Member February? Ooh, I member. An entire season of South Park has been reduced to one amazing joke in my head, I can’t stop it, it took on a life of its own. These posts are where we dig into my phone and reflect on some of the awesome times I had. Maybe you were there for some; maybe you should try to be there this upcoming year, I do tend to have fun!
So there you have my February happenings! Did you do anything awesome in Feb? Let me know!
Sore Eye Sudsmas happened last Saturday night at Societe Brewing. I’m blown away by the generosity of the craft beer community! We helped push Societe over 15,000 lbs for their month long effort (it’s not over yet, get your donations over there).
There’s only one thing I have to say after collecting 3,573 pounds of donated food for the SD Food Bank: “Thank you #SDBeer , you are amazing!”
It’s been a long time since I invented a new type of serial post, so now there’s the Sore Eye Files for you! Here’s the premise, I dig into my phone and find a bunch of pictures to reminisce with you about the awesome and charmed life I get to live. Member January? Oooh, I member. Let’s dig into my phone and see what happened:
First off, if you want to see the Channel 10 piece, click here. Did you like this post, should I continue marching through the months of this year? These are questions for you, the greatest humans on earth, let me know your thoughts, I’m a man on the people.
First off, thank you to the Brewers Association for sending me a copy of this great publication to review; I truly appreciate it! Secondly, breaking news, I do read actual books! I know in this day and age people think that publications are obsolete, however, I still completely enjoy the advantages of having a physical book, namely, you don’t have to worry about a battery running out, the flight attendant can’t make you turn it off, you can bend the corner of pages you want to review in the future, and you can add notes in the margins if you want. Now that we’ve got that out of the way, here’s the official info for this book: