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Saturday, November 24, 2012
Thanksgiving is over and its time for the next holiday.....it never ends. Here at BREW SWET we say fuck the corporations and big box stores that screw the little guys on a daily basis and make it harder for us to survive, while profiting millions to supporting their own greed. Today is a day to get out there and show your support for little guys like us.....and to show our appreciation for our supporters we are offering free shipping all weekend on all BREW SWET gear. Just enter the promo code "BRWSWT" at checkout to hook it up. Thanks again for all the support!!
Posted by NOTsoSICKnick at 10:34 AM
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
been workin hard to get some new designs out for BS and thanks to the help of titty (Tim) we got a good one. Tim is a true BSLC homie with a true talent. we are very fortunate to have him as part of the BS Family. stay tuned for more goods and to get yours visit www.skatewarehouse.com or.hit me up on the product page. now get out there and go grind some shit!
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Kennesaw is pretty burnt for skateboarding, sometimes though, you get lucky and find a local jewel. This polejam was uphill and tweaked at a weird angle.
Where's the fun in skating perfect spots anyway?
Matt Phillips - Polejam
Me - No Compolejam
Matt and I traded shooting, so each shot the other's photo. After that we went to Publix and the cashier asked us if we were related. Of course we are dammit... we're brothers.
Posted by Austink at 4:22 PM
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Sunday, September 11, 2011
It's a hole in the wall bar we usually hit up around these parts. Nothing too special, but its always got a lot of good live music and there are always a few interesting people belly-up. There's only one table there, so if you're tryin to shoot the rock around, you either gotta get there early or stake your claim with some quarters. A few nights ago we met this guy named Dave, he was full of ridiculous, off-color jokes, and apparently knew a few people in his day. We shot some pool with this dude, he talked a bunch of shit, and before we could leave he brings in some pictures. He launched into stories about meeting the Nuge and and how his cousin was trying to get some from Mick Jagger. He had a really tiny leather jacket that he'd painted himself and obviously kept since forever, it was sick, so I took some pictures.
Feel the wind. Ride the Wind. Break the Wind.
Dave was most certainly a shit talker and, at times, a pain in the ass, but I gotta give him some credit, he'd been around and had definitely seen his share of swet.
Posted by Austink at 2:35 PM
Thursday, August 25, 2011
I'm realizing more and more how the site has less and less skateboarding in it, but I guess its kinda hard when you show up after 2 hours of driving to find a completely empty park. I'll post these pictures anyway. Maybe you can dream up your own tricks for them.
Athens is another Grindline park, and from what I've come to understand the dudes who made it were wasted and just blasting concrete everywhere. Sounds pretty fucking Brew Swet to me...
A little something different to grind your trucks on.
Even though its a long, boring drive, I'd make it all over again. This park is rad, with a bunch of imperfections, but a pretty sick flow. The Terrapin brewery is up there, so keep at least one eye open for some photos from there soon.
Posted by Austink at 6:31 PM
Sunday, August 21, 2011
I've gained a new respect for the working skater. When you work, especially without a fixed schedule, you cant just find time to skate, you've got to make time to skate. After working a double, and being at the restaurant all damn day, I was finishing up my shift beer when I got a call from my buddy Geronimo. He and a few friends were in the car ready to go skate downtown. Told me they'd wait for me, so I slammed down the last of my Turbodog, and mashed out. Our first spot was this sick ass bank to ledge.... hassle-free, perfectly lit, with a downhill runway. Boardslide, noseslide, front board, crooks, and tailslide all went down simply as an homage to the skate gods. No camera, no photos, just good ol' skateboarding.
After this spot, we cruised over to two up, two down which is exactly what it sounds like. After puttin' in some work there we headed over to yet another ledge spot, where that ledge Marc Johnson did the noseblunt to switch back noseblunt over the little metal thing is. Spot is super sketchy. After a couple more spots, all was said 'n done. We got back home around 4 or so, completely burnt... all just to wake up and go to back to the grind the next day. So, if you're a skater and hold down a job, go ahead and pat yourself on the back, and keep your eyes lookin forward to the next sesh. Gotta have some way to get though the B/S right?
Posted by Austink at 10:46 AM
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Last Saturday I went with my buddy Garrett to check out Atlanta's Living Walls Conference. The idea behind the project is to reach out to the public and connect people interacting within the city with the street artists that give face and style to a lot of the walls surrounding them. Its their second year putting on the event, and it was really rad. You can bring your own beer, doesn't cost a dime to get in, live music, and tons of artwork. Grabbed myself a 12 pack of Pabst, and let the night begin.
The band was alright, the girl playing the banjo couldn't really play the banjo, but the show itself was pretty rad. And it didn't hurt that the girls were wearing half of nothing.
I think its safe to say, every skatebaorder can appreciate this one.
Byob was a nice touch, and its pretty obvious people took advantage of the opportunity. My apologies to the artists, I was a little buzzed at the time and forgot to get the names of the pieces and the artists. If you do a little digging though, you can find them here. http://livingwallsconference.com/
Posted by Austink at 8:56 AM
Monday, August 8, 2011
My family has been going here for as long as I can remember. I'd never been old enough to get into this bar, but last weekend I was finally initiated. A total dive, tons of good looking women, and big enough to accommodate multiple bands simultaneously... The Flora-Bama.
Posted by Austink at 4:58 PM