This weekend John and I hit up this amazing local craft cask beer festival at Evergreen Brick Works called "Cask Days". In its 8th year, the attending 75 breweries featured cask-conditioned ales from across Canada, local food and live music - in short, a night of super fun times. Cold beer = fun times. Cold open warehouse at the end of October = dress warmly. Good lord dress warmly!!!
Also, probably the only time in history that the line up for the men's washroom was tits deep and the ladies could just walk right into theirs. What up yo! Nothin' like attending a "sausage fest" and being able to pee freely. Well, not freely, exactly. But easy access to the women's bathroom is never a bad thing.
Last week we had some great posts shared. Highlights include:
|CSA Blogs Around the Web via csamom|
|Real Food Link Parties via Suzy Homemaker|
|Extending Your Growing Season via Living in the Green|
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