Atlanta Business on the Rise

Atlanta business is booming, and it’s so exciting to be part of it! I’m a business owner in Atlanta and it’s been a pleasure to watch this city grow. Everywhere I look, exciting businesses are popping up. I have the opportunity of being involved with the amusement, multifamily, and hospitality industries. While those industries are […]

Start Your Tampa Brewery Tour at Coppertail Brewing Co

My wife and I embarked on our first spring break in years, and we headed to Florida. Before we hit the beautiful Anna Maria Island, we made a two day pit stop in Tampa to visit her college friend. Carrie (her friend), is married to a bit of a beer enthusiast, and Eric was kind […]

Michter’s Toasted Barrel Finish Bourbon Review

I picked up a bottle of Michter’s Toasted Barrel Finish Bourbon today. It’s the first of Michter’s that I have ever tried or bought, and it wasn’t part of my original plan when I walked into Lucky’s Beverage in Woodstock. This limited release (2,000 cases) from Mitcher’s is based off of their US*1 Bourbon. They’re […]

Crazy Comfortable Socks by Kentwool

I recently picked up golfing again after a few years away from the links. Getting back into the game has been a fun and slightly embarrassing experience. My family and friends who play have been more than patient with me as I shake off some rust. One of the big reasons that I enjoy the […]

2nd Annual #ForTheFarmer Event by Kula Project

Alright Atlanta. What I’m about to present to you is an amazing excuse to go eat and drink at some of my favorite spots around Atlanta. The Kula Project First, let’s start off by telling you a little bit about the Kula Project: Sarah Buchanan and James Sasson co-founded Kula Project, headquartered in Atlanta, with the goal […]

Life by the Lake

One of our favorite things to do is drive up to Southwest Virginia and enjoy the slower pace of life at Smith Mountain Lake. My wife and I visit SML each season, but you can’t beat the summertime here. Due to the nature of my work, I’m often tethered to my phone and my computer. This […]

W.L Weller Bourbon Is Actually Good

A few weeks ago, I published an article about some awesome and affordable bourbons that you should try. This week, I thought I would take it a step further by finding a dirt cheap, yet sippable bourbon. So, I took $10 to my local bottle shop and picked up a bottle of W.L Weller Special Reserve Kentucky Straight […]

Spring Beer Festivals You Can’t Miss

After multiple winter storms, gloomy days, and a lack of outdoor eating, everyone in Atlanta has got the itch to jump head first into Spring. I don’t know about you, but I’ll take my lungs full of pollen any day over the winter blues. Let’s toast to the 2014 Spring season with beer festivals galore. […]

Get Roasted in Milledgeville – Beans, Beer, and Baked Goods

My first job while in college was as a barista at Blackbird Coffee in Milledgeville, Georgia. Not only was it a coffee shop, but it was also a small batch roaster. Once or twice a week, I’d walk into work to the smell of a freshly roasted batch of beans. The job gave me an […]