Posted By Zach on Sunday, 28 April 2013 18:30
With the new season of Mad Men now part of the way down, might as well roll out a new drinking game. Like with The Walking Dead, this is more focused on the characters that are known in season 6. It would be a little pointless to have drinks for Lane. So, take a look and feel free to add your own. I'm sure we missed some good ones. Enjoy playing this one with your favorite cocktail!
Posted By Zach on Wednesday, 06 March 2013 22:33
Surprisingly we’ve never done a review of Schlitz, so what better place to start than a bottle of the “Classic 1960s Formula” as it says on the bottle. That whole marketing campaign is kind of like making the throwback Pepsi that doesn’t use shitty high fructose corn syrup and is called throwback. Basically, they are saying that they sucked balls except for 40 years ago, so let’s try that! But I digress; let’s see what Schlitz holds for us after the break.Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 March 2013 22:33
Posted By Zach on Sunday, 17 February 2013 21:35We finally decided to put out our version of The Walking Dead drinking game. Since this bad ass series moves so quickly, we figured it would be better to keep it per season instead of trying to cover everything for the entire series. Hopefully the game gets you good and drunk, but not wasted. The full game is after the break. Enjoy!
Posted By Zach on Wednesday, 30 January 2013 22:32
Ken got the privilege of doing the initial review of Bud Light Lime some time ago, so I guess it falls to me to review Lime-A-Rita. Lucky me! Can’t say I’ve actually had a regular Bud Light Lime, so who knows on this crap. I suppose it is a bit promising with 8% alcohol, but it is only in an 8-oz can unlike high gravity malts, so it could go either way. Check out the full review after the jump and see what I thought!
Posted By Zach on Monday, 21 May 2012 21:36
Time to review one of the beers I picked up on a recent trip to Denver. While most of what I brought back was Russian River goodness, I decided to grab a beer I’d never had in the form of the Koko Brown Ale from Kona Brewing Company. I like a good nut brown, so I have some expectations going into this review. This is also the first review we’ve done on a beer from Kona, so let’s see what it is all about!Last Updated on Monday, 21 May 2012 21:37
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