By Editor In Chief/Lord Of Words Ed M Morris
For awhile now I have been wanting to build one of those neat wood beer bottle caddys that I see for sale online and in some of my local beer shops. But they can run up to and over $50 each. Heck that is a lot of money that I could use on buying actual beer.
I have tools and access to reasonable wood nearby, so I am going to make one on my own. So I hopped onto YouTube...
By Editor In Chief Ed M Morris, Lord Of Words
It's getting warmer, so time to shed the hoodies and jackets and embrace the season to don a new Pints Templars Lord of the Pint short sleeve tee.
The shirt comes in Red, Gold (for our Steelers Templars), Irish Green, and Sapphire. It features a Templars Stein, in the steely grip of a gauntlet.
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Posted by Editor In Chief Ed M Morris
Video Produced by The Beer Healer
It's been awhile since we posted a blog or video about homebrewing, and I found the following video by the excellent YouTube channel, The Beer Healer. In it he discusses using Brewie and how it allows him to brew more often with consistent results.
The video above was produced by The Beer Healer. For more videos by The Beer Healer, please visit their YouTube page or visit their
By Templars Founder JP Perkins
With so many microbreweries producing lager, IPA, stout, and more, there are more flavors than ever in the world of beer. You need to find the best brews so you can enjoy the flavors of the city you live in (or are visiting). Here’s a quick guide to get the most out of your next bar hop.
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By Templars Guest Blogger Mike Malsed
I'm a fan of laissez faire, but with fences. Laissez faire is an economic system that is generally characterized as "let it be" - so I generally like to let business be, but with some fences to stop and punish abuses. We pretty much always have those who will abuse their position, whether it be a natural monopoly or just a group with enough money and power to push their way.
This said, I see a few issues in beer that really should be addressed.