There is a rumor going around that fall flavored beer is already out on store shelves. Apparently some beer drinkers are upset because they think that summer isn’t over yet. These beer lovers don’t want to even see a fall flavored beer until the leaves start to fall. However, I love fall, and would be thrilled to have pumpkin spice beer in the middle of July if I could get it.
Just because the weather gets a little colder soon, doesn’t mean that Missoula and Western Montana close the blinds and hibernate for the winter. In fact, the opposite is true. There is just as much to enjoy about our fair city when the snow flies, as when the sun shines 20 hours a day
Living in Missoula and being surrounded by some of the finest breweries, we are spoiled with a variety of beer. It’s safe to say that we know good beer when we taste it. Besides just brewing great beer, we are also known for creatively naming our beer too
As I have confessed to you before, I am not a big football fan. There are many aspects of the game that I don’t understand, that don’t make sense to me, or that just plain bore me. I don’t understand why they stop the clock after some plays, but not after others. How does a game that has four 15 minute quarters last for three hours on average?
This summer I have slowly been trying to de-clutter my house and garage. My grand plan is to have a huge garage sale at the end of the summer when I’ve been through everything we own and deciphered if it is worthy enough to take up space in our lives.
We Missoulians love our beer. Could this be because we love to support our local breweries? Or is it just because we enjoy beer period, no matter where it’s brewed? I think it is both. We just love beer. But are we different than the rest of the state? Do all Montanans love beer as much as we Missoulians do?
For those of us who love the guilty pleasure that McDonald’s food is, we have an answered prayer. According to New York Post columnist Kyle Smith, the McDouble is a wonderful way to eat healthy for cheap.
Did you know that just a few miles west of Missoula sits a whitewater rafters dream? Yes, the Alberton Gorge is home to class II and class III rapids. This stretch of whitewater boasts five major rapids, and numerous smaller rapids. Not only is this a whitewater lover’s dream, it is just plain fun for anyone.
With all the barbecues and parties I’ve been to this summer, I’ve tasted many types of dip. There is the always famous 7-layer dip, plain salsa, cheese and salsa and the ever beloved sour cream dip. It’s always the same few dips popping up at every party.
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