Polestar Pilsner from Left Hand Brewing

Left Hand Brewing in Longmont Colorado never ceases to amaze me; they brew in a way that modifies classic recipes in order to make amazing new creations that are extremely innovative yet hold true to the classi...

Nitro IPA from Guinness

Guinness Nitro IPA is a beer with a major identity crisis and that is a great thing.  When you look at Guinness Nitro IPA and their original Stout from 1759 the similarities are striking, but it is the differen...

Netflix B-Sides: Masters of the Universe

I should not have watched Masters of the Universe on Netflix; I made a horrible mistake. The memories of watching Mortal Kombat last month were still too fresh; my childhood memories were not yet ready to take ...

You want this: Street Maps Pint Glass

I have been actively working to create an attractive home bar for about a year now and one of the biggest challenges has been finding unique glassware that is eye catching yet still highly functional. Beer glas...

Long Table Farmhouse Ale from New Belgium

The Long Table Farmhouse Ale from New Belgium is a classic style that is seeing a renaissance as of late in the craft brew industry. The Farmhouse style originated from the practice of 19th century farmers usin...

Netflix B-Sides: Get the Gringo (2012)

Netflix B-sides is a twice-monthly column that takes a look at the lesser-known entries of Netflix’s vast catalogue.  We will dive deep in to the cavernous universe of B-movies to find the best of the worst, th...

Netflix B-Sides: The Warriors

The Warriors is a gritty and grime covered cult classic from 1979 that has some of the most immersive and engrossing cinematography that I have ever witnessed.  From the subdued and eerie opening focused on the...

Samuel Adams Summer Ale and Downtime Pilsner

Samuel Adams Summer Ale is surprisingly refreshing without being too tame or dull, it is nothing outrageously special but it is a solid addition to the summer beer offerings.  The beer pours a hazy golden yello...