Thirsty Thursday: Grand Teton Brewing’s Lazy Marmot

Mar 13, 2014 2 Comments

One of the things I cherish most about having lived in southern Bavaria are the seasons. Sure winters can be cold and grey, but when spring blooms Muenchen (Munich) comes alive with green, flowers, and spring celebrations like local Fruelingsfest (spring festivals that are essentially mini-Oktoberfests, but without the tourists).  The warm temperatures and local […]

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Thirsty Thursday: Grand Teton’s 2013 Coming Home Holiday Ale

Dec 12, 2013 3 Comments

The temperatures in DC have turned cold and the area was recently inundated by the first serious snow fall of the season.  Of course Washington’s definition of “inundated” is typically a mere 1-2 inches. Enough snow to send people scrambling to the store for supplies and force the government to shutdown. To escape the maddening […]

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A Poetic Adieu to Mr. Peyton Manning

Mar 09, 2012 16 Comments

Note: The following is rough around the edges, event sensitive poetic prose from a sometimes disgruntled, wary, yet somehow appreciative fan bidding adieu to Indianapolis Colts’ quarterback Peyton Manning. If you’re interested in reading something more mainstream in format, click here for an article I wrote last year. To Peyton Manning: Draft Day in 1998 […]

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NFL Offseason Quarterback Review: Washington Redskins

Apr 23, 2011 Comments Off on NFL Offseason Quarterback Review: Washington Redskins

By Sportsglutton Entering year 2 of the Mike Shanahan/Bruce Allen era, the Washington Redskins still find themselves in rebuilding mode, as the franchise is attempting to recover from years of Daniel Snyder’s mismanagement. Unfortunately, for Redskin fans Shanahan/Allen’s first year has created more doubt than trust in the head coach and front office’s ability to […]

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