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  • Kansas City Brewery Reviews

    Boulevard Brewery Process

    “Am I in Kansas or Missouri?” was the question I repeatedly asked myself while in Kansas/Missouri. Yes, you can’t help the fact that your city is on the state border, but can we just agree that carrying over the name in both states was absurd? Anyway I’m still not sure what state I was in most of the […]

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  • Brew Bus Tour of Cincinnati

    Christian Moerlein

    I’m a fan of history and learning the heritage of cities. In case you were unaware, Cincinnati has an extremely cool beer history. Cincinnati was a bustling beer city pre-Prohibition and even coined “Beer Capital of the World” in the 1800s. Millions of gallons of beer were produced and transported through the city and underground […]

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  • North Park Brewery Crawl: San Diego Part Two

    Tuesday started innocent enough. We gazed at sea lions around La Jolla Cove and hiked Torrey Pines State Reserve. Then we went to Baja Beach Cafe for dinner and got margs the size of our faces BEFORE our planned brewery crawl. Not exaggerating… See ↓ Well I’ll admit, that was probably poor planning but the night went on. […]

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  • San Diego Beer Adventures: Part One

    West coast really is the best coast… for beaches, beer and… well, everything. Picking up from my Las Vegas adventures, I hop in my hybrid car and start driving through the desert. Lesson 1- the desert is scary. Lesson 2- Cali is mountainous. My arrival in Newport Beach 4+ hours later was heavenly. Hand me a beer. Newport […]

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  • West Coast Beer Travels Coming Soon

    I love loooove LOVE San Diego, but I’ve been dreading writing this post for months now. Tackling 20+ breweries in 3 days was hard enough, but writing about them too?! So there is going to be a San Diego/LA mini series (or else it will never get done) that will cover my beer travels by day. Before we get […]

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  • Adventures in the Big Apple

    Nothing is better than New York City during Christmas. The whole city just feels alive with festive decorations, lights and music. I could do without the crowds, but that’s New York for you. This time around I stayed in Brooklyn to be a little more low-key (and cheap). Let me tell you, Brooklyn is amazing. It’s […]