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Mass Migration to the Great American Beer Festival
Mixed among these migrations, there's the Great American Beer Festival, the one governed by "Cascadian rhythms," the irrational drive that compels craft beer lovers to journey to Denver, Colorado, in search of liquid bread, sometimes very hoppy liquid bread.
Gluten Free Beer in Local Markets
If you are living Gluten Free in America, your life is a daily challenge, a land of temptation in which wheat, barley, and often rye, are major parts of the average diet.
Help me with a decadent experiment. I’ll say some words, and you bring an image to mind for each of those words: Godiva … Hershey’s … Lindt … Cadbury … Nestles … Toblerone … Guylian … Ghirardelli … Ferrero Rocher.
Must Have Beer Tools
If you are a true connoisseur of beer, you will keep at least one bottle opener on your person at all times. It’s not a sign of alcoholism. For craft beer enthusiasts, it is a sign of geekism.
Beer in the Philippines
Balut would be a new experience for most of us who live in America, but how many of us would dare to try it if we lived in the Philippines?
Converting Wine Lovers to Beer Enthusiasts
Sensory specialists have long suspected that women have a high level of sophistication regarding taste. Research shows that 35% of women in the United States are supertasters, compared with only 15% of men.
Fruity Esters in Beer
How often have you thought of peaches as an exotic fruit? That soft, fuzzy outer skin, bright with colors of red and yellow, begs you to touch it, to hold it in your hand.
Exuberance of English Bitters
Comfort in that which is bitter ... why then, do so many Americans shun the bitter and gravitate to the sweet?
Angel's Share Blueberry Cobbler
Did you know that Blueberry Cobbler got its name from the cobbled streets common to London and early America? This version of Blueberry Cobbler uses Bourbon Barrel-Aged American Strong Ale to round out the fruit sweetness, while leaving a hefty amount for you to enjoy while waiting for oven magic.
Mystery of Enzymes for Brewing Beer
In my younger years, I found chemistry to be a little creepy. The instructor was a rookie, newly graduated from college and sorely lacking in the social skills needed to engage a roomful of juniors and seniors.
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