May is Bike Month, and SLUG continues to celebrate it in our Sixth Annual Bike Issue. SLUG illustrator Andrew Colin Beck conveys our wonderment with the possibilities that bicycles and cycling offer. With color and near psychedelia, Beck’s style has us pumped to feel like we’re riding on clouds in the sky. You can find more of Beck’s work at andrewcolinbeck.com.
I met Tate Roskelley via Instagram. At the time, I had no idea he was a pro BMXer/amateur paperboy. Tate was running a pretty epic, fake Karl Malone IG account with crude Photoshop skills, and was funny as fuck. The account was epically entertaining, and a ton of people thought it was me throwing shade at the Mailman. … read more
Isle of Dogs is set in the not-too-distant future Japan. The overpopulation of sickly canines has become virtually unbearable. Rather than seeking a cure for the illnesses, the ghastly mayor banishes all dogs to Trash Island, and that includes his nephew Atari’s pet, Spots (voiced by Liev Schreiber). … read more
Beer and food have something in common, which complements more than hinders, creating a beautiful and naturally harmonious dance on the palate. Plus, beer is great for every occasion, affordable, easy to share and pour, and like a summer-anthem song—only it plays all year long. … read more
Throughout the years, Uinta firmly established itself as a larger brewery that is still willing to take chances, with some brews showcasing trendy yeast strain Brettanomyces, more often described as “Brett.” A Belgian-style dark ale, The Friesian, is one of the many styles they applied this interesting ingredient to. … read more
Zion Brewery has gone through more than a few changes over the years. But with a fresh start, the gloves are off for Utah’s southernmost brewery. Located in Springdale, the brewery has ample opportunity to capitalize on the booming tourism business of the area. … read more
With six of their beers canned for mass distribution, Salt Flats Brewing is ready to respond to whichever direction the market goes with beers that will satisfy every palate. What Salt Flats Brewing has to offer was nowhere near my normal Wednesday-afternoon cup of tea, and I was feeling thirsty. … read more