February has almost gone by, which means it’s time for my monthly roundup of beertography.
As the grip of Old Man Winter took hold of North Carolina this month, it left me with something different for February’s collection: a theme.
So below you’ll find some of my recent photos celebrating several weeks in something akin to a winter wonderland. But, you know, with beer.
In addition to what you see here, you may also have come across photos on my Instagram page, Twitter account or even Untappd. If you like these, you can find all beertography on Instagram or in my running archive.
Let’s see what February had to offer…
Brueprint Midnight Brue – Night Comes Early
A strong stout only seems fitting for frigid weather, until…
Troegs Blizzard of Hops – The Accumulation
Which satisfies until things get ugly…
Great Lakes Blackout Stout – Drinking in the Dark
The only thing left to do, as the cold creeps in and saps your warmth, is to pack it in and pack it on…
Wicked Weed Indulgence – Hibernation Libation
While we can blame a rodent for our never-ending winter, I wish you and yours warmth, merriment and something nice to sip by a fire…
Here’s hoping March is just as fruitful as the last few weeks. As always, you can go back to see previous beertography posts:
“Don’t drink to get drunk. Drink to enjoy life.” — Jack Kerouac
5 thoughts on “A Winter Tale: February 2015 Beertography”
I think you did a great job with the Indulgence, and the dutch angle makes it distinctive from the rest. But I’m going to have to go with the Blizzard Hops as I think it rocks from comp to bokah.
Thanks, Ed. That shot of Blizzard of Hops is one of my favorites. There was a window of about five minutes between getting home from work, popping open the bottle and trying to get things set up while snow was visibly falling.