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Beer with Agave - Not Just Tequila's Domain
Tequileros are not the sole connoisseurs of agave worship. Long before tequila was invented, the Aztecs viewed agave as a gift from the gods.
Pennsylvania Breweries 4th Edition Book Review
Pennsylvania Breweries, 4th Edition, has just been released in time for the 2010 holiday season, published by Stackpole Books, Mechanicsburg, PA, and serves as a superb travelogue to Pennsylvania itself and the fine beers waiting to be found in every notch and swale within the state.
Roguish Herbed Weizen Bread Recipe
In a country overflowing with prepared foods, instant puddings, rocket-fast drive-through-windows and energy drinks sure to make you impatient with those slow-pokes doing the speed limit, slowing down to prepare the most basic staple-of-life elevates your status as a gourmet cook.
Gluten Free Brewing - Malting Sorghum
For the brewer, diving into the world of gluten free beer is one of the most exciting segments of the beer community today. Those who decide to embark on this journey are adventurers,
Carol Stoudt & Stoudts Brewing Company
In his youth, Eddie stumbled into ownership of his 1929 Packard through a keen assessment of value in a world of antiques. She was a classic girl - light grey, with curvaceous, ebony fenders framing the tires in well-manicured arches.
USA Wins 2010 Stella Artois World Draught Master
Images loom dark and sultry on screen, amplified by the sleazy heat of New Orleans jazz. Drowning in desperation and tears, Kowalski’s cries of “Stel-laaaaaa!” provoke one of the most sizzling scenes in Hollywood history.
Sanity v. Fear - A Rally for Beer
For those who miss the Political Activism of the 60s, or think they have something to say about today’s wacky, over-the-top, insane, reality-TV- lack-of-reality and fear-induced-political-drama, Comedy Central wants YOU!
Mead Evaluation for the Novice or Expert
When I began learning to judge mead, I felt like a bit of a … what’s the technical term? ... doofus. Mead terminology was a bit unfamiliar, I knew little about the different varieties of honey, and had difficulty keeping the words in their proper place.
How to Judge Mead
This was to be a honey-drenched day. Not honey-drenched in a sticky, cloying way, but in a more refined form - judging mead at Valhalla, the Meading of Life,
Bridget Foy's - Merging Art and Local Craft Beer
Monkeys and martinis make a sound foundation for a craft beer bar, especially on South Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. When Bernadette Foy was attending art school at Glassboro State, she had a profound revelation.
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