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The Headhouse - Philly's Heady New Beer Bar
In early March 2010, Bruce Nichols and Madame Saito will be presenting The Headhouse, a new bar experience in the Society Hill section of Philadelphia, with a focus on great regional craft beer and fusion cuisine.
Big Beers Belgians & Barleywines at 8150 Feet
As an event that any true beer connoisseur proudly displays on his bucket list, the fest at Vail Cascade Resort & Spa is a marvel of over 200 specialty beers in miniature glass snifters amidst white linen tablecloths.
Football and Beer Drenched in Leather
To women who love beer and football, nothing is quite as seductive as sweat and leather. I ask you, Beer Girls, what could be hotter than that?
Ancient Ales for Modern Man
Upon leafing through Patrick McGovern's newest book, Uncorking the Past: The Quest for Wine, Beer, and Other Alcoholic Beverages, the drama of man’s immersion into alcohol turned my thoughts to our own modern treasure trove of ancient ales.
Gourmet Treat - Holiday Beer at Monk's Cafe
Holiday feasts linger in our minds like so much sweetness, drenched in sumptuous flavors, exotic aromas, joyous laughter and seasonal spirits. Tom Peters’ 16th Annual Holiday Dinner on December 15, 2009, at Monk’s Café in Philadelphia was no exception.
North Shore Pineapple Meringue Recipe
The refreshing sweet-tang of pineapple meringue is a nice touch for the Christmas season. Pineapples are a symbol of hospitality, and this twist on sweetness adds a light-hearted zest as a memorable holiday dessert.
How Do You Define Beer - Lager - Ale - Porter ?
Question: Could you tell me the difference in ingredients when brewing Beer, Lager, Ale, and Porter?
Left Hand & Terrapin Beer Dinner at Monk's Cafe
As I step onto the train platform at Suburban Station in Philadelphia, an infinite ocean of people, shops, sounds and smells fly at me in a continuous stream of consciousness. I feel like James Joyce or J.P. Donleavy.
Rich Wagner - Beer Historian Brews Colonial Ale
His beer rolled across my tongue with a full, rounded feel. In my mind, it took me back in time, to colonial Philadelphia - Penn's Woods, surrounded on the outskirts by fields of wheat, barley and corn, orchards of apples, and vines of pumpkin and acorn squash.
Since I do not typically drink mainstream beers, I may appear to be a beer snob, and beer snobs can scare people who are not well-versed in beer.
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