The Financial Flight – A Craft Beer Menu Of Personal Finance

Since my last article was a research-intensive deep dive, I thought for this week I would do something a little more refreshing.

While in Vermont, Mr. Mechanic and I visited a few different breweries. One of my favorite things to do is read each beer description– they are so artfully written! So I thought it would be fun to make up a “financial flight” of craft beer.

I hope it’s everything I’ve hopped it up to be.

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Which one would you order?

Let me know in the comments below!

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2 years ago

Awesome selection!! Here’s one of my local favorites

Sequence of returns IPA

This “Hazy” IPA will leave you scratching your head with it’s blend of citrus hops and unknown ingredients. Alcohol content varies from +15.34 to -22.61

2 years ago

Fun post! In-cider trading = very funny!
As for me, I like the taste of Porterble benefits. A perfect blend of tax sheltered ingredients!!

Abigail @ipickuppennies

Groan at the in-cider trading beer. But nicely done too.

I’m definitely all about the Roth (SEP IRA isn’t an option in this flight, alas).

Physician on FIRE
2 years ago

I’ll take a flight, and add on a 401 Kolsch & 403 Brown Ale.


1 year ago

Definitely the Roth IPA…tax advantages make me hoppy.