Tag Archives: The Beer Tour

A Beer Drinker’s Guide to the MLB Postseason: Giants and Braves

Yesterday I featured ¬†four recommended breweries’ offerings to accompany the ALDS matchups in the MLB Postseason: 512 Brewing from Texas and Cigar City Brewing from Tampa Bay for the Rangers and Rays; Brooklyn Brewery and Summit Brewing Company for the … Continue reading

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A Beer Drinker’s Guide to the MLB Postseason: Rays at Rangers

As a sports fanatic I’m naturally superstitious. I wear certain hats, t-shirts, and jerseys, or certain combinations of all three, that I convince myself somehow have an impact in the game’s outcome. If my team wins one week I’ll wear … Continue reading

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Welcome to The Beer Tour

    A few months ago I posted about my experiences at South by Southwest, highlighted by the Beers of Texas Tour that Amanda Rykoff and I put together. Our resulting Twitter account, @BeersofTexas, has not yet become the Internet … Continue reading

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On Beer and Socc–er, Football: Watching the World Cup in Brooklyn

Despite soccer being an afterthought for most American sports fans, Americans do welcome one thing when the Cup comes around — the opportunity to stir up their hidden jingoism around the U.S. Men’s National Team and, of course, find a place to drink, watch and cheer with other crazy Americans who’ve never previously had an interest in soccer. Continue reading

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From Hashtag to Handle: The #BeersofTexas Tour

Those who know me know that I love beer. I like a hoppy ale, a rich lager, an occasional oatmeal stout, and will pretty much only tolerate a “water beer” if it’s free. Sometimes, not even then. And I love … Continue reading

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