The second saltwater Angler’s Pint just landed…and just in time for Christmas! Please welcome the Yellowfin Tuna Angler’s Pint to the Angler’s Pint family. Like its sibling, the Bluefin Tuna Angler’s Pint, the Yellowfin Tuna Angler’s Pint features a saltwater rod, large arbor reel and an appropriate fly pattern on the back of the glass […]Read more "Introducing the Yellowfin Tuna Angler’s Pint"
The Bluefin Tuna Angler’s Pint is the first glass in a new saltwater line of Angler’s Pints. These saltwater Angler’s Pints will differ from the trout Angler’s Pints insofar as they feature a saltwater rod and large arbor reel, as well as an appropriate fly pattern on the back of each glass (this glass has […]Read more "Bluefin Tuna Angler’s Pint"
This Saturday, the limited edition Chinook Salmon Angler’s Pint will make its debut appearance at the North Carolina premiere of the internationally acclaimed environmental documentary, The Memory of Fish. The Memory of Fish is a film about a pulp mill worker and fisherman turned salmon advocate who uses his memories and persistence to battle for the […]Read more "Chinook Salmon Limited Edition Angler’s Pint Debut"
One year ago today, I returned home to the coast of Maine in a snowstorm after a trip to Manchester, Vermont, where I had the privilege of showing the first two trout Angler’s Pints to a buyer at the Orvis Company. I kept that trip under wraps because, quite frankly, I was nervous I might be […]Read more "The Year of Orvis & the Angler’s Pint"
If you read the Stone Brewing Blog (and, as a beer lover, you should read it!), you saw the post about the Stone Tangerine Express IPA Fish Tacos. As someone who once lived in Southern California and developed an appreciation for both fish tacos and Stone beer, I knew this was a recipe I was going […]Read more "Stone Brewing Shrimp Tacos"
The tagline of my overarching business–Karen Talbot Art–is “Conservation through Appreciation,” and I believe it applies as much to an Angler’s Pint as it does to a large painting. The idea is that someone may appreciate one of my paintings, like the salmon pictured here, for its aesthetic value, and that appreciation can then open the […]Read more "Conservation through Appreciation"
People sometimes ask where I came up with the idea of creating the Angler’s Pint. It all started after a day of fishing for golden trout in the southern Sierras. I was staying in the town of Kernville, and the Kern River Brewery is the only brewpub in town–so you know where I ended up that […]Read more "Tall Tales after a Day on the Water"