Monthly Archive: July, 2014

Malt Whisky Trail – Giving ‘Scotch’ Ale a Whole New Meaning

 Despite having a brewing tradition which predates distilling by more than 4,400 years, it’s impossible to deny that whisky is Scotland’s national drink. Recognized as one of the finest spirits in the world, Scotch malt whisky… Continue reading

Recipe – Summer Haggis Flatbread

I recently tried Innis & Gunn‘s Malt Whisky Trail, which is a Strong Scottish Ale. Being that it’s currently mid-summer I wanted to make something that would pair nicely with it, but wouldn’t… Continue reading

Beer and Loathing in Rose City

  Thirty-six hours isn’t enough time to even begin to explore the many sights and flavours of the Willamette Valley. Stretching from Eugene, Oregon, in the South, all the way up to Portland, and… Continue reading