I know my dog Freddie has an adorable mug. If you think that your pet has one too, they could be the face of one of Brown's Brewery's beers. They have teamed up with the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society to raise money and make someone's furry friend "beer famous".
It is very difficult to find people to work since the pandemic so a local brewery has come up with a clever idea to let beer lovers know they are hiring. Bolton Landing Brewery has produced a New England-style IPA that they cleverly call "Help Wanted". They are hoping it will get in the hands of those looking for work at the brewery.
You know it's happened to you. You get to a party, Countryfest tailgate, camping, etc and bring bottles of the beverage of your choosing and find out that no one brought a bottle opener! It's okay, never fear, I can help!
Through Monday, a crackdown is in effect. It's Memorial Day weekend, a time to celebrate, to remember and honor veterans past and present, and a time to enjoy. But, not a time to drink and drive (well, really at no time should you be drinking and driving)...
It's Saratoga Brewfest this Saturday, which made us start to think of, well, beer, and all of the fun that goes with it. Sure Brewfest maybe all about sampling, but we all remember the days of beer helmets and kegstands too.
I recently saw a post about the beerball- the nostalgic mini-keg in the shape of a ball (see a fun photo here) and that got me thinking even more about old beer gimmicks and
So I am getting excited about our upcoming event Electric City On Tap this Saturday at the Schenectady Armory, but more about that in a minute. First I have to share this cool video I found with 21 different hacks you can use to open a beer bottle when you don't have an opener nearby.