The Quest Continues…Drinking beer one day at a time

consecutive days

Where does the time go?

Two events going on this Saturday that I need to relate (I know that there’s a lot more, but these are close to me): Burn ‘Em Brewing is having their tasting/to go Grand Opening from 12-8 PM CDT. I’ll be there early to take part in the celebration.

Also, The Livery is having a bottle release of their Half Truth a Barrel-Aged, Black Rye IPA for $9.75/bottle. I hope that I can make it there after the Burn ‘Em party. Yikes!


Short & Sweet: Greenbush is holding their 4th anniversary celebration all day today. I’ll be there with Bruce bright and early. How ’bout you?

And this: I knew that Bell’s Brewery 40th anniversary party was sometime in September; I didn’t realize that to have any chance of getting tickets had to be submitted (Postmarked) by June 12. I have sent my request and am anxiously awaiting to see if I’ll be some of the chosen few. It’s going to be a grand event, so don’t delay and submit your request today! This is the link to all of the stink:


Don’t worry, I’m not missing in action, I’m just a little bit busy, or is that lazy? Especially pertaining to daily posting on this-here-blog. See you at Tapistry and Greenbush!

Before I forget: Greenbush will be celebrating its 4th anniversary on Wednesday, June 10 with all day specials and contests, plus a special release on tap and in bottles. Should be pretty good, so do make some time to stop by and have a pint or two.


I can’t believe that another week has passed with hardly a peep by me. Oh, well. It’s Monday so there’s nothing for me to fret, especially with 1/2 priced groups A & B beers for mug-club members at Greenbush.


Yes, it’s still going!

Just a few notes: Some of my favorite, local, breweries will have special hours for this Memorial Day Monday. Such as Arclight Brewing in Water Vliet, which will be open from 11 am – 11 pm EDT; Burn ‘Em Brewing, whose tasting/to-go room will be open from 10 am – 2 pm CDT; and, The Livery, which will open its doors at noon EDT. Of course, Greenbush will have normal hours (Also it’s Mug-Club Monday with 1/2 priced Groups A & B Beers), as well as Tapistry. Where ever you go and whatever you do, please be responsible and safe.


WTF! Did I miss something? What happened to Spring? Looks like I’m going to have to find out; good thing it’s Mug-Club day at Tapistry (also at The Livery)! What the heck, I might as well make sure that I didn’t miss anything and go to Greenbush, too!


No, I haven’t fallen off the edge of the earth. Yes, I have ignored my blog for a week, but am still on track. And, Yes! It’s Monday, which is now not quite as good as in the past Let me explain, although there’s not much to be said. Yes, Greenbush still has specials for mug club members, half off groups A & B beers in case you didn’t remember. Tapistry, though, doesn’t have $2 TierIII beer on Mondays, starting last Monday. Bummer! But I’ll sojourn on the road to daily beer.


It’s Monday, once again, so that has got to mean a fun day. What do I mean? I mean that Tapistry has $2 TierIII beers and it’s Mug-Club day at Greenbush, that’s what I mean! The only difference for this Monday, and the next, is that I won’t be meeting with my buddy, Bruce, who is in Montana for a graduation. Does this mean that I have to cover for him? It’s tough enough just to cover me, so I think not.


There was a good crowd at Greenbush for Laura Campbell on Tuesday, at least when I was there and from what I heard from others. Good turn out should equate to a great fund raiser; I don’t really know as I haven’t heard any figures for the amount of money raised, but I’m sure it was really good. Not only did Greenbush put up 50% of their take and with 100% of the raffle money going to Laura, but all of the servers donated their tips, too. Wow!

Today there is a very special opening, at least one I have been anxiously awaiting. Burn ‘Em Brewing is opening their tasting/to-go room at 10am CDT. Debbie and I are going to be there by early afternoon, so why not you?

And while you are in Indiana, why not take a trip east to Granger for the Inaugural Indiana Michigan Craft Beer May Fest. I’m not going, but that shouldn’t prevent you from going and enjoying.

Picture of Mayfest information

Indiana Michigan Craft Beer Mayfest


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