It’s time to talk beer again! Need I say more?

We’ve got a great interview! We talk to Peter Voelker, owner and meadmaker, of Helderberg Meadworks. That’s right, we’re talking mead!

In the name of research, I invite some friends over to drink and watch a movie. It’s okay though, we followed the road map laid out in “Lights, Camera, Booze: Drinking Games for Your Favorite Movies” by Kourtney Jason and Lauren Metz.

The Sexy Vegan and I talk about alcoholic Star Trek drinks, alcoholic Star Wars drinks, alcoholic Lord of the Rings drinks, and oh yeah, his new cookbook.

It’s that time of year again folks! If you’re looking for a great way to celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day, click on in. Hint, it involves rum (of course).

Klingon Gagh and Blood Wine, the strangest of urban environments, exotic deluxe vacations in abandoned stone quarries; JB Sanders has all that and more to tempt you with the latest “Geek Month in Review”.

Interested in being a Brewlywed? I’ve got some interesting news from Samuel Adams, yes Samuel Adams Brewery (squee), that you might want to check out.

The fine folks at Olympia Beer are willing to payout $1,000,000 for irrefutable evidence of Bigfoot. That’s right, $1,000,000. I bet you could buy a lot of Olympia Beer with that kind of money.

A random purchase at Beers of the World in Rochester, NY inspired me to write a post that will hopefully intrigue my witchy readers and beer lovers alike!

That’s right folks, I went back again to Muse Gifts & Books in Marlborough, NH! This time it was for their Midsummer Faerie Fest with Raven and Stephanie Grimassi and Dawn Hunt. Despite that being the case, I still manage to also talk about a few other Marlborough institutions and curse Christopher Penczak too. What can I say? I’m good like that.

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