Inky Beer Factoid: September 22

On this day, since the dawn of the modern calendar (and possibly much earlier), we celebrate the Autumnal Equinox, or the “First Day of Fall.” What is an equinox, you ask? An equinox (spring/vernal or fall/autumnal) occurs twice every year, around March 21 and Sept. 21. “Twice a year, the sun crosses the celestial equator, moving…

Mile High Flea Market Inspiration

Good morning, all! Dr. B and I are headed down to the Mile High Flea Market to find some treasures and choose fruit for our sour ale. What fruit would you add?

What Is The Difference Between Sour and Wild Ales?

Thanks to a short article by the Urban Beer Nerd, I went on my own little journey to determine what the defining characteristics of sour and wild ales are and should be. “In my quest to try every sour beer I can get my mitts on, I’ve encountered quite a few “wild ales,” some of…

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day at Funk ‘n Wild

Ray, Dr. B, and I headed up to Oskar Blues Homemade Liquids and Solids to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day early this year. We also celebrated the bulk of our day drinking MAGNIFICENT sour and wild ales. Wahoo! Have you had a sour beer yet? Dr. B and I were shown the rabbit hole last year…

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 Beer Heads to New Belgium’s “Lost In The Woods”

Tomorrow, Dr. B and I are going to make the trek to Fort Collins to attend “Lost In The Woods,” a New Belgium sour night of deliciousness. We’ll be sure to take lots of pictures and capture behind the scenes stuff. Stay tuned!