Everyone’s favorite meal of the year is upon us. And if you’re like most Aleheads, you’ll be gorging yourself on both food AND beer. But why just grab any random bottle of suds from the fridge when the Aleheads are here to provide the perfect beer/food pairings for Thanksgiving.
So loosen up your belt, grab a mixed sixpack of the following brews, and get ready to tell your goddamn relatives what you really think of them:*
*That they’re lovely, thoughtful people and you’re very thankful to be with them on this cherished, family holiday. Read the rest of this entry »
This is a hard post to write. It’s personal. Very personal. And sometimes hyper-personal posts are challenging because they’re too insular. And sometimes they’re hard because you’re not even sure whether they should be made public. But I think this one’s OK…because, in the end, it’s about beer. And as long as that delicate symphony of barley, water, hops and yeast is involved, it belongs on Aleheads.
The reason this is personal is because this post is about Magnus’s last day on Earth. For those of you that didn’t know him, or knew him just a little, you might be rolling your eyes a bit. We’ve been talking about our fallen friend a lot over the past few weeks. Maybe you think this isn’t the proper forum for grieving and remembrances. You might be right. Or maybe you wish we’d just get back to the beer. That’s probably true also. Read the rest of this entry »
We’re starting a new feature here at Aleheads: All Beers Considered. It’s a more contemplative Podcast than our far more contentious Maltercations. If the latter is the beer equivalent of sports talk radio, All Beers Considered is more like NPR. It’s a way for us to chat about current beer news stories and share our own unique, pointless, wholly uninformed opinions of said stories with our readers/listeners.
In our first installment, Slouch Sixpack and Brother Barley discuss: