This week I roll out the first installment of my interview with Sandy Petersen, author of The Call of Cthulhu role-playing game and all-around gaming icon. Sandy has some very interesting theories about what makes a game scary for players; a lot of what he says will resonate with fans of survival horror games as well as H.P. Lovecraft's stories.
Download the video here.
Blue Moon is actually a label of Coors, but brewed by a different head-brewer than the main Coors labels. All the major breweries have brands like this to appeal to people who are looking for something different from the standard Bud Light or Miller. Coors headquarters is in Golden, CO so look for that as a sign that the "craft" beer you are drinking is actually a Coors.
All that being said, I do enjoy Blue Moon myself and find it a nice refreshing brew for hot days. If you ever find yourself in the Denver area I can recommend the Coors factory tour - it's where I learned that Blue Moon is one of their labels. It's free and interesting and there is free beer at the end.
I like Blue Moon okay. Not my favorite, but I like them better than most big brews. Some of Michelobs special brews are decent too.
I used to only drink Guinness until a gf introduced me to blue moon. Went through a long wheat phase. Now I like the triples and dopplebachs the best, though lately I've been on a pumpkin kick.