Splendor and glory are yours if you can answer one riddle: when were you born?
Saving the Earth One Beer at a Time. It’s hard work, but somebody has to do it. In our case, it’s the Tribrid-Bioreactor in our backyard, put there by Purpose Energy. It converts our brewing waste into biogas that powers our brewery. It also produces a healthy amount of Brew Doo, which makes great fertilizer. http://ift.tt/Xp9pUz
The Nines have aligned! Happy 9/9! Today we celebrate the only Not Quite Pale Ale in the universe by, well, drinking some. If you’re celebrating with us, show us your 9s! http://ift.tt/1tr3UPk
Some mornings, you just need a little coffee to get your day going. #collabotation #craftbeer http://ift.tt/1CJmIj6
The Dream Machine team is currently home in Burlington. This weekend, they hit up the South End Art Hop and they’ll be partying on Church St all night this Tuesday for 9/9. http://ift.tt/WvIsxJ
Polls a reopen at the annual South End Art Hop in Burlington. Five label designs from local artists remain to be voted upon by the art hopping public. Winner goes on bombers of next year’s Art Hop Ale! #btv #arthop http://ift.tt/1oOmw7R
The Wilhelm Scream is a legendary sound effect heard in more than 200 films since its creation in 1951, for the movie, Distant Drums. Since then, it’s been used in Star Wars, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Team America: World Police, Poltergeist, Tropic Thunder, Man of Steel and many more.
This could be a good time to post up in front of the TV with some friends, a case of Wilhelm Scream and a list of your favorite movies in which this famous call is featured.
Since the Scream is typically heard with a bad guy present, make a little game out of it and take a sip from your Wilhelm every time the bad guy appears.