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Walla Walla native returns home to build relationships through Wingman

Hannah Bartman

February 19, 2015

On the corner of Main and Palouse sits Walla Walla's first wings and beer restaurant: Wingman Birdz and Brewz. Owned by Brendon Mendoza, a born-and-raised Walla Wallan, Wingman has been open for roughly two months and aims to build a strong and loyal local culture. When I walked into Wingman to speak...

Crack Open a Cold One

Erik

May 5, 2014

How do you like your beer?  Here's how people in Teresina prefer it: Like a wedding dress  (Como vestido de noiva) Like a concrete worker's leg  (Como canela de pedrero) Like a seal's rear-end  (Como cú de foca) Teresinenses expect their beer to be cold.  So cold, in fact, that i...

Mease Not Mooses: Beer Posers

Mease Not Mooses: Beer Posers

Luke Hampton

February 6, 2014

Cartoon by Asa Mease....

Drinks That Go With Your Major

Drinks That Go With Your Major

Aleida Fernandez

December 9, 2013

After a rough day in classes, it's nice to sit down with a cold drink. But what about a drink specifically tailored to your studies? After careful analysis, we have found these eight majors' next drink of choice. Psychology: Gin and Tonic Unofficial research has shown that drinking this cla...

Nascar insitutes minimum BAC level

Kyle Seasly

October 18, 2012

Shakespeare once said that alcohol "provokes the desire but ... takes away the performance." I don't know what he was talking about there, but obviously Shakespeare didn't think about NASCAR when he said that it would take away from the performance. Indeed, NASCAR executives announced, to the surprise...

Beer, music industries have same indie history

Kyle Seasly

February 2, 2012

What does one do after the end of a particularly arduous day? I like to kick back and put on some familiar tunes. If I were 21, perhaps I would crack open a bottle of that fizzy amber stuff we call beer, and put one back. Beer and music are indeed ways to help one relax, and perhaps more related than...

Keystone brews can of controversy

Keystone brews can of controversy

Rachel Alexander

December 1, 2009

Somewhere on the Whitman campus tonight, a group of students will get together to have a few beers. More likely than not, they will drink Keystone, popular among students for its affordability. What Whitman students may not know is that Keystone is owned and produced by the Coors Brewing Company, which...

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