“I have taken more out of alcohol
than alcohol has taken out of me.”


Is Mad Men About to Kill Megan Draper?

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Fans of Mad Men have been speculating for years the series will end with Don Draper’s death. But given the show’s current 1969 setting and several less-than-subtle hints, the Mad Men writers could very well be concocting a nasty surprise for Megan Draper instead.

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Love, Marriage and Beer

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High Octane Growler host Tommy Hough welcomes back Scott Slonaker and Frederick von Tank of The Others, as the Growler delves into issues of love, marriage, and kids. But fear not, we haven’t completely jettisoned our irresponsible side.

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Beer Term: Cabbagelike

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If it’s in your beer, someone did it wrong. Cabbagelike equals fail. And sure, a botched cabbagelike vat of beer may sound gross, but when you’re really thirsty you’d be surprised at what you can put away.

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The More You Know

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Savage and Tipsy No, it’s not a new TV cop show – although we’ll keep the name, thank you very much. Frankly, we could’ve called this edition of High Octane Growler ”The Spider Show,” but we didn’t want […]

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The Pen Is Mightier

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We brought “out of retirement” our friend and former Stone Brewing Distribution King Philip Smith for this edition of High Octane Growler, along with host Tommy Hough, “returning champion” Garett Michaels, and Growler newbie Curt Kruse.

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Beer Term: Caramel Malt

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We close out the last day of May with the fifth beer term of the month. But don’t worry, we’re not going to run out of beer terms anytime soon. Our pint runneth over.

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Hoptimum and Fluoride

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Growler regulars Scott Slonaker and Frederick von Tank of The Others once again pay a visit to the High Octane Growler World Domination Headquarters, for an episode fraught with hoppy beer, non-profanity, and fluoride.

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