The Quest Continues…Drinking beer one day at a time


It looks like we will have a new, and legal, craft-beer drinker today. Happy Birthday to Matthew Case! May you have a long and enjoyable life to enjoy the fruits of some many gifted craft brewers!

Can’t forget this, too. May everyone have a happy and a fully rounded PI day!


WTF! This is just the same stuck record on an old Webcor turntable/boombox. You all know the drill! If you don’t, then you haven’t been paying attention, so…Listen Up! Today is Mug-club Monday at Greenbush, become a member if you want to know what that entails; and it’s $2 Tier III beers at Tapistry, which is self-explanatory.

Don’t forget that KZoo Beer Week is still going on, too.

So much to do! So little time!


Day 24 of the Greenbush Advent Calendar brings us: Delusion an Imperial Cream Stout Aged in Whiskey Barrels from Templeton Rye.

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Delusion An Imperial Cream Stout Aged in Whiskey Barrels from Templeton Rye

Cheers! & Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

No comments on the fact that I’m now over 714 days; I must be a glutton for punishment!

Day 10 of the Greenbush Advent Calendar brings us: PHD which, I think, is a malt liquor.

Picture of a bottle of beer



A day that lived in infamy, and I’m not talking about those who stumbled home from a Christmas party last night (Like Greenbush’s Christmas Party). I’m referring to December 7, 1941 when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor to bring the US into WWII. It was 73 years ago, but still lives in the memories of many, so I would like to offer my appreciation to those who were serving not only that day, and throughout that “Great War”.

Day 7 of the Greenbush Advent Calendar brings us: Mammoth a winter Weizenbock.

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Mammoth a Winter Weizenbock


The day after Thanksgiving which means Black Friday, crowds and shopping, at least for some. For me, it means a black IPA, stout, and/or porter. Maybe something like a Bourbon Barrel Aged Steel Wheels from The Livery; a Hail to the Darkness at Arclight; a Peck’s Porter at Tapitry; or an Anger at Greenbush. Whatever drink and where ever you decide to relax, it’s gotta be better than getting up before dawn and dealing with all of the bargain hunters.

Speaking of dark, how about these canned beauties from Burn ‘Em?

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Joey Wheat brewed with Infusco Coffee Roasters Kenyan roast & 3:33 Black IPA

Here’s what I’ll like after my forage in to dark beers:

Picture of me on November 28

Movember 28

I almost forgot all about this: Don’t forget to pick up your Greenbush advent calendar, if you were one of the lucky ones.


Oops! I forgot to post yesterday, even though I had it all written and ready to go. It’s up right now! Day 701

The day before Thanksgiving entails grocery shopping and spending too much money on a bunch of high-calorie-comfort-foods, and some beer, too. I got a four pack of Brewery Vivant’s Big Red Coq and a four pack of Founders’ Double Trouble, these, along with a growler and a howler of two different Home made beers, should suffice for part of the day tomorrow.

Today, though, there’s the mad dash to the local brew-pubs for some libation to ease the anxiety of preparing for Thanksgiving Day. Greenbush is going to make that a little easier with some barrel-aged brews in their annex, at least according to their Facebook Page. Tapistry is releasing their Batch 100 Russian Imperial Stout today. Gotta get a taste of that! And there’s the goings-on at The Livery that I mention in yesterday’s post with which to finish the day.

Picture of me on November 26

Movember 26

Drive, eat and drink carefully…

Beatnik Blonde is on at Tapistry so come on down and get a pint or three as it’s not too high in alcohol at 4.4%.

As of yesterday Star Chicken Shotgun was still on tap at Greenbush. Speaking of them; don’t forget to get your tickets to their Christmas Party, they go on sale tonight at 8 PM. Also, there was supposed to be an email sent out with the details on when and where to pick up the Advent Calendar-Case ‘O Beer. If you did order one and didn’t get this email then contact Greenbush at: Here’s the pickup info:

Pick-ups will begin Friday, November 28 at 11 a.m. in the ANNEX ONLY and will continue to be available for pick up during regular annex hours (11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday & Saturday).

And, now for something completely different:

Picture of me on November 19

Movember 19


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