Because there is literally nothing good on television after the Super Bowl, here’s 21 of our favorite movies that you should watch this week.
Fight Club ($14). Die Hard ($10). Braveheart ($11). Caddyshack ($5). Grindhouse Double Feature: Planet Terror/Death Proof ($16). The Departed ($8). Inception ($8). Crank ($7). Full Metal Jacket ($5). Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy ($8). National Lampoons Animal House ($8). The Bourne Trilogy ($18). Reservoir Dogs ($5). 300 ($10). Tombstone ($10). Evil Dead ($14). American History X ($4). Crimson Tide ($5). Pulp Fiction ($5). Step Brothers ($8). Goodfellas ($10).
Some of the naysayers might say that a taste test on GearMoose.com is just another reason to drink craft beer during the day. We can’t argue that logic. While not a new beer per say, Phin & Matt’s Extraordinary Ale by Southern Tier Brewing Company is certainly new to our palates, which is a problem…read more
Ask any guy what his top five favorite movies are, and there’s a good chance a Sylvester Stallone movie will be in there somewhere, probably twice. From the Rambo movies to the Rocky series, with a couple of other oddball movies thrown in for good measure, here’s the list of our top ten favorite Stallone…read more
Many years ago, brewers ditched the sweet malts, and instead opted for unroasted barley, throwing in a little coffee during the brewing process as well that turned a porter into the bitter sweet stout we love today. Some coffee stouts are seasonal, hard-to-find batches that you won’t find on the shelf at your local five…read more
New Belgium Brewing’s Fat Tire has long been one of our favorite craft beers, which explains our excitement once their new seasonal ale hit the shelves in our neighborhood last week, Rolle Bolle Summer Ale. Crafted last month as their signature summer seasonal, the Rolle Bolle Ale is a 5.2% ABV pale ale fermented with…read more
While at the Chattanooga Craft Beer Festival last weekend, a couple of us got a chance to taste the Threadless IPA, a collaboration between Finch’s Beer Co. based in Chicago, and the crowd-sourced t-shirt company Threadless. It was one of the first beers we sampled, so our taste buds were relatively intact for a proper…read more
Its no secret that we love bottle openers, almost as much as we love the bottles of beer that they so cleverly gain us entry into. We plan to continue bringing you the very best bottle-opening gear for all of your shopping needs, but before we do, here’s a look back at our fifteen favorite…read more
In commemoration of the 2013 Crossroads Guitar Festival and Eric Clapton’s U.S. Tour, Clapton himself has partnered up with long-standing supporter, Guitar Center, as well as Fender, Gibson, and Martin Guitar to create a collection of two tribute replica guitars and three Clapton Signature Series guitars. The rare collection is limited to only 100 models…read more
Fetching a deep dish pizza in the windy city is as easy as walking outside from anywhere and turning left. And any pizzeria you choose will most likely be life altering. But where exactly in the city limits of Chicago should you navigate to for a quality cut of beef? Butcher & the Burger is…read more
Beer is one of our world’s oldest crafted beverages, dating back to nearly 9500 BC, and is widely consumed by both men and women alike. The words of Pulitzer Prize-winning American author and columnist, Dave Barry, sums it up best: “Without question, the greatest invention in the history of mankind is beer. Oh, I grant…read more