Pints & Pedis is an opportunity to share and grow your love of craft beer with like-minded women. Whether you’re been sipping stouts since the ’00s, are learning to love wheat beers or just like to try new things, this event is for you.
While you all know that I am not an athlete, but rather far from it, I will be running/walking the Jersey Mike Rock + Run 5K on April 19. While this event has personal connection for me, it was created both to help heal hearts and encourage a more healthful lifestyle.
Kelly, Sara & Tierney at last year’s race.
Though you may not guess so at first, the craft beer community is quite connected to running. A couple years ago, Kelly wrote about hashing (which is actually a bit more drinking than running), but there are a ton of races that tie-in beer in their big post-parties, including the Harrisburg Mile and the Surf ‘n Santa 10 Miler Sara and Kelly did a few years ago.
This week hasn’t been too exciting for me – I think I’ve spent every evening working (hashtag-self employment). My weekend isn’t much different. I’m looking forward to a relaxing couple of days with minimal plans but plenty “to dos.”
Andy will be fishing, and I have plenty of spring cleaning to do. I want to start some early prep on next month’s community yard sale and get rid of a ton of things taking up space in our house, including a trip to the consignment store.
by: Sara Bozich
Posted: April 1, 2014 Comments are off for this post.
**Congrats to Melissa!**
March was Pennsylvania Wine Trail Month, and now we’ll celebrate our local craft breweries in April.
This is not an April Fool’s joke! The Susquehanna Ale Trail, run by the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau, provides an opportunity for you to explore the local landscape and enjoy brewery tours, tastings and a up-close and personal view of the craft beer industry — in your own backyard.
Pete’s East End features eight beers on tap at a 15-seat bar, complemented by high top tables and 16 TVs for all your sports-watching needs. The dining room seats around 50. Biggi and Wall also added a spacious deck to the restaurant, which seats around 50.
The menu and atmosphere are similar to the New Cumberland location, with a focus on easy-to-please selections like bolis, wings and locally sourced burgers.
Each year we’ll use the same basic saison recipe but will be changing portions to create a unique beer year-to-year.
Tierney’s birthday beer: Saison 27.
Last Friday, we brewed up Saison 27, which we are dubbing “The Year of the Hops.” This year’s version will feature a stronger hopping than the original and includes a strange mystery hop Theo picked up at Scotzin Bros.