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Beers That Make You Phat
For any woman over thirty, it may feel like a challenge to view beer as a sophisticated dinner choice. But it’s different for women under thirty.
A Must Have Experience at City Tap House
He was a seductive sort. Fresh from Germany, he arrived surrounded by aromas of smoke and sourdough bread. I gazed at him, thinking how much he appeared to be made of gold, softened by a layer of mist.
Irish Red Ales and Stouts for St. Patty's Day
Green - the symbol of Ireland, gateway to St. Patty’s Day and the national color of Ireland. The color is all-encompassing, as is the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day in the U.S., where it has become a day to celebrate life.
Come - Sit - Stay - at Blue Dog Tavern
It was a good name for a restaurant, particularly when it was paired with the phrase, “Come. Sit. Stay.”
Small Beer, also called Small Ale, was the typical beer of Colonial America. Because water supplies were often contaminated, it made sense to make beer for every segment of society, including children and laborers.
Mardi Gras Beer Cocktails for Fat Tuesday
Today is Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, Fasnacht Day, Carnival. Nothing quite rouses my celebratory mood like the music, masquerade and rich libations associated with this festive Bacchanalian Fete.
Jeremy Cowan and Shmaltz Brewing Company
A party atmosphere follows Jeremy Cowan wherever he goes. Perhaps he’s just an overgrown kid who needs to be put in the time-out chair.
Craft Beer for your Valentine's Perfect Storm
And since love is as ambiguous as life, I choose to celebrate that passion with a bouquet of intriguing Craft Beers.
Flying Dog Mural in Gonzo Doggie-Style
Spanning both sides of the hallway, the mural, executed in the Raoul Duke-style of Ralph Steadman, tells the Flying Dog story, peppered with as much color as the legendary tales of George Stranahan and Hunter Thompson.
Training for Sensory Identification in Beer
For a novice beer judge, the first morning of judging can be an intimidating affair.
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