guinness You know beer well, and you’ll only drink the best beers in the world. Watered down beers disgust you, as do the people who drink them. When you drink, you tend to become a bit of a know it all – especially about subjects you don’t know well. But your friends tolerate

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Booze haikus

02.17.2007 | 1 Comment

Jim at bostonbeerman.com has been writing some excellent haikus (as well as a highly entertaining blog). I thought I’d drop some knowledge on you. Here are two of my favorites: Budweiser is crap You are paying for their ads, Water, rice, and corn. Saint Arnold was right Said to drink beer not water Show me

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Martin Luther’s wife was a homebrewer

02.17.2007 | 2 Comments

From an article sent in by a friend of MNB: “Luther?s wife Catherine was a skilled brewer and his love letters to her when they were apart lamented his inability to drink her beer.” The entire article outlines Mars Hills Church’s stance on alcohol. I happen to agree with it. The article is friggin‘ sweet,

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How monks pray

02.16.2007 | 1 Comment

From our friend over at The Beer Tap: It’s funny because it’s like the Lord’s Prayer, but with BEER references! Get it?! No but seriously, this is how monks pray. I looked it up on Wikipedia.

First Monthlial Beer Blogging Day!

02.16.2007 | 2 Comments

Stan at Appellation Beer is throwing it DOWN. Now, once a month, the beer blogging community will join together and sing uplifting songs to each other. March 2 will be stout day. Stan is going to compile a list of links of everyone participating (blogging about a stout), so be sure to check his site

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For those of you who thought we weren’t serious…

02.13.2007 | 0 Comments

We present to you the apparel line of Monday Night Brewery. While only available at cafepress for now, I’m sure Wu Wear will be contacting us soon. Those Wu-tangers love their monks. Long story short, if you’ve been holding your breath for a MNB t-shirt to support the cause and brag to your friends, you

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Don’t forget to vote!

02.09.2007 | 0 Comments

Be sure to check out our About section and vote for your favorite brewer. The guy on the left is my personal favorite. Notice the “devil may care” attitude, the massive nose bruise and the crazy trucker beard. His name is Jonathan and he is my idol.

Pirates were a noble people

01.26.2007 | 0 Comments

From another friend… All pirates had discrete goals for every voyage, decided in a democratic fashion before leaving port. An example:If you need any pirate gear, check out the Valencia store.

The Swashchuckler personified

01.26.2007 | 0 Comments

Check out this clown. He’s totally Monday Night Brewery material. Thanks to my roommate Scott Stephens for the pirate love. Speaking of Swashchuckler, Scott also told me why pirates wear eye patches. They wear a patch so that they can be “night-vision-ready” when going below deck. They just switch the patch over to the other

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