Today we are proud to host the Session. Each month a bunch of beer bloggers from near and far focus on one particular topic. It’s like a big conversation about a particular item of interest to beer lovers. The Session takes place on the first Friday of each month. Today’s topic: Growlers Galore. See our original post announcing the Session. Big thanks to everyone the contributed to this month’s Session.
The Session is the brainchild of the Brookston Beer Bulletin. Visit their website to see a listing of all past sessions.
So here we go. Let’s talk about growlers:
Dean W. at www.mynorthwest.com tells us about a brewery with an exceptional focus on growler fills.
Mountain Beer at NW Peaks Brewery
Focus On The Beer recently completed a series of posts on growlers. See their posts about growlers.
Happily Hopped chimes in about the virtues of growlers. http://happilyhopped.wordpress.com/2012/02/03/the-session-60-growlers-galore/
Growlers and Growler Laws Across the US – from the Family Far Afield.
From north of the border, a Canadian perspective from A Good Beer Blog – The 64 oz Jug is Considered.
Jeff, who occasionally cross-posts on the Washington Beer Blog as “Growler Guy,” says that every growler has a story. Today he share some of them in his post: Every Growler has a Story.
Thirsty in Seattle explains his opinion in a post titled Why Growlers Suck. I suppose he has some good points.
The Tale of Ale tells us about the use of growlers in Ireland.
Growlers Galore, from Beersay, explains a bit about what “growler” means in England.
Another Irish perspective, this time from the Beer Nut: Grrr
Beerbeque presents an amusing perspective on How to Train Your Growler.
Check out our story about safely transporting growlers.
Protecting Your Precious Cargo: Growler on Board
This is an exceptionally cool and efficient means of filling growlers.
From Russia with Love: Growlers of Local Beer
Our guest blogger, Growler Guy, has some thoughts about taking beer to the big game.
Tailgating with Washington beer