Complex tastes, diehard fans, and cultish obsession with new releases: it's no surprise craft beer and literature go together like, well, writers and alcoholism. Quench your thirst for bookish brews with these five flavors...
An Ale of Two Cities: Whether you're celebrating the best of times or drowning the sorrow of the worst, this full-bodied beer will quench your thirst for Revolution. With bitter notes of social upheaval set against the long-fermented yeast of aristocratic privilege, this is a beer with more character(s) than you can keep track of. For the authentic Dickensian drinking experience, six packs are serialized one bottle at a time.
published by Eric Smith on October 22, 2013 - 9:56am
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Skittles flavored vodka. I repeat, Skittles. Flavored. Vodka.
Recipes like this are why it's great to be a grown-up: sure, fruity candy is tasty, but wouldn't it be better if it were...boozier? This is a great and inexpensive gift for friends who need a pop of color on their bar, or just a fun and easy way to fancy up your cocktails at home. Best of all, it's as simple as pouring things in jars—but it's a two-day process, so plan accordingly.
published by Eric Smith on October 17, 2013 - 12:26pm
"Fetch me another bale of alfalfa!" - Chinchilla Thor
When it comes to Halloween costumes for small critters like ferrets, guinea pigs, and hamsters, your options are somewhat limited. As an owner of an adorable bunny (who was featured in Quirk's craftbook Microcrafts) and a chinchilla (who has yet to make his published book debut, Margaret!) I feel the pain that small animal owners experience around Halloween.
I mean, everyone else gets to dress up their larger pets, their cats and their dogs, in various costumes. I watch them all get posted to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter... all with a rising jealousy in my heart. What about me? What about my need to take pictures of my pets looking adorable?