"For me, a six-pack of High Life is like a watermelon—it’s refreshing, best served cold, and when the weather’s hot enough, I can polish one off myself without breaking a sweat."
falling rock tap house // denver, co
my favorite bar in the world. spent many nights and dollars there. i miss it.
"I drink Miller High Life, in the bottles, preferably. Here’s how I look at it. It’s 142 calories (though it’s not like I’ve ever let calories get in the way of a good time); it’s light and refreshing (I have proven to myself in Vegas that you can rehydrate on High Life alone); but more importantly, I’ve never had a bad one. I’ve had some lame versions of my favorite cocktails, but I can ALWAYS count on the fact that once I pop that cap, I know what’s in my future."
I want to open a bar that serves nothing but beer and pie. Lots of craft beer taps and bottles, and different pies everyday. I’d also offer pie and beer pairings on the menu. Apple Pie with IPA comes to mind.
i would like to invest. real talk.
"We’ve always enjoyed the brews from Colorado’s Left Hand, but the brewery recently released the game-changing Milk Stout Nitro. Bottled under pressure with nitrogen (the gas that gives draft Guinness its creaminess), this stout charges from the glass with tons of tiny bubbles, which cascade into a thick head as sumptuous as an angel’s pillow."
(black lager is my favorite)
Dark Beer + Espresso Shot