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How to Toast Like a Viking

We already know that you can drink like a viking, but can you offer up a toast worthy of such a great warrior? For the Norse, toasts were pretty damn important. They were a way of celebrating your fellow warriors, your gods, your hearth, and your kin, so you better get it right. Here's how:

Viking Symbolism: Yggrasil

Ever wake up from a bender feeling wiser than the day before? Does that wisdom often come with pain? Chances are, like Odin before you, you may have had an encounter with the great ash tree Yggrasil. Yggdrasil is a symbol rooted deeply in the minds of humanity. Nearly every culture has some sort of

Norse Mythology Series: Mead of Poetry Finale

When last we left our not-so heroes in Mead of Poetry, Odin the Allfather has disguised himself and indebted Suttung’s brother, Baugi, to him in order to get a chance at  Suttung’s mead, made from the blood of the first poet Kvasir by a pair of murderous dwarves. [Check out the first part of the

Norse Mythology Series: Mead of Poetry Part Two

When last we left the Mead of Poetry, it was in the hands of the two murderous dwarfs, Galar and Fialar, who had made it with the blood of the first poet, Kvasir. The dwarves had become emboldened by their murder spree, and went on to attract the attention of the great giant, Suttung, after

Norse Mythology: Ægir’s Kegger

Everyone needs a friend like Ægir-- and if you don’t have one-- congratulations! You probably are the spiritual Ægir of your crew, which means you’re a true goddamn rockstar. You see, Ægir was known among his fellow Norse gods for two main things: beastly brews and killer ragers. Which means he’s the sort of god

How to Camp Like a Viking

At my local box store, the swimming pool stuff just got moved to the front of the store, so you know what that meas - IT'S CAMPING SEASON! But this year, I don't want to do the whole "glamping" (glamour camping) thing. That's so 2015. Let's make 2016 the year of "vamping" - Viking camping!

Calling All Bloggers

We feel that our community members are our best representatives, so we just wanted to ask you one little question: Do you have a blog? Or, more accurately, do you have a way of sharing AleHorn with lots of people? Can you make videos for us? Can you take awesome pics of our stuff? If

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