It's time for an Instagram and Facebook giveaway!! It's easy to enter - just comment with who you would take with your free pass if you won! This festival will be amazing - four hours of unlimited beer and delicious cheese! It takes place this Sunday from 1-5PM. Use the promo code FLASHFOAM for 20% off tickets! Contest ends Friday at midnight! AND GO!@goldenearscheesecrafters
This 5:00 is going to be transformed into our Beers + Banned Books release: Tequila Mockingbird - a 5:00 base with lemongrass aged on tequila-soaked American Oak staves in @squarrelbarrels. Try it next Thursday starting at 6pm and get a worn copy of To Kill a Mockingbird to keep. 🍺+❌📚
Had this the other night at a friends place. @lorryboysbeer Pale Ale a brew made for Liquor Land.
Poured with very little head and what there was disappeared quicker than I could get a sniff of any aroma, not good, however the beer itself wasn't too bad, nothing amazing here but a crisp refreshing pale ale that will go well in summer.
Would I buy it? Well no, there are much better beers to choose from available out there. However if all you are starting out down the road of craft beer this is solid, tastes ok and won't overwhelm your tastebuds all in one hit.
Alright, I’m back! 🙋🏻♂️ After 2 months abroad, I made it home to Denver in Mid-May. Adjusting to normal life was definitely harder than expected (I’m calling it the post-travel burnout). I took well into quad-digit photos but a good month went by where I didn’t even look at them, let alone edit. While a vast majority of my time will be devoted to starting the business, I’m finally working on all my pictures and will be doing a full SE Asia recap with all my best shots pretty soon.
In the meantime, I’ll share some phone pics from my travels after I got home. I went to three very iconic US landmarks in May, my favorite music festival in June, and one of the more famous Colorado sites in early July. More to come! 🤙🏻📷 #liveelevated
The Mayans produced a drink from the nectar of the local Xtabentún Flower. Today, the liqueur of the same name start with a base of honey, combined with Mexican rum and anisette.
. Die mayans produzierten einen Drink aus dem Nektar der lokalen Xtabentún Blume. Heute beginnt der Likör des gleichen Namens mit einer Basis von Honig, kombiniert mit mexikanischem Rum und anis.#Xtabentún#Yucatan