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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 … prosecutable … 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.
Steve Hindy of Brooklyn Brewery Weighs In at Monks
Beer Hunter Michael Jackson often spoke to me about Steve Hindy, one of the co-founders of Brooklyn Brewery in New York. From my own journalistic perspective, Steve had a scintillating past.
Monk's Café - Tom Peters & Fergus Carey
Monks publishes the most readable bible in the country ...
How Sales Reps Can Ruin Your Image
As the sun lowered over Miami to touch the horizon, the air was awash with the rich scent of burgers, brats, and hummus. “I have something I want you to write about,” said my friend from Chicago. My ears perked up.
Michael Jackson and Bill Moeller - Two Old Salts
It was like listening to two old salts, sharing tales of adventure on the high seas. Bill Moeller and Michael Jackson, their silhouettes framed across the table.
Last Call for Bruce Nichols - A Memorial
The sense of awe they would instill in future generations would escape them. But to those who lost a friend and colleague, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Locust Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was an appropriate setting to memorialize a man who appreciated beauty.
Brauhaus Schmitz - Philadelphia German Bier Hall
With the feel of a German Beer Hall, Brauhaus Schmitz is rich in warm wood, exposed brick, a German balcony, schnitzels, accordion player, and authentic German beer.
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