There are two particularly awesome things about being a craft beer fan in 2020. One, the choices today are more plentiful than ever. And two, you can get at-home beer delivery!
Summer 2020 has flown on by, and so have a myriad of warm-weather brews. As breweries gear up for fall and the more snuggly sippers that come with it, Tavour takes a look back on the thirst-quenching types of beer that dominated the past few months:
You’re familiar with the Pale Ale, and you should be. India Pale Ales are among the most popular beer styles right now! Their lower ABV American Pale Ale cousins (usually just called “Pale Ales”) aren’t doing too shabby either — Toppling Goliath’s Pseudo Sue holds top scores on rating sites around the globe.
We’re halfway through August and pumpkin spice drinks are already popping up. But this year, it’s not Starbucks or other coffee shops who are early. Craft breweries are taking everyone’s favorite fall flavors and weaving them into delightful seasonal beers!
From creamy Milkshake IPAs to a baker’s menagerie of Pastry Stouts, it feels like craft fans have more to choose from than ever before! Still, the abundance has also led to some confusion, especially when it comes to seemingly simple terms like “Lager” and “Ale.”
Wilmington, North Carolina is what CraftBeer.com calls one of “America’s Beeriest Beach Towns.”
It wasn’t always this way. When John and Michelle Savard moved back to their hometown in 2012, the local beer scene consisted of one small brewery, a few bars, and whatever the grocery stores were stocking.
Once upon a time, The History Channel served as an educational resource with historical documentaries and worldly information shows. Then the 2000s came along, and reality TV exploded...
One of the things that makes the Shrek franchise so great is its modern humor and frequent references to pop culture.
Now in its 17th season, Say Yes to the Dress remains one of TLC's biggest reality show hits. The series premiered in 2007 and has since spawned not one, but seven, spinoff shows, not to mention transformed the New York bridal salon where it takes place into a popular tourist destination.
It's no secret that looking good and staying on trend don't always coincide with being comfortable. Fortunately, fashion and lifestyle blogger Cara Fries is working to change all that with her website, Marvelous in the Midwest.
Pop culture aficionados have been gathering items that embody their interests and favorite time periods for the past 100 years. From images to action figures, geeky collectibles often become cherished items that can bring joy for generations. Unsurprisingly, many of these items can become extremely valuable as time goes on. And no, we're not talking about sentimental worth.
*Spoiler Alert! This article mentions events that took place in the latest episodes of Season 5 of Vikings*
There's something to be said about fan theories. Having just completed its fifth season, the History Channel's Vikings series realized the longtime fan theories that Björn would eventually become king of Kattegat and that Hvitserk would turn against Ivar. Even more notably, however, the series all but confirmed the popular theory that Rollo is actually Björn's real father. While fans wi...
The Star Wars franchise has a lot going on across its films, books, video games, animated series and, of course, the overwhelming amount of merchandise. Whether it's part of the main canon or not, it all includes healthy doses of sci-fi, fantasy, action, romance, adventure and, at many times, pure and utter nonsense.