Showing posts with label Prosser. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Prosser. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

It takes a lot of good beer to make great wine!

Decorated with photos of the wild horse of the area, an old fashioned bar and a saddle seat for photo taking, the Horse Heaven Hills Brewery is quite a little gem in Prosser.

Horse Heaven Hills Brewery located off main street in down town Prosser, next to AutoZone

Whether it is after work, before an event or on a sunny Saturday afternoon, a beer from Horse Heaven Hills hits the spot.  With many different styles and flavors of beer there is a beer for everyone.  Hefe, the stallion stout, Honey Girl, Long Live Lager, IPA, and Smokin' Anvil, there really is no way to go wrong.  My personal fav has to be the Delta, a lightered style IPA with delta hops.  Nothing is better than driving through the hop fields from Yakima to Prosser and then enjoying the wonderful nector they produce.  

Carol brewing courtesy of Horse Heaven Hills Brewery
The brewery is located in the tasting room and if you are lucky you can catch the owner Gary brewing while his lovely wife Carol pours at the bar.  Need a place to catch the game? HHH Brewery is it.  Need a nice cold one after wine tasting with the wife all day? HHH is the perfect location.  They are even joined with a BBQ joint, Hog Heaven, so you can get a nice rack of ribs while enjoying your frosted beverage. 

Caroline, Yun, Myself and Becca enjoying a beer before the Prosser Bachelor Auction

Monday, May 28, 2012

You know it is spring when: Cherries are right around the corner!

Truth: I hate Cherries.
I don't like them alone, frozen, in pie, in drinks or... anywhere! And no, you won't be able to change my mind, so please don't make me try your cherry concoction!

Beautiful Cherry blossoms in March!

But that doesn't mean I don't put my best effort to make delicious cherry treats for the fiance! Living in the Columbia Valley, I am preparing for the gifts of cherries we receive, they come lots at a time from both grape growers and friends and neighbors with cherry trees!

I am thinking I will bake this little number found from! Not being a cherry fan, but they look delish!

Get ready, the cherries are getting color already!!!