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The Wild Hunt: Mythos

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Wild Hunt is one of our most popular seasonal brews. We get customers asking for its return all year long. But we only brew it in autumn. Why? It's not just because we find the taste of spiced blood orange and cranberry to be more delicious at that time of the year.  Let’s ask Senior Brewer, Nate Palm: "The name Wild Hunt was chosen for two reasons. One was timing. The [mythological] Wild Hunt takes place leading up to the winter solstice. Since my hope for this brew was to lead us through autumn into the winter, I found it...

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Our Interview with Stormforged Studios, Part 1

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For those few of you who don't know, this upcoming fantasy television series, Tavern Brawl, serves as the inspiration for our much beloved Rosebrew.  Our marketing assistant Sam Trathen spoke to series creators James V. Murray and John Shaw last March about all things Rosebrew, Tavern Brawl, and the best fantasy literature out there. Edited for clarity and length. --Sam: Give us a brief introduction as to who you are, what Tavern Brawl is, etc James: It's a live action fantasy series that turns traditional fantasy tropes on its head! John: He had some trouble memorizing those lines for our Kickstarter...

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Thursday Fun Fact 9-9: Cosmologists

Posted by Kelly Klein on

  One of our friends who is particularly bad at math believes he's about halfway done testing all of them.

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Thursday Fun Fact 9-2: Ultralight

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Of course, all Ultralight Hikers insist on drinking exclusively Everclear. 

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Rosh Hashanah & Chaos Cyser

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  Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is right around the corner! While there are many practices associated with Rosh Hashanah, there are two that nearly all Jewish people participate in: Personal Reflection and Feasting. It is at this time of year that we’re asked to reflect on our harvest from the year - literal and figurative - and delight in the year to come. This practice is encapsulated in the ritual of eating apples and honey, the harvest of one year with a reminder of the sweet year to come. Individuals weave many myths, stories, and rituals together to...

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