Beer Review – Sixpoint Craft Ales Autumnation


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As winter fast approaches and another fall winds down, I find myself with my last can of Autumnation and have finally gotten around to a review. Autumnation is the latest release from Sixpoint Craft Ales out of Brooklyn, NY. This is a special release pumpkin ale, and since I was looking for a good autumn seasonal to share at Continue reading

Beer Review – Blue Point Brewing Company RastafaRye Ale


While out to lunch the other day, we stopped at Dominick’s Side Door Pub in Chalfont, PA. From the outside, the small strip mall looks unimpressive, but that look is quite deceiving. Not only do they serve great pizza and cheesesteaks, but the beer list is tremendous. Now I’m not as high on rye as the Wookie, but I have found that it Continue reading

Beer Review – Keegan Ales Old Capital


On a recent trip to NY, I ventured out to find a local beer to bring back to the fellow Dancers. Without any research, I picked up two sixes from Keegan Ales of Continue reading

Beer Review – Keegan Ales Hurricane Kitty


On a recent trip to NY, I ventured out to find a local beer to bring back to the fellow Dancers. Without any research, I picked up two sixes from Keegan Ales of Continue reading

Beer Review – Captain Lawrence Brewing Company’s Captain’s Reserve Imperial IPA


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On a trip with the family to NY, we stopped in Tarrytown and grabbed lunch at Horsefeathers. While the children opted for their usual chicken fingers and my better half selected a turkey burger, I went for the Old English. The Old English is a burger with cheddar cheese and Continue reading

Two Days in Manhattan Part I – Day One


Mrs. G-LO and I celebrated our anniversary the same way that we did last year, by spending a weekend in Manhattan. Since she’s a VERY thorough travel planner, we had a full itinerary which included food, a museum, more food, nap time, more food, drinks, food again, more drinks, and maybe even a Broadway show. There was only one problem… we only had 48 hours to get it all done! Thanks to NJ Transit running on time and a decent weather forecast (it rained the entire weekend last year), we were checked in to our hotel and ready to hit the streets by 11:30AM of Day 1.  Continue reading