Category Archives: Brew and View

Brew And View Christmas Edition- Bad Santa!

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Your vote counts!It’s the holiday season which brings upon a time of year that people embrace their families and spend time with each other more so than any other time of the year.  It’s a great season, and spending time with the family is something to look forward too and embrace.  But let’s face it, the Christmas holiday can really drive you nuts, right? All of the sudden you have to re-budget your life to buy gifts for people you’re only moderately interested in getting…

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Beer Porn

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Your vote counts!Featured Contributor Matt  @SportsNCraftBeer Beer Porn.  You’ve heard the term. Maybe you’ve even used it. It’s all about the tantalizing picture of beer poured perfectly into its vessel waiting to be consumed…and enjoyed. I’d argue – most of the time – that it has nothing to do with the narcissistic nature that accompanies most social media posts. Instead, it’s akin to a kid showing off his new toys..”Look what I got!.” More than that, it’s an appreciation of craft, of good beer, and…

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Brew and View #2 : Animal House

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Your vote counts!There really aren’t a whole lot of movies that are more closely associated with the idea of a “drinking movie” than the 1978 comedy classic Animal House.  Animal House became the movie that introduced us to John Belushi as a film star while simultaneously making us fall in love with the toga party and also producing some of the most iconic scenes in comedy history. The movie takes place at Faber College and focuses on the Delta Frat house.  The lovable Delta’s take us on…

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Brew and View #1 – Shaun of The Dead

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Your vote counts!  It’s late October and it’s the time of the year that hunkering down with a good beer and a movie is one of the best ways to spend a chilly fall evening.  With Halloween upon us it seems only right that we kick off the Sommbeer Brew and View series with a Halloween favorite.  In 2004 Edgar Wright made his directorial debut by pumping out a classic romantic comedy, with zombies. The movie in question of course is Shaun of the Dead.…

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