Beer Drinking Continues to be a Favorite Past Time for Many Americans

As it turns out, your youngest son’s 21st birthday coincides with the opening of your new sports bar. It has been a dream of yours for years. In fact, both you and your husband have been saving and making plans for this new business adventure for the length of your marriage. The fact that your son’s birthday can help you celebrate the opening of the new place can help you make sure that this is a night to remember.
With custom designed vacuum sealed growlers to commemorate the night and the event, you are determined to find a safe way to help your son celebrate this special birthday and for you to help your customers remember their new most favorite sports bar. Offering the growlers for sale after that first night should also serve as a way to make sure that customers who were not able to make it in on that f Continue reading

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Where to Find Advice and Equipment for Beekeeping for Beginners

We’ve all heard the phrase, busy as a bee. And it’s true that the small insects spend their entire lives working. The life of the hive, and of nearly all wild plants depends on their work. About 30% of all planted crops also depend on bees for pollination. This makes bees the essential pollinators, responsible for the continuation of life on earth. As bee numbers dwindle, more and more people are taking up beekeeping. As a result, there’s plenty of advice on beekeeping for beginners available online as well as thorough local beekeepers associations.

The essential pollinator
Bees are, quite simply, responsible for maintaining the life cycle of plants, both wild plants and those grown by humans. As the essential pollinators, they play a crucial role in the reproduction of plants. This means that our food supply depends on them. Without bees, there would be practically no plants, and an end to life as we know it, since all land-based life chains are based Continue reading

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What Are Micro Greens And Can I Grow My Own?

Eating micro greens is a great way to get some extra nutrition and flavor into your diet, but getting started growing and using your own can feel like a daunting task. There are, after all, many micro green varieties and a lot of confusion about the difference between a micro green and a sprout. Here’s everything you need to know about micro green varieties and the best ones to try growing at home.

Micro Greens Vs. Sprouts

A micro green is harvested as a very, very young growth off any edible plant. It is typically between one and one and a half inches long and includes stems and leaves. Micro greens have been around for nearly three decades, and they are rated for sale on a scale of one to five, with five being the best. (Anything less than three is usually not sold). Sprouts are germinated seeds, or an infant plant stem, often germinated in water and harvested only four to six days after sprouting. Microgreens are harvested later in the plant’s growth stage when the first Continue reading

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