4 Ways to Enjoy Craft Beer on Cinco de Mayo

Thanks to Bryce Eddings, we ‘d like to share with you, Four Ways to Celebrate Five. Cinco de Mayo is rapidly becoming a popular holiday well-beyond Mexico’s borders. Whether or not the farther flung celebrants fully grasp the meaning of May fifth in Mexico it is becoming something of a St. Patrick’s Day for Mexican…

Crafty Ladies are Educating Female Beer Lovers of Colorado

Are you a Lady Beer Lover? Do you live in the Front Range of Colorado or willing to travel to it? Have you attended a Crafty Ladies Beer Club Tasting Night at Highland Tap and Burger? No?! Well, Katie has a real talent for bringing together big and little craft breweries, creative beer tastings, and…

Spring Beer-cation to Colorado Springs

A few weeks ago, Dr. B and I decided to go on a last minute beer-cation to Colorado Springs… surprisingly close to Golden and only over an hour away! We had grand plans of traveling to MANY breweries and non-alcoholic locations around town (see map below) and we visited many of our goal locations and…

Best Beer Blend EVER?!

Ok, I swear I was going to give blogging a break today, but thanks to one of my favorite, unofficial, contributors… Draft Magazine, I’d like to share a bad a$$ looking beer blend. (Cannot wait to try it! Already have the Raspberry Tart… now to locate the Dogfish Head…) One of the best things about…

Inky Beer Gets “Lost In The Woods” at New Belgium Brewing

Dr. B and I excitedly drove to Fort Collins on Friday night to attend New Belgium’s FIRST ticketed event, “Lost in the Woods,” an event celebrating two amazing sour beers, the Transatlantique Kriek and the 2013 La Folie (Sour Brown Ale). We arrived in town a little early, so we went over to Black Bottle…

Inky’s Superbowl Craft Beer Pairings from Colorado

Inspired by Draft Magazine’s Superbowl Pairings, we thought you’d like to see some local, Colorado pairings for Sunday’s big game. And for those that don’t give a lick about football… insert important night that is complete with munchies, here_____ (board games? soccer? American Idol? Face Off?). Braised Short Ribs, from and Odell Cutthroat Porter: The…

How To Decorate Your Homebrew Cave: Part 3 (Lighting)

To continue your trip down the rabbit hole of “Designing your Homebrew Cave,” KEEP READING! Lamps/Lighting Party lights give a carefree feel to your space. Available at Wear Your Beer. Classic, vintage stained glass lighting and pool table lighting, found in may places, including US Free Ads. These can lights got a beer-lift…love them! You…

How To Decorate Your Homebrew Cave: Part 1 (The Walls)

We are not talking Lady or Man Caves today, but Homebrew Caves. Do you have a specific place in your house that you store, formulate, test, taste, and brew your homebrews? Why not make your space an even cooler place to spend your days? Here are some decoration ideas* for those who need a nudge…

How To Decorate Your Homebrew Cave: Part 2 (The Bar)

Welcome to Part 2 of our Hombrew Cave decor series. Now, to make your bar bad a$$. Bar Stools What screams Homebrew Cave more than KEG STOOLS?! Find the conversion kit at Home Wet Bar. Get stools that look like bottle caps, with your custom design! They are available from The Crouch Group. Or, keep…

Beer Grub: How To Make Scotch Eggs at Home

Hey all! Dr. B and I have been busy traveling around the Front Range, exploring new brews and breweries while frolicking with our friends visiting from Alaska. We’ve eaten burgers, chicken wings, 8 other cultures’ foods, fries, tots, and so much more… As a beer lover, the only food missing from the list of possibilities…

Beer Recipes for the Holidays

Thanks to The Beer Goddess’ blog, Cooking With The Beer Goddess, Inky would like to share some holiday recipes with you – good to use for the Hanukkah (maybe not the pork one), Christmas, Kwanzaa, and/or Festivus. Thanks to Dennis Keyes for the beautiful photos. APPETIZER: Left Hand: Oktoberfest Sausage & Potato Soup  Yield: 12…