Top 5 Beers for Spring

I don’t know about where you live, but here in Atlanta, we are in full spring mode. We’ve got trees and flowers blooming, grass is green again and spring rain showers to help wash away the yellow pollen from the sky.

If you’re one of those people who is not affected by spring seasonal allergies, I am jealous. You can find me inside staring at all the people enjoying the perfect temperatures as I press my face against the glass wishing I didn’t erupt in sneezes and headaches from the outdoors.

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Drink of the Month: Dogfish Head Festina Peche

I thought for this month’s Drink of the Month, I would finally feature a beer! This is one of my favorite seasonals. It’s beginning to warm up nationwide so grab a pint of this, sit on your porch and enjoy the beauty of Spring.

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Guest Post: Reviewing Karbach Brewing Co.

Note from Sarah: One of my favorite parts about my presence on social media is that I get to network with all sorts of wonderful people. Today, I want to share with you a post written by my new friend Father Ryan Higdon. Father Ryan is a passionate, holy young priest who also shares a love for malty beverages. He recently visited Karbach Brewing Co. in Houston, TX and wrote a review. Check it out and say hi to Fr. Ryan on Twitter.



As a priest I don’t get that many chances to embrace my love of beer, so when a crew of homebrewers asked me to join them for a tour of a local brewery, how could say no? Add the fact that they were going to one of my new favorite breweries for a personal tour with the owner … Yes, please.

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Let’s do something about all these IPAs

There is an influx of IPAs. They are everywhere! Double IPA. Belgian IPA. Rye IPA. Black IPA. My IPA is hoppier than your IPA competitions. Craft beer drinkers are burning off their tastebuds. Not everyone is happy with this.

Some blame breweries. Some blame consumers. Some blame everyone. I believe it’s a mixture of several things that are bringing IPAs to the front of the craft beer market.

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