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Fall Craft Beers

Welcome to September! It’s that time of year when you put away the shorts and pull out the flannel from the back of the closet in between draft picks in your fantasy football league. It also marks what is possibly the best time of year to be a beer drinker. That’s right; fall beers have arrived for 2018. And no, you don’t have to be a beer snob or fan of pumpkin to appreciate a good autumn brew. Continue reading

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Who’s the greatest superhero? Is Superman considered the best for his superhuman strength and x-ray vision? Perhaps Spider-Man exemplifies what it takes to be a superhero? Or even Batman for his stealth-like martial arts abilities and superior detective skills? These are all wonderful choices, but there’s one individual who surpasses all as the greatest superhero, and you should know him pretty well.

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Food’s Ready! 5 Ways to Make Sure Your Grill Sizzles this Summer

Grilling season may have already begun for some, but for most, the grill makes its grand summer appearance on Memorial Day weekend. While we can’t wait to grill our favorite burgers (medium for me), barbecue, corn on the cob and whatever else excites your appetite, nothing puts a damper on a summer party faster than a grill that won’t light, smokes too much or cooks unevenly.

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The recipe for success starts with a team of proven winners that can slice and dice on the hardwood and perform under the most extreme conditions. The competition though is bold and tempers can reach a boiling point before quickly simmering. You cannot have a sound team without experienced leadership. These coaches have the skills and intuition to cook up the perfect play for any type of situation. It’s officially that time for the Blue Wolf Tavern Tournament. Continue reading

How often are you eating fish? Be honest, we will not judge. On average, Americans consume half of the recommended serving size based on U.S. dietary guidelines. In fact, the American Heart Association strongly urges adults to eat fish at least twice a week.

Fish is lean and features key nutrients to healthy living including protein, selenium, vitamin D, vitamin B-12 and most importantly, omega-3 fatty acids. This helps reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease, as well as a number of other heart-related illnesses.

Plus, fish is the ultimate brain food! No, really, it is. Research has shown us the fatty and amino acids in certain types of fish can improve the health and functionality of your brain. Continue reading