May is the month of rebirth and the perfect time for outdoor celebrations. From Graduations to Mother’s Day, it seems that every weekend fills up quickly. Delaware and the surrounding area have a number of traditional events that many look forward to each year.
There’s nothing more American than Baseball and Beer. They just go together. With opening day just a few days behind us and the Phillie’s home opener against the Padres coming up next Monday, we thought a little discussion of how beer offerings at baseball stadiums across the nation have changed since the beginning of time.
With stadium names such as Miller Park, Coors Field and Anheuser-Busch, it clear that beer has big presence in baseball. Sipping an ice cold beer and watching a baseball game on a hot summer day has long been one of America’s favorite past-times.
I’m so excited that spring is almost here. The birds are singing their sweet melodies and the morning dew has replaced the icy frost on lawns and cars. That makes me want to celebrate the arrival of warmer days ahead.
What better way to celebrate than using the flavors of spring, such as mint, mango, ginger, strawberry and raspberry to concoct a little spring in a glass. Spring cocktails should be mixed with these in-season fresh ingredients – it’s the optimal way to welcome the season of rebirth!
Simply put … it’s the Yeast.
I like just about any kind of beer that has flavor whether it is an ale or lager. I’m not particularly biased in either direction. If you’re like me, the difference between lager and ale is diluted. But there are many people out there searching for the answer to this question. So I did a little digging and here’s the dirt…