Archives for July 2017

Winding Down Not My Father’s Beer

It may surprise a lot of folks who know how invested I’ve been in this blog for the last two and a half years, but “Not My Father’s Beer” is sailing into the sunset, a very bright one, actually. Bear with me here and I’ll eventually get to the sunset part. During the 23 years […] Read the full article…

Beercation Pros

With the proliferation of craft breweries these days, we all know at least one of those serious fans of good beer. Maybe you’re one yourself. I’m talking about those individuals who can look at an IPA, take a whiff, and, without a sip, tell you if it’s West Coast or Northeast-style. Then there’s John and […] Read the full article…

Who Changed More?

I can’t say who changed more in the last 50 years, me, the deep South or beer in America. I reflected on this a lot over the last week while visiting my long-time friend Bonita, who today lives in Woodstock, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. When I was growing up in Austin, Texas, our family […] Read the full article…