"Here and There"
by Clay Moore
and Jay Silvers

Hello fellow beer lovers - it's me, Jay.  Clay is on vacation so once again I get to write
my "Here and There" column.  If you like it please write the webmaster and ask that it
become a regular feature.  Besides, it's more fun than Clay's column.  Just kidding!
Jay Silvers

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Watch the great Elvis movie Jail House Rock while sipping a drink of the same name.  
Here's the recipe:  one ounce Jagemeister and 1/4 ounce of rum into a pint of
pale ale and stir gently.  Goooooood stuff!

Wit beers are great summer thirst quenchers.  However is it fair to say if you've
finished half of your glass you're a half wit??  And when you've emptied your
glass might you be at wit's end??  

You might not be a fan of Corona but you'll love this - mix 12 oz. of lime soda, 1
teaspoon lime juice, 2 teaspoons of confectioner's sugar and a bottle of Corona in a
tall glass over ice. You've just made a
semi-bad beer into a great party drink for non-beer lovers.

Did you know that pale ales got their name from the color of the malt they are
brewed with? Good pale ales are usually balanced with a nice hop finish.

Speaking of Pale Ales, I was just at the Carolina Brewing Company in Holly Springs,
NC and fell in love with their Carolina Pale.  Nice hoppy kick which I love

Beer needs baseball and baseball need beer.

ESB stands for Extra Special Bitter but it's not bitter.  It's usually a pale ale with an
ABV under 5%.  A bit wimpy for USA hop heads but still a great style.

Heard this toast at my local last night- "May the roof above us never fall in.  And
those gathered beneath it never fall out.?

Hops are used in Julmust, a carbonated soda like drink in 'Sweden and Malta, a
Latin American soft drink.  Some herbal sedatives also use it.

Next time you have a bottle of Vienna lager match it with some steamed
asparagus drizzled with sesame oil and lemon juice.  Great!

Thought of the day:  there's nothing wrong with sobriety in moderation.

Some sources credit Charlie and Ernie Otto, Wyoming pub owners, with the creation
of the modern growler - a 64 ounce jug for taking home beer from the brewery.

I have to agree with author Raymond Chandler (great mystery writer) when he
said  "I think a man ought to get drunk at lease twice year just on principle, so
he won't let himself get snotty about it."

Read up on Melvin Pervis and you'll wonder why a terrific beer from
Great Lakes was named after a rival Elliot Ness and not Melvin.

My friend Augie told me that the best place to drink beer is at home.  Or on a
river bank, if the fish don't both you.  He also tole me that the only drink more
ancient than beer is water.  No wonder everyone loves Augie!

Hey homebrewers - need good bottles?  Try looting the recycling bins in our
neighborhood.  Hey, of course I'm not serious; I'm Jay.

What might seem depressing to in poor taste to many will be an absolute scream
to someone who has had between 5 and 8 beers.

I used to like peach schnapps in my martinis then I found that if you mix
2 ounces of it with most pale ales you have a great, refreshing drink.

Some historians believe the world's first IPA was brewed by Loren Jennings' Bow
Brewery in the mid- 18th Century.  He called it "October beer".  What a bozo..
More From Moore  -  nothing but beer here.....
Clay
dedicates his page
to his and
Beer Nexus's
favorite band,
Lunch Hour-
Six Pack
"beer for the ear"
It's time for more ......TALES OF ALES

Here and There 1

It's the Blend of the
World As We  Know
It

Chicago)"
Hoponomics 101

Debunking
Light Beer

Things to Brew
in Denver

You Want That  in
the Can?

Corporate Indecision

Craft Beer
Explosion:  
Friend or Foe

Houston We Have a
Big Friggin Proglem

I'll Take Price
Gouging for  $200,
Alex