Otto’s Aprons just arrived for grilling season! Available in Navy Blue with the Oval Otto’s Logo (6″x5″) in White on the center chest. This apron has an adjustable tie to fit anyone’s size and has two 7″ pockets and is 30″ long. $16.99
Get into the spirit of the Fall season with our Oktoberfest Uni-sex, T-Shirts! Please come try our new seasonal brew, and support it with this stylish V-Neck shirt!
Small – XLarge $14.00
We now have exquisite tankards made for us by local crafters, Hughes Pottery! Tankards are individually created and hand-dipped so that each and every piece is as work of art and unique! They come in an assortment of Brown, Blue, and Green glazes with a beautiful blue swirl glaze over the top! Measurements: 5 1/2″ tall, 4 1/2″ wide base, and 3 1/2″ wide top. Adorned with an Otto’s logo medallion and a sturdy handle! $24.99
Many of you have been enjoying our “Vegetarian Wednesday” each week, where we feature soups, lunch and dinner specials that are exclusively Vegetarian or Vegan. Our Chef has enjoyed creating a lot of healthy, delicious and beautiful dishes, like today’s Panzanella Flat Bread Salad. You should keep an eye out for our specials every Wednesday – lots of things will be coming from right outside our door!
Celebrations Expected in All 50 States from May 13-19
Boulder, CO • April 25, 2013—From May 13-19, craft beer connoisseurs and beginners alike will come together for the eighth annual celebration of American Craft Beer Week (ACBW). With the tagline “Big Week, Small Breweries,” ACBW is an opportunity to toast the more than 2,400 small and independent American craft brewers who continue to make the U.S. the world’s most diverse brewing destination. Once again, ACBW celebrations are expected to be held across all 50 states.
“The popularity of American Craft Beer Week is indicative of the craft beer renaissance that continues to captivate the U.S.,” said Julia Herz, publisher of CraftBeer.com and craft beer program director at the Brewers Association. “This week is about uniting for a common cause: support and celebration of our nation’s small and independent brewers and the millions of beer lovers who have helped evolve an industry and put the U.S. on the brewing map.”
ClearWater’s Legends Fly-Fishing Clinic raises funds for stream restoration
ClearWater Conservancy’s Third Annual Penn State Legends Fly-Fishing Clinic, held recently on Spruce Creek in Huntingdon County, raised $18,000 for an ambitious stream restoration project on a headwater tributary in the watershed.
Twenty-eight anglers came from as far away as North Carolina to Wayne Harpster’s Evergreen Farm March 16 to learn angling tactics from Joe Humphreys, Mark Belden, Vance McCullough and Greg Hoover, the four living instructors of the Penn State Fly Fishing course. Continue reading →