It has finally happened. Mean Girls fanatics rejoice, because October 3rd falls on a Wednesday this year- which means if you aren’t drinking pink, you can’t sit with us. To honor this occasion, we’ve paired some totally grool grub with pink drinks to celebrate the day.
Raise your hand high if there is no shame in your pumpkin spice game. We welcome you to the club, because we’re pro-spice around here (haters, the back button is at the top left).
It’s been 13 years since “podcast” was deemed word of the year by the Oxford Dictionary, but we’re right smack in the middle of a podcast renaissance, people. This rebirth of a audio concept has ushered in a new era of addictive content, without all the effort of reading an article or sifting through you bookmarks to find where you left off. With over 550,000 podcasts to choose from, the only thing required to enjoy is a curious mind. Which brings us to the wine.
Ah, Sam Adams, an iconic American name, if controversial. Are they craft, aren’t they craft? Once you taste their 2018 Oktoberfest, you’ll realize it really doesn’t matter because they can brew a consistently complex beer.
If you think there’s only one staple in beer connoisseur’s Oktoberfest stash, think again. Hofbrauhaus is the world-famous Bavarian brew that whets almost anyone’s appetite for a boot full of the liquid gold.
For the first interview of our Oktoberfest, we’re going deep with Erdinger Weissbrau. With 130 years of brewing under their belts, Erdinger is pretty much the staple German brew you’ll find at most pubs and in most pints at beer halls, like Hollerbach’s Willow Tree Café pictured below.
As summer turns to autumn (well, a less hot version of summer that we call autumn), preferences go from pilsners and weissbier to something a little bolder... a little more German. Oktoberfest officially starts today and we’re polishing our beer steins faster than you can saw Bratwurst.
Whether you’re a stone-age cable viewer or a steadfast streamer, there is a fair chance that at least one of your favorite shows is nominated for an Emmy. Let’s say that your prized program is snubbed – you should still tune in watch the 70th Emmy Awards because it is bound to be entertaining. With this star-studded event being hosted by SNL’s Michael Che and Colin Jost (known for the Weekend Update segment,) rest assured their monologue will be packed with provoking political jests, a few sitcom slams and one guaranteed Roseanne roast.