It used to be the case that GoPro videos were mostly used to showcase amazing feats of sport or take us on a flight with an eagle, but now you can see first-hand how craft beer is made.
I realize I’m biased, but I like the beer-making just a bit more.
On the other end of the spectrum we have craft beer tourism as a means of predicting football games. I wish the video had links to each of the beers & brewers, but it’s a fun feature. I hope it’s a weekly thing this year.
Until next hump day, have a beer for me!
Koan: I got lost IN this run, not ON this run. , Avg Cadence:79, 5.14 miles, 00:44:54, 90 °F, 0mph N, 38%
Elapsed time: 45 minutes, 24 seconds
Activity name: More “turtle, turtle” than “rabbit, rabbit”., Avg Cadence:80, 4.52 miles, 00:38:56, 90 °F, HI: 95 °F, 8mph S, 52%
Elapsed time: 39 minutes, 6 seconds
Does craft beer contradict itself?
Can the same movement that chastises folks as “wussies” for enjoying “fizzy, yellow beer” also embrace the popularity and acceptance that those drinkers might deliver them?
If that brewer is Wild Heaven and that beer is Emergency Drinking Beer, the answer is a resounding yes. The story of their flagship beer, its striking yellow can and the success it has brought them is worth a read.
On the flip side of that argument is To ØL out of Denmark. Their brewers actually made freeze-dried beer, which is about as crafty as you can get. Some might even say hipster-y.
So, yes, craft beer is full of contradictions. It’s full of real people making a real product they want to share with others.
Craft beer is large and getting larger, it contains multitudes.
Today’s Running Koan: Pro tip: running with amateur NCAA athletes motivates you (Just ran 4.46 miles in 00:37:25) from http://twitter.com/mostlymuppet