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Natalie DeChico Philly Beer Geek 2011 - Interview
Carolyn Smagalski, Beer Fox and Co-Founder of the Philly Beer Geek Competition, interviews Philly Beer Geek 2011 Champion Natalie De Chico about the 2011 competition.
Ray Deter of dba - A Tribute
He was a bar guy. Unpretentious, smart, opinionated, obsessed with good beer … cask-conditioned or craft brewed, it didn’t matter.
Zythos America 2011 - Tale of Tom Peters
The Zythos Beer Fest in Belgium fell back-to-back with Philly Beer Week, but Tom Peters thought an echo of Zythos was just what America needed.
Savor 2011 - American Craft Beer & Food
Savor: An American Craft Beer and Food Experience has been aptly named by the Brewers Association to describe the elegant mingling of food and beer, sumptuous combinations with a focus on both flavor and fashion.
2011 Philly Beer Geek Finals Highlights
From the beginning, Natalie DeChico presented herself as a winner. This petite young woman had been preparing herself to be the next Philly Beer Geek for months ...
Ladies Beer Tea in Philadelphia
Big events, such as the Forum of the Gods, the International Great Beer Festival, and Zythos America, anchored Philly Beer Week, but only one was totally focused on women: The Ladies Beer Tea at the Belgian Café in the Fairmount region of Philadelphia.
Fishtown Beer Runners at University of Granada
David April and the Fishtown Beer Runners of Philadelphia have become an iconic segment of the beer landscape, not only in their native Pennsylvania city, but also in the south of Spain.
Seven Fun Facts about Beer
Summer is fast approaching and light reading is the name of the game. Here are a few fun facts about beer, glassware, and bottle capacities to feed your inquiring mind.
Mom Hates Beer - Gentle Ideas for Mother's Day
As for Mom, she still insists she hates beer. Be gentle, and understand her point of view. Bring her in gently with Cuisine à la Bière.
J Wilson's Diary of a Part Time Monk
Is it possible to live on Lenten Doppelbock alone in a modern world? J Wilson, a newspaper editor for the Adams County Press in Corning, Iowa, launched his own campaign in 2011 to find out.
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