So...finally have these things going...hopefully I'm using them correctly
Brew Dogs: Everyone should have one
February 28, 2014
It is a rare occasion in Denver to go to a brewery's taproom and not see a dog either inside or in the seating area just outside. This phenomenon is not unique to Denver, but an integral part of the Colorado beer culture as a whole. It is such a core part of who brewers and beer aficionado’s identify themselves to be in this state that some brilliant person even published a book with some of the best pup’s from breweries around the Colorado ( check it out….I dare you not to buy this book: http://brewdogscolorado.com/ )
I am a full-fledged brew dogger, and I often regard my dog’s as most would their children ( but my kids won’t get in fights over the back seat or need a college fund….that’s right, I just dropped a “My kids are better than your kids”) I have even gone so far as to name a beer after each of them, with the RoggenBier receiving the moniker of “River’s Riggly RoggenBier” and I’m proud to say one of my best creations has been Charlie’s Droopy Stout (served with a cinnamon stick in a snifter…super classy like)
As I mentioned on the "about" page over yonder, I plan to make River and Charlie a larger part of the blog, particularly when they are my helpers in making beer. As such, I’ve started a set just for them on Flickr (just click right “here” to be magically transported through the interweb’s over to there) The pictures thus far are not really beer related, but that will definitely change in time.I hope you all enjoy the pictures of them as much as I enjoy them in person. You never know, maybe one of these days you can see firsthand just how awesome my brew dogs can be.
What I was drinking during this post: Pepe Nero by Goose Island