As you may know, I really enjoy getting away to the great outdoors. I was away at Letchworth state park this weekend; unplugged and relaxed. I couldn’t leave everything behind, it just wouldn’t be civilized… so obviously I took my growler bag and headed out into the deep wilderness… where wild, untamed animals (well, squirrels really) and untouched woodland (or a 2 lane highway through the park) stretched for miles (not making that up) and I camped with my wife and 16-month-old son in the terrifyingly luxurious 30-foot camper that my soon to be retired parents let me borrow for the weekend.
Anyways, the weekend was fun, the beer was cold and I burned through more wood than a small wildlife preserve would have contained, but the experience was relaxing and just what I needed. Yes, the beer would have still been cold in the camper refrigerator, but keeping it out on the picnic table for the evening [read: not getting out of my chair] and not worrying about the beer getting warm or tipping over was well worth it with a tasty and different Lost Coast Tangerine Wheat ale that kept its temperature perfectly as the night went on and the fire rose higher.
[techtags:LETCHWORTH, CRAFT BEER, GROWLER, GROWLER BAG]