Beer distributors and bottle shops are all well and good. But who are the actual brewers in Lancaster City?
A brief writeup about some of our favorite local bottle shops
You may have read my article about using a cast iron skillet to cook a steak. Well in addition to using it for steak, that skillet works wonders to make a fast but delicious breakfast that is perfect for a weekend morning. My wife and I love home fries/potatoes in the morning along with bacon … Continue reading How a Gentleman Makes Breakfast
Video games are awesome. Whether they're your hobby, passion, occupation, side project, or general fascination, a good video game can stay with you for your whole life. And continuing with the Gents' borderline-obsessive publications about alcohol, we're going to talk about the genres of those games and the drinks that go well with them. So … Continue reading 12 Video Game Genres and the Drinks That Go with Them
On Kit.com: https://kit.com/GentsofLancaster/ukulele-starter-kit Why it's never too late: The number one comment I hear when I tell people that I teach music is that they wish that they would have learned an instrument or that they have no musicality whatsoever. I am here to tell you that music is an inherent part of being a … Continue reading Learning to play the Ukulele
What's Ten Thousand Villages? Learn a brief history and why it's important today!
A basic crash course in beef from the Gents of Lancaster.
Why use a cast iron skillet? You might be wondering why I am posting about using a cast iron skillet. After all what's wrong with just using a normal Teflon pan to cook in? The answer is that there is nothing wrong with using them, but the benefits of using a classic cast iron skillet … Continue reading How a Gentleman Uses a Cast Iron Skillet
Want to make a home toolbox? These are the nine tools that every gentleman needs!
A quick guide to some of the basics of sake. What is it? What types are there? What do I drink it out of? These questions and more will be answered in this brief foray into sake.