A new style emerges in summer. Beers become lighter and attire more relaxed. Shorts, sundresses, flip-flops, and swimsuits replace long pants, boots, and parkas. However, we can’t allow comfort to completely trump fashion. Nor do they need to be mutually exclusive. Simple details create a personal identity. It’s time you discover wood watches and wood sunglasses from Tmbr.
Psst … Over here. Yeah, you. You’re a beer snob too, huh? Have you attempted to take glassware on vacation just for drinking beer? Me too. It didn’t work out so well, did it? Does the thought of drinking a Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA from the bottle send chills down your spine? I understand.
The recent spontaneous mass genesis of breweries around the country reflects the increased enthusiasm for flavorful craft beer. This renaissance has provided names and faces to the beers Americans are drinking. Fresh local beer can now be obtained directly from the source, and summer beer growlers are the preferred means of transportation.
Several working trips to sauna-like Haiti have instilled in me the importance of hydration and frequent shade breaks. Intense sun bakes skin from above while hard rock releases heat like a frying pan from below. Any reprieve from the natural incinerator is joyfully welcomed.
Yeti started constructing wicked tough coolers in 2006. In years prior, I speculate they built Army tanks. Both the Yeti Rambler Tumbler and the Rambler Colster are practically bullet proof (although I am not prepared to test that theory) and reliably keep beverages cold throughout the blazing hot summer.