Another important announcement: August 7 is IPA Day.
Yep, another beer-related day of celebration, a mere week after the first one!
According to this post on craftbeer.com, August 7 signals the return of IPA Day. The article suggests that if you are going to celebrate IPA Day, to use the hashtag #IPAday. Also, pics or it didn’t happen. Remember that. It’s important. It means something.
What’s your favorite IPA?
I’ve had many that I’ve enjoyed, but when I reach for one without thinking, I usually end up with a Harpoon IPA.
New project: Pairing a particular style of beer with a specific James Bond movie. We’ll go in order. First up: Dr. No.
007’s first cinematic adventure graced the screen in 1962, directed by Terence Young. The film starred Sean Connery as James Bond, the British super-spy created by novelist Ian Fleming.
Bond is sent to Jamaica to investigate the deaths of two MI6 agents, and uncovers a plot by Dr. No (Joseph Wiseman) to destroy the American space program. The film features many things that would become staples of the series, from the line, “Bond… James Bond” to the beautiful “Bond girls” and the opening gun barrel sequence. Continue reading Licensed to Brew: “Dr. No”→