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If you’re anything like me, you’re either anticipating a bald spot, or already covering one up with a sweet New Era cap featuring your favorite team. Since 2011, MLB has been coming out with special Stars and Stripes editions of hats for all teams to wear on the 4th of July. Here are my personal rankings of the hats. Shout me out on twitter with your favorite one: @MillironDB.
First to worst:
2011: pictured above is the best hat that they’ve come out with so far. It incorporates the flag, and has a great mix of all of the colors into the “C” logo. It helps that the Reds main color is featured prominently on the hats, because I always think the Stars and Stripes hats for teams with no red or blue in their team colors looks weird (the Orioles, for example). I really think they peaked early with this one; it was the first edition of the Stars and Stripes hats, and they knocked it out of the park, only to go downhill from there.
I still wear this hat; I wore it to the Reds/Brewers game this past Wednesday night. Love it.
American Craft Beer Week is May 15th through May 21st, so I’m doing what any self-respecting blogger would do:
using it as an excuse to get drunk during the middle of the week taking my readers on a flavorful journey of awesome craft beers from all across the country. Each night I’ll select a different craft beer to review. For the sake of journalistic integrity, I will be consuming each beer immediately prior to reviewing it. In fact, I may have 2 or 3 just to make sure that I get it right.
I would like to preface this by saying that I am by no means a beer expert. If you’re looking to hear about how the beer has hints of grapefruit, or what the “mouthfeel” is, you’ve come to the wrong place. That doesn’t mean I’m not going to try to bring that type of insight, I’m just letting you know now that I don’t know what the hell I’m talking about. Let’s put it this way: if there were a beer Wonderlic test, I’d probably come in with a solid, but unspectacular, 23 (take that Tim Tebow!). I can tell you what I like and I can tell you what I don’t like. After that, you’re own your own to form your own opinions. Now without further ado, let’s review some beers.
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