Whether it’s your own dad, or someone in your life resembling a father figure, let’s pay tribute to them as being the #UltraDad this Father’s Day and share a beer with them.
Food & Drink
Beer and whiskey go together like peanut butter and jelly, so it’s only natural for my favorite boilermaker pairing to sponsor a big beer event. This year, Jameson Caskmates Irish Whiskey has announced that they will be the first spirits sponsor of the 2018 Great American Beer Festival (GABF).
No matter big or small, food or technology, we all take things for granted. For example, those delicious little treats you might find on your favorite cookie or ice cream cone. Sprinkles are such a common dessert addition, but have you ever wondered how they’re made?
When it comes to summer, it’s safe to say that I get pretty excited about everything that comes with it. Great weather, backyard parties, vacations, hanging by the water, cooking and eating outside—I know I can’t be alone. While I’ve always been this way, I have to note something interesting I noticed about how the season is enjoyed after making my move to Los Angeles oh so many years ago: the locale specifics.
Another year, another Father’s Day. Don’t get Dad the same ol’ gift of socks and ties he probably won’t wear. Personalize something special for him, perhaps even something you can partake in together.
When you hear someone talk about their healthy lifestyle, rarely will you hear them mention their diet consisting of the occasional beer. What you will hear, however, is the complaints that they can’t enjoy an adult beverage without feeling like they set themselves back a few days after working out hard.
If you live in the United States, there’s a chance you’ve never heard of an amazing Spanish red wine varietal called Tempranillo. But just because it’s not on your radar doesn’t mean it isn’t noteworthy. Believe it or not, Tempranillo is actually one of the top 5 most popular grapes grown in the world and the MOST popular in Spain.