2nd Annual #ForTheFarmer Event by Kula Project

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 […]

5 Sip Worthy Bourbons that Won’t Break the Bank

Affordable Bourbons

When I first started drinking bourbon, I thought that there were two types: crazy cheap and Woodford Reserve. Thankfully, I’ve had bourbon loving friends like Spencer who have joined me on my journey to find well rounded, sip worthy bourbons that are affordable too. Every few months, I like to share my top 5 favorite […]

Spring/Summer Essentials: Costa Del Mar


Spring is probably my favorite time of the year to live in Georgia. Baseball season is in full swing, the pollen is receding and Atlanta’s population is flocking to the multitude of porches and outdoor festivals around the city. All of this outdoor fun makes a good pair of sunglasses an essential part of your […]

Fall in Love with Cacao Atlanta


We at the Trot Line applaud and promote folks who are crafting and producing amazing products by hand every chance we get. Kristen Hard, owner of Cacao Atlanta Chocolate Co., has been doing just that since 2004. Cacao is known for creating amazing “bean-to-bar” chocolate and other scrumptious treats, making it a “must visit” in […]

Every Craft Deserves a Tool – Your Bottle Wrench Awaits

The Bottle Wrench

Straight out of Savannah, Georgia, Jake Crawley has developed a simple, yet essential tool for every beer drinking, tool chest loving person on the market. Whether you spend your days at the construction site, or sit behind a desk dreaming of table saws and nail guns, the Bottle Wrench is the essential tool for opening […]

Party in a Box: Available at Costco


When planning a party or tailgate to watch the big football game, there are a few essential items you MUST have on hand – finger foods, a good TV, and of course, beer. There are few things that go better with football than beer.  Most people (including myself) usually resort to buying a big 30 […]

Tennessee’s Whiskey Revival with Belle Meade Bourbon

belle meade bourbon

This is a great time to be an American whiskey drinker. It seems as if this amazing part of our heritage is making its way back into the spotlight in a major way. If you have been keeping an eye on whiskey expansion like we have, then you have most likely noticed the high quality […]

40 Hours In Asheville


The dog days of August are here, and doesn’t a weekend in the mountains sound nice? A quick look at the weather shows a 10 degree difference between Atlanta & Asheville temperatures, and I haven’t even run the numbers on humidity. Mercy. Trust me, and hop on I-85 up towards Ashevegas. You think Athens is […]

Backpack Like a Pro, or How to Not Be a City Slicker


Camping is a unique experience. You are consciously choosing to leave your bed, electricity, running water, and oven behind. What you receive is the opportunity to breathe fresh air, pack down to the essentials, and view life through a different lens. There are several different ways we can define the camping experience (car camping, glamping, […]