2016 – a Stoutstanding year!

The end of every calendar year brings a certain amount of rear view mirror reflection and windshield resolutions.  This year is no different.  I tend to look back, take stock of successes, failures, and learnings, and commit to improvement during the coming year.  As I look back at my stout life in 2016, this wasContinue reading “2016 – a Stoutstanding year!”

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The Art of the Deal (Stout Trading)

While our President-elect may have written a best selling book about dealing, my guess is that he wasn’t talking about trading craft beer…..and this is the topic for today’s blogpost.   Trading beer is an art and a science;  it’s an art in the fact that one needs to know when to say yes (orContinue reading “The Art of the Deal (Stout Trading)”

A CANniversary!

Today is National Beer Can Appreciation Day.  Apparently canned beer was born on this day in 1935 in Richmond, Virginia (so says Wikipedia).  So the beer can is 81 years old today.  I celebrated by drinking a stout in a can.  I enjoyed a Silverback Stout from The Unknown Brewing Company in Charlotte, NC.  YouContinue reading “A CANniversary!”

Something different….

I’m usually all about Stouts, but my business travels have taken me to Burlington, Vermont over the past couple of years.  Aside from being an incredibly beautiful place, Vermont is also a beer mecca and Burlington is right in the middle of the action.  I was able to visit the hallowed Beverage Warehouse in Winooski,Continue reading “Something different….”