Salutations, fellow fussy drinkers who like to dissect flavors in their beers! Welcome to the Bacon-Festivus-Beer Extravaganza, with your local Certified Cicerone®. Today’s subject is a personal favorite near and dear to my heart. The true reason I could never be a vegetarian and the reason why Charlotte’s Web was my favorite book as a child…. Read more »
The Horse's Mouth aka a blog about indedpendent beer
Making our thoughts known via letters, words and pictures, rife with typos and references to tacos.
A quick and easy tutorial on chocolate Mocha Death Bundt Cake.
####################### For Immediate Release Iron Horse Brewery Announces Irish Death in 12 oz Cans. Yep. ELLENSBURG, WA (December 09, 2015) Iron Horse Brewery produces a beer you may have heard of that will be available in six pack 12oz cans spring of 2016. Quilter’s Irish Death is already available in 22oz bottles and draught but… Read more »
A quick and easy tutorial on Cozy Sweater cupcakes.
A response to this. My thoughts were elsewhere that night. You thought I was emotional because of our connection but it was so much more. That morning my dog was hit by a passing milk truck and due to her horrific injuries I was forced to put her down myself. You thought that my enigma… Read more »
It’s a common belief that the world of beer is dominated by men, beards, and man buns. Sure, females are few and far between in the craft beer industry, but we are far less uncommon when compared to previous years. Working as a saleswoman has enlightened me as to why this industry could use more… Read more »
Fall is one of my favorite times of year. The days get shorter, the beers get darker, and you can basically eat whatever you want for the next 2 months and call it “bulking.”It’s also a time when people get together and fight seasonal depression by reflecting on what they’re thankful for. Joyous friends, family,… Read more »
There are very few downsides to being tall. Indeed, cars are horrible contraptions made by the jealous vertically challenged, planes are a tall person’s worst nightmare, and hobbit holes are just out of the question, but the perks of extreme height far outweigh the downsides. Fact: when you are tall you are 62% more… Read more »
Because we recently acquired a new German Brewhouse, Head Brewer Tyson and Brewhouse Supervisor Jake traveled to Deutschland earlier this month to “learn about it”…leaving the rest of the production staff behind. Iron Horse Brewer Hannah Hanson documented the creation of a revenge brew on Twitter. Made with some of Tyson’s favorite beer ingredients (pumpkin,… Read more »
Why consolidation is bad for Craft Beer and why you should actively sabotage brands that have sold out. It undermines the craft movement Craft beer, in the mind of the consumer, is made by small, independent brewers in small batches. And no, this is not my opinion, this is the opinion of 1,000 craft… Read more »
It’s not the thought that counts. You thought your gesture was harmless, but when you offered me a beer and I accepted, I offered you a piece of my heart. You thought that being enigmatic was an excuse to not take time to notice what made our encounter special. You let your past, your pride,… Read more »
The holiday season calls for helping people in the community. Every year we facilitate the Cozy Community Fund. This fund benefits deserving families/individuals within Kittitas County. Our goal is to raise $5,000 to make a lasting impact on three families this year. Kittitas County has demonstrated time and again that as a community we work… Read more »
Although the days of shot-gunning light beer are only a few years ago for me (or this past weekend, since shot-gunning is acceptable during football season), those days are quickly fading away in the millennials’ rear-view mirrors. As millennials leave school and enter the workforce, our pockets deepen, our tastes change, and we become open… Read more »
Halloween is a great time for people to express their inner weirdo. As for myself, it’s definitely my favorite holiday. I personally like to channel my inner Marty. Halloween weekend is when he is most accepted throughout the community. Marty likes three things– beer, partyin’, and his best friend, Steve. Although Marty may seem tough,… Read more »
I saw a posting the other day on one of the brewers forums where somebody was asking how much rice hulls to put in the mash to solve a slow runoff problem caused by mashing with pumpkins. I thought to myself, “I know how to solve this problem. Start with throwing the squash in the… Read more »
Catch up with the family. Drew Grannemann, Seattle Area Sales Rep Least favorite style of beer: Gluten Free Vegan Friendly Pumpkin Ale infused with Cinnamon. Middle Name: Michael What you wish your middle name is: Lazer Favorite past-time: Swiping right on Tinder. First Kiss: Eyes. Wide. Open. Who do you look like: If Emma Watson… Read more »
Idaho?! No, U-da—O.K. we won’t go there. Being an Idahoan (Idahoer? Idahoian?) there is nothing I enjoy more than bragging about what an amazing and beautiful place this is while simultaneously making bad jokes about it. I’m sure other Idaho natives have the same feelings.. To get to the real point of this blog post,… Read more »
For Immediate Release Iron Horse Brewery Announces Entry into New Market Iron Horse Beer is available in Boise, That’s the New Market the headline was referring to. You’re welcome. ELLENSBURG, WA (October 5, 2015) Due to four people requesting an Iron Horse Brewery presence in Boise, ID, they’ve decided to go ahead and do that…. Read more »
####################### For Immediate Release Iron Horse Brewery Announces Cozy Sweater Cans Drinking beer helps other people. It also helps your mouth parts. ELLENSBURG, WA (October 13, 2015) Iron Horse Brewery is announcing that Cozy Sweater is back. The stout is now available in 22oz bottles and, for the first time, six pack 12oz cans. Dark… Read more »