We had originally planned to visit the trendy Over The Rhine neighborhood in Cincinnati, eat dinner, have drinks, and walk around. Unfortunately we only ended up having drinks at one bar and dinner, as we were called back home because… Continue Reading
My third and final go around sampling from Braxton’s Brewery located in Covington Kentucky is the Twisted Bit Dortmunder Lager. Finally, a lager! This lager pours smoothly into a light copper color with a nice lacing to it. The body… Continue Reading
I remembered to bring my longer lens this time on our trip to the Cincinnati Zoo. Admittedly I was pretty bummed that I forgot to bring it when I visited the Columbus Zoo a few weeks ago but I think… Continue Reading
It has been awhile since I’ve tied any flies. Probably too long to be honest. I’ve had every intention of getting out the vise but just haven’t been feeling it, until last night. There’s just something about tying flies… Continue Reading
A lone silver carp was found in the Calumet River, roughly 9 miles away from Lake Michigan and beyond the electric barrier that is supposed to keep the Great Lakes safe from invasion. What’s odd though is that after discovery… Continue Reading
My second tasting from Braxton Brewing is the 1957 All Star Ale, a limited specialty release. Dark caramel in color with a light carbonation, it boasts a fairly meager foam head that fades quickly. Aroma is of stale coffee and… Continue Reading
Check out the Kentucky Fly Fisher, the newsletter of my home fly fishing club, the Northern Kentucky Fly Fishers. There’s even a piece about me in it. Click HERE to read it.
Braxton’s Crank Shaft is an India Pale Ale brewed out of Covington, Kentucky. It is one of the few microbreweries on this side of the river as opposed to Cincinnati which is on the north end and home to quite… Continue Reading