Let me first say this… I’m 21, almost 22 years old. Yes, I know what a landline is. And yes, I remember dial up internet. LOL, and yes you are so funny for assuming I’ll never understand the struggles you went through. I hear so many stories that begin with, “Well back in my day…”… Read more »
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aka The Horse's Mouth
Making our thoughts known via letters, words and pictures, rife with typos and references to tacos.
*Originally written by Hailey Roe As a newbie to the Iron Horse world many of you may not know yet, so I will take a moment to introduce myself; my name is Hailey and I am going to cosmetology school while working at [ the pub ]. While brainstorming blogs, a suggested idea was something… Read more »
There are a lot of great beverages offered throughout this county and plenty of great places to consume them. Whether it is a great glass of Washington wine with dinner at your favorite Kittitas county restaurant, a homemade specialty cocktail at the party for the big game or a delicious Iron Horse beer at your… Read more »
*Originally written by Kevin Camarillo Watch for the secret password to access the secret item on the secret menu. Available the rest of September.
Growing up with two older brothers meant that I was constantly fighting an uphill battle to out do them in anything I could. It’s not like we were ultra-competitive; we just never wanted to lose at anything. To this day, everything that we do is a competition. About 2 years ago, my middle brother… Read more »
So I’ve worked at Iron Horse for right around six years and I have seen some shit happen that makes you want to walk away and cry in a corner. There is a lot that can happen when working with beer. Spills, wrong mash-in’s, valves being left open, the wrong tank being packaged… the list… Read more »
Recruitment is never an easy task. Regardless of position, the process is usually a long one in order to ensure that you are filling said position with the best possible candidate available. The obstacles that can get in the way of easily finding the perfect fit can include, but aren’t limited to, any or all… Read more »
So I’m still sort of new to IHB, (hi, nice to meet you!) but I’m certainly not new to beer. I’ve traveled quite a bit and it seems beer has been the only consistently present factor throughout my travels. My experience of becoming acquainted with beer parallel a lot of important lessons I’ve had to… Read more »
It’s that time of the year again. Where the casual football fan transforms into the second coming of Vince Lombardi. Countless hours of research and analysis are later outplayed by the sheer luck of the auto pick strategy. For someone that enjoys Fantasy Football simply because of office interaction and company moral, it’s amazing what… Read more »
Everyone is at least a little bit basic, yes even men. It’s impossible not to be, humans have been on Earth for about 200,000 years, there’s nothing new under the sun, you’re just like everybody else, you’re a basic bitch. If you’re not familiar with the term basic bitch (or simply “basic”) it can be… Read more »
*Originally written by Kevin Camarillo Watch for the secret password to access the secret item on the secret menu. Available the entire month of August.
On this episode, we sample Night Shift Ever Weisse AND Logsdon Cerasus, we talk about Battlefield v. Call of Duty, all-time video game experiences, and the best of Thanksgiving.
On this episode, I sit down with Chief Jargon Officer Dane Williams and go over Iron Horse’s 2018 plans while enjoying some Party Guy sour session ale from Hermit Thrush, a Brattleboro, VT brewery
*Originally written by Taylor Castillo who quit Freshman year in college is an interesting time to say the least. You’re no longer under the scrutiny of your parents, you create your own class schedule (which means no classes before 10 a.m.), and you get to experience your first traumatic hangover. Before turning 21, I absolutely… Read more »
Billy is an IHB market manager. He is in charge of selling our beer on the Washington west coast. He sells beer, to beer buyers which are bar managers, restaurant owners etc. The following is a conversation he has far too often when he’s out in the field. Billy: Hello [buyer], my name is Billy… Read more »
I have nothing. Well I have other things, but I currently don’t have the ability to create any original content. This is strange to me, mostly because I spent/wasted four years in undergrad majoring in English. As you could imagine, a fair amount of creative writing is required to complete a BA in English, yet,… Read more »
*Originally written by Ashley Stevens who quit In the time that I have been apart of the Iron Horse cousin-hood, I have met people that have left impressions on my heart for life. Starting out as a server at [ the pub ] I was forced to listen to other people’s stories, problems and dreams…… Read more »
Distribution is going to be central to my rant today. Even in the most mature craft markets, AB, MillerCoors and the rest of the global megaconglomerate corporate breweries make up at least 60% of wholesalers revenue stream. Good job, because I know you just assumed that in most markets those suppliers make up more than… Read more »
I have a weird memory. I can remember my phone number from 5th grade 509.555.5701, but I can’t remember someone’s name from a year ago. Last year on August 15th, we held our first ever Dirtbag Carnival at the production facility. I remember there was a hot dog eating contest, carnival games (like blow-dart balloon… Read more »
Drinking while playing sports is generally discouraged, but if you’re creative enough you can find ways to incorporate beer into your athletic training without getting smashed. Check out this roller derby video for inspiration. Then get out there and show us how you incorporate Iron Horse beer into your training or everyday life. Please note, only… Read more »