When it comes to New Years Eve nothing beats New York City. You can do the traditional Time Square ball drop like all the rest or you can go big and really enjoy the night they way it should be. Our friends at The Dream Downtown & special guest host Macklemore will show you the way, so if you’re going to be in NYC for New Years Eve or just want to try something new this year check them out. Believe us there is nothing better than rolling in the New Year from the top. Get you tickets while they are still available!
We really don’t know who comes up with these numbers, fact or rumors for these infographics, but they might be pulling it out of their asses. We enjoy craft beer like most and the only thing that we have in common with the chart is the word Drinker.
We think the Ommegang Brewery just wants to tease the fans of Game of Thrones. Take back the Black Stout just came out and they already have another brew geared up for the new season of Game of Thrones in Spring 2014. Fire and Blood Red Ale was unveiled at the Great American Beer Festival to the public and showed the brew will come with three different labels. I can already see the hunting to collect all three bottles of this new edition to their line up.
While fumbling on the web we stumbled across Grog Tag, a company dedicated to helping the little guy in his brewing efforts. Whether you’re making some wine, brewing a small batch of beer for bottling or even enough to keg you’ll need to brand it somehow. Grog Tag, we salute you in your efforts to support small business. More info here: GrogTag.com
We found this info graphic and we really don’t know where they got there info from, but we are pretty sure if it isn’t a craft beer coming from the tap then most people in NY & NJ are drinking either PBR, Schaefer and Coors. Blue Moon and Sam Adams seems to be far off for the top beers in NY or NJ so we don’t know accurate this map really is.