If you are tired of going to the ballgame only to be gouged a high price for cheap beer, then this list is for you. The folks at www.TheDailyMeal.com have rated the 10 best cities to get good beer at a major league park.
You may have heard that last night, Yakima's city council passed an ordinance making it legal to drink alcohol in parks. What does that mean, exactly? What can you do now, and what can't you do? I assume there are a few questions about the new ordinance, so I wanted to answer them here:
Today marked the grand opening of Bale Breaker Brewing Company's taproom where you can visit and have a pint or even get a growler (jug) filled to take home. Here are a few pictures and what you can expect to find there.
Ever since I had my first taste of Bale Breaker from the Fresh Hop Ale Festival last year, I was wondering when they were opening up for business. According to Meghann Quinn from Bale Breaker, the wait is almost over!
In a wicked world of dishonest boozehounds and ripple junkies, one should never be too surprised by the size of the cojones on these shifty characters; that is, unless the bulge in their pants carries a striking resemblance to a couple cans of beer. At that point, you can rest assure that you are be…
If you have ever attended a concert or sporting event, undoubtedly you have been hit with the initial sticker shock of how much a beer will cost you. At Seahawks games, a cup of suds will run you $8, which is a bit higher than the average N.F.L. draught which is $7.28.
www.theantigym.com made a commercial that I am sure is to raise awareness for getting in to shape and not being 'Chubby'! I still haven't decided how I feel about the commercial other than he is making me want to work out hardcore and then drinks some beer...
Hard rock and beer go together swimmingly, don't you think? Various rock acts have released their own official brews in the past, and Australian legends AC/DC recently joined the club with a new, full-bodied German beer.