This would normally be the section where I'd tell you my favorite band and all that. But I honestly don't have a favorite band. It'd be like me having a bunch of kids and picking one that I like best. Well, I don't have a bunch of kids, but you uget my point. Here are some things I do like though. I like that I get to wear jeans to work every day if I want to. I like talking with people about music. I love you, but I don't love pictures of your kids, your cats, or your family vacations. And I don't care what you had for breakfast or what kind of mood you're in. That's why I'm not on Facebook. I love whiskey. I love college football. I love my DVR. I love the screened porch on the back of my house. I love live music of pretty much any kind.
I went to the University Of Georgia where I learned that I didn't want a "real" job. I've been in radio for over 10 years now. I figure by the time Delilah is old enough to retire, I'll be primed to take her spot playing Michael Bolton and Kenny G. Anything else you want to know about me, just ask. Here's my e-mail addy.
This combines two of our favorite things!! Thanks to Paste Magazine...
Girl Scout Cookie season isn’t over until last call.
A San Francisco brewery and cafe has brewed and made available five beers that are inspired by Girl Scout Cookie flavors, according to SF Weekly.
Cevercería de MateVeza’s cookie beer collection includes: a peanut butter cream ale (Do-Si-Dos), a peppermint porter (Thin Mints), a shortbread golden ale (Trefoils), a salted chocolate stout with peanut butter (Peanut Butter Patties) and a Belgian dubbel with coconut and cocoa nibs (Samoas).
In an interview with the San Francisco Brewers Guild, Jim Woods, a co-owner of Cevercería de MateVeza, talked about how the flavors of each cookie beer had been developed and assures beer lovers that though the beers are “on the sweeter side,” they are “not overly cloying.”
The beers were first made available on Friday and are served with their respective cookie.