So I’ve finally decided after years of being a bunch of different screen names all across the internet that I’m going to choose one name.
I’ve decided to do this for several reasons, but mostly for the fact that now I can say one name when people want to search for my personal social media accounts. Being 1/3 of a podcast is demanding a more present social media persona.
I’d normally not give a crap as to how easy/hard it is to find me on social media, but its even started to bug me that I don’t have a firm brand for myself on the podcast. I’m really enjoying the podcast and I want to keep it going. And if I have to relinquish my titles of Zarrek and RueRocker to do so, then oh well.
Here I am fulling embracing Brews and Ewes.
I couldn’t make it to Great Flood tonight so I had this instead.
I seriously love whenever our Kroger has the Bell’s Two Hearted in the pick six. The regular price for a 6-pack of the Two Hearted is around $11 or $12. The pick six is only $9.99. Which means I’m putting 5 Two Hearted and something else that catches my eye…
I’ve been super busy IRL, but I’ve also created something in the interwebs world. My friends and I have started a podcast.
It is called Fuck This Knit
We talk about knitting while drinking beer. We swear a lot. And we have opinions. I’m not going to go too much into the content because you just have to listen. Its only three episodes, but we have plans for more. We post them on the second Tuesday of the month.
Go. Check it out.
Blackberry Barley Wine from New Belgium Brewing Company
Alex and I decided we wanted to fill our growler and howler with beers from Great Flood. We checked out their Beer Menu and I was immediately drawn to the Barley Wine. New Belgium’s website describes this beer:
The darker the berry, the sweeter the barley wine—that’s what we thought when brewing the first barley wine in New Belgium history. Blackberry Barley Wine channels the elegant spirit of a classic English barley wine, but with a kiss of blackberry to elevate the sip beyond convention.
It is 10% ABV with 50 IBUs and is classified as a Barley Wine
Amber’s Review (4/5):
I drank this beer a while ago, but don’t remember enough about it to talk about the beer without feeling like I’m not giving it full thought. I’ll try to get better about review beers in a more timely fashion.