Space is a place worth thinking about. At least that’s how I feel on a night like tonight, where it’s cloudy and rainy and I can’t really see the sky or anything. It’s like there isn’t anything beyond our line of sight…man, that’s depressing.
That thought is the basis of John Updike’s compelling narrative of squandered expectations and wasted youth, Rabbit Redux. Part of a trilogy, Rabbit Redux tells the story of the rest of us, the ones who didn’t get to step on the moon, or get to visit the great beyond. We put so much emphasis on visiting space, that we forgot about everyone else on the planet. What a rather cold and lonely thought for a Monday morning.
On a lighter note, grab a Moon Man No Coast Pale Ale from New Glarus, and get ready for Suds.
-Some Broad Shoulder’s News. Had a great tour of Metropolitan Brewing Company on Friday. They reminded me how tight-nit the craft beer community is. So let’s begin Suds by saying cheers to everyone in the industry for all of their hard work!
-Half Acre again, this time with barley wine. And a tribute to going outside. Man, I really want to go camping.
–Rainbow chard? In my beer? You’ve got to be kidding me.
-You can never have enough reminders: Milwaukee Brewfest, July 30th.
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