Our third Cincy-based event this week is taking place at our Kenwood location Thursday, February 22nd and will be featuring NE IPA's and Nutcase variants from Cincy’s own @listermannbrewing !
The following beers will be tapped!
Blueberry Nutcase (PB Porter with Blueberry)
Maple Nutcase (PB Porter with Maple)
I Left my Wallet in El Dorado (NE IPA with El Dorado, Amarillo and Skyrocket)
The Message (NE IPA w/ Citra, Vic Secret and Michigan Copper)
99 Problems (East Coast IPA brewed with Citra and Wakatu)
and Brewers Delight (East Coast IPA with Pineapple, Galaxy, Citra & Zythos!) Join us and #GetSome#CincyBeer
Remember I said pick your HARD?!!!!
Mines was food... If it wasn't greasy and fried and taters and onions and fatback meat and all the goodness us SOUTHERNERS prefer..... I didn't want it.... it wasn't until I was almost to a point where my doctor was about to put me on meds for diabetes and the fact that my kids didn't even recognize anything but my voice on a home recording...... that I made my decision to live a healthier lifestyle..... what's YOUR HARD.... It may be food, it may be gambling, drinking, etc,etc..... my question is WHEN ARE YOU GONNA BE TIRED OF BEING SICK AND TIRED????? You have to do something at some time...... why not now....... Take YOU back..... find YOU again... And see how good it feels ... whether you're letting go of someone or something that's holding you back.... JUST DO IT!!!! YOUR FUTURE SELF WILL THANK YOU FOR IT!!!!
Excellent white wine for you: 2015 Grosjean Petite Arvine Vigne Rovettaz Vallée d’Aoste. 🇮🇹 Gee, studying for the Wine Scholars Guild exam is fun. 👍🏻
#TastingNotes: Light color of yellow-green tinges, aromas of orange pith, honey-roasted almonds and hawthorn flowers. Really comes together on the palate; mineral finish; much sharper on its own than with cuisine. Paired it with a creamy zucchini pasta and pork chops with apples (just throwing some shit together tonight) and it is definitely a gastronomy wine: humble enough to let the food shine. We had a good laugh tonight translating the label: Grosjean Frères Petite Arvine = Fat John Brothers Small Arvine. 😆 Say it a few times fast!
Valle d’Aosta/Vallée d’Aoste is increasingly interesting to me as a wine buyer. The wines are clear, vibrant and compelling. They’re backstory — alpine terraced vineyards under the soaring peaks of Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn — make them all the more beguiling. Get some.