Posts Tagged ‘Beer

07
Feb
14

Ice Cold Hef

Ice Cold Hef Widmer & Shovel TMuncy SwittersB

23
Oct
12

Less Wings and Beer…More O2

The above food and beverage(s) passed my lips many times this past year. Almost in a state of self-abuse, I consumed all manner of deep-fried this and that: chicken, fish, pickles, mushrooms, cheese sticks, jalapeno peppers and fries. Washed down with several bebidas, I was less than kind to my health. Now, I am not saying once in a while is not ok, but I was on a quest to clug up my innards while doing little to maintain fitness. 

I worked countless hours at the Hoarding House, but that was not really big muscle exercise. So, this past week after taking a short jaunt into a river’s canyon, I could sense I was terribly out of shape. There was not spring in my step, no feeling of fitness.

So, last night I decided to venture back to the gym. I went slow and easy. Getting a sense of where I was on the fitness scale. I soon found out and this morning I can feel it even more. It is going to be a long Winter. But, that hiking, wading, climbing over, stumbling about requires increased fitness. Less wings and beer…sigh.

10
Oct
12

Portland Beer Brewing History

You may or may not know that Portland fancies itself quite the micro brew epicenter in the U.S. And, rightfully so. I prefer a regular Lager beer, ice cold, but there are so many beer themes available in this town.

So, I came across a little beer making history for Portland while checking out the Lone Fir Cemetery the other day. I came upon a fenced off mausoleum with apparent damage and saw a sign explaining the site.

 

09
Oct
11

Bikers & The Smell of Fear or ………………….

THAT LOOKS REFRESHING ABOUT NOW! 

Of Course, Somethings Are What They Appear...But, Then Again........

01
Feb
11

Craft Brewer & Publican, Don Younger, passes on.

Many have called Don Younger the ‘undisputed Godfather’ of the craft brewing cult that had its origins in Portland, Oregon and now has spread far and wide. Don Younger died yesterday from leading life his way (indulgent habits). But, he was a benevolent soul, who drew others up and opened doors for others in the craft brew industry. I recall the Horse Brass Pub of old, and how it evolved through Don Younger.

Don Younger

“He was the heart of Beervana, and not just Portland, he touched so many people in one way or another: if you’ve ever enjoyed a craft beer, you have Don Younger to thank in some way.” Lisa Morrison critic of the extensive Oregon Beervana scene.




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