Thursday, January 3, 2013

Six-Pack Recap

Six-Pack Recap
6 Beers to try this year

In case you are new to this blog or just popping in to browse, I do a thing now and then and post about  new beer I've been enjoying.  I'm sure I'm not the only one that gets overwhelmed when walking into the Foodery or Ultimo or other places where you can build your own six-pack.  So many choices!

The six beers listed above are all ones that I've blogged about in the past, so consider this a recap.  Everytime I post about 6 new beers, I'll do a Six-Pack Recap in the event you are heading out and trying to decide on what to try next.  In each post you are linked to Beer Advocate and you can read in more detail about each brewery and beer type from enthusiasts. 

Click on the link to be directed to each individual post...

1. Southern Tier: IPA
2. Saranac: Pumpkin Ale
3. Smuttynose: Pumpkin Ale
4. Weyerbacher: Imperial Pumpkin Ale
5. Harpoon: Winter Warmer
6. Lancaster: Winter Warmer Ale

For crafty ways to carry your six-pack...follow the jump
The 6 Packer
The 6 Packer - a lasercut 6 pack glass bottle holder

"The 6 Packer is constructed of 3/16" thick laser cut ply wood and assembled with 4-40 1/2" screws and nuts. The bottle holes will accept anything from the run of the mill long neck bottles to IBCs to short chubby craft beer bottles. The 6 Packer ships unassembled and includes all wood pieces and screw & nuts. A small phillips head screwdriver is required for assembly."


Reusable Beer/Soda Carton

"Featured in Real Simple Magazine, and in Wired and in the Beer West Magazine 2012 Gift Guide, selected by Core77 as of 77 Must-Haves for Hard Times for 2011, and chosen by Chilango Magazine as one of 5 Objetos de Deseo."
"This study, reusable six-pack is perfect for those who want to transport their bottles in classic style. Composed of leather rings riveted together and riveted to a central masonite handle. I designed the leather rings to create a "basket" around the masonite handle, and spaced wide enough to reveal the bottle labels.
Available in tan brown, dark brown, or black."
For those of you interested in the beer CAN

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