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…after we got back from our trip back home for the holidays.

I hit the jackpot toward the end of last year! Look at all this sweet swag I got!

I got new stickers (including two Classic Slice Pizza stickers by Dwellephant)…

Merry Christmas to me!

…a sweet-ass MKE coffee cup (plus a print and a bag of coffee) from Stone Creek Coffee (Thanks, Milan and Dori!)…

Merry Christmas to me!

…a Dwellephant Mucca Pazza print…

Merry Christmas to me!

…a new Milwaukee Brewing Co. pint glass (Thanks, Tiggins!)…

Merry Christmas to me!

…an iron and devilish Krampus “ornament” (Thanks, Sean!)…

Merry Christmas to me!

…and KB and I returned home to find gifts from our good friends Mark and Julius (who were staying at our place while we were out of town), including this print from Montana-based photographer Juan de Santa Anna…

Merry Christmas to me!

…and three jars of artisan jams from Oregon.

Merry Christmas to me!

We also returned home to find boxes of Muth’s Candy Modjeskas and Kentucky Bourbons waiting for us (Thanks, Lattas!)…

Merry Christmas to me!

…and this scented candle in an old Wilhelm Scream beer bottle and a few Poo Pourri samples (Thanks, Jamie and Dave!).

Merry Christmas to me!

Thanks for the gifts, everyone! And sorry for the delay in giving thanks.

At least I posted it before Easter,



…for these sweet new Milwaukee Brewing Company pint glasses!

KB broke a fourth one before we left Chicago… dammit,


…I showed you these sweet pint glasses from Milwaukee Brewing Co. that my good friend Tiggins gave me last Christmas.

Last week, during our trip back home, he gave me a fifth (and newly designed) pint glass! This one is summer themed and features a sky full of fireworks.

Another Milwaukee Brewing Co. pint glass from Tiggins!

Thanks again, Tiggins!

Man, this week has been full of gifts,


…got me a set of pint glasses from Milwaukee Brewing Co. last Christmas.

Milwaukee Brewing Co. pint glasses from Tiggins!

All four glasses feature Milwaukee’s cityscape, but each individual pint has its own unique feature. This one features the city’s iconic Allen-Bradley clock tower.

Milwaukee's cityscape with the Allen-Bradley clock.

On this one, the Allen-Bradley clock has been replaced with the (now demolished) Sydney Hih building.

Milwaukee's cityscape with the Sydney Hih building.

The Sasquash (from a seasonal brew of the same name) shows up on this one…

I see a Sasquash!

…and the last one features something the city of Milwaukee is all too familiar with.


Thanks for adding to my pint glass collection, Tiggins!

Learn more about Milwaukee Brewing Co. here.

Now they just need some beer in them,


Old Poop!