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The Brewer's Plate 2011 - Cuisine a la Biťre
As March rolls around and the last of the snow melts into the earth, words like Certified Organic, Pasture-Raised, and Locally Grown begin to occupy my thoughts. Has writing about beer converted me into an advocate of good food, finely-crafted beer, artisanal restaurants, and local producers?
Women's Craft Beer Tasting Groups in America
Craft Beer Tasting has become chic among American women. We have found a sense of sisterhood in trying new flavors and matching them with food.
Philly Beer Week Heralds Best Beer City
If I could sound bugles or grab your attention with the scream of bagpipes, I would, Philadelphia! The winter slumber is over and Philly Beer Week 2011 is fast approaching. Shake the cobwebs from your brains and let the celebrations begin!
Decadent Beers for Fat Tuesday
Get out your green, gold and purple beads. Itís Fat Tuesday. Known by many as Shrove Tuesday, it is the last call of the Christian world before the period of fasting known as Lent in preparation for Easter.
Jason Harris - Keystone Homebrew Supply Adventure
Don Russell, Founder and Director of Philly Beer Week, has dubbed Jasonís new Keystone Homebrew Supply store as Disneyland for Homebrewers. But I call it Six Kegs Great Adventure Theme Park.
Savor - Beer & Food Sophistication in DC
The Brewers Association brilliantly chose Savor: An American Craft Beer and Food Experience as the title for their most sophisticated beer event of the year.
Phil Farrell Wins 2011 Beerdrinker Title
Beerdrinker of the Year is one of the most highly competitive championships in the world of American beer. This is not about who can drink the most beer, although global experience in tasting beer is a definite asset.
2011 War of the Worts XVI
The War of the Worts XVI was held on Saturday, February 19, 2011 at the new 24,000 square foot facility of Keystone Homebrew Supply in Montgomeryville, PA, with 765 Entries, 36 categories, 85 judges and a hefty handful of eager stewards.
The art of homebrewing has exploded across the American landscape with a thunderous roar. In 1978, Jimmy Carter signed legislation that legalized homebrewing on the Federal level; before that, it was considered illegal Ö prosecutable Ö an underground activity.
Fork and Barrel Drums Up Rare Imported Beer
Fork and Barrel in the East Falls section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania resonates with the rustic style of old-world Europe. Thick slabs of wood topped with earthenware pitchers cast a silent invitation to revel in imported libations.
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