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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.
Secret Recipes of Homebrew Chef Sean Paxton
Homebrew Chef Sean Paxton reigns as one of the great beer and food chefs of the Craft Beer Renaissance in the United States. As a guest chef at the 2009 Great American Beer Festivalís Beer and Food Pavilion, Chef Paxton has been generous with his secrets.
GABF Photos from the 2009 Beer & Food Pavilion
In a glassed-in haven in the center of the festival floor, beer enthusiasts can take a break while observing the most well-versed beer chefs, brewmasters and authors as they teach about what works.
Beer & Food Pavilion at the GABF 2009
The Great American Beer Festival 2009 Beer and Food Pavilion demonstrates that food shows draw big crowds, whether on the Food Channel or in the Great Hall of the Colorado Convention Center surrounded by beer.
The Vermonster Trumps Monster
Believe it! The combined power of the Internet, digital TV and radio, and traditional print media has the ability to provide enough high-voltage for a small-town business to subdue even a billion-dollar corporate giant.
Michelob Rye-Ter's Block
When I was contacted by Michelob, one of the regional brands in the Anheuser-Busch Inbev group, I looked with doubt at the possibility that a Michelob product could stand up to the artful brews created in a small local shop.
The Vermonster Fights a Monster
In a world where franchises and big business do their best to capture market share, the craft brewer seems to be a dying breed. When big business wields the sword, few have the resources to fight it.
Sean Paxton - Homebrew Chef Shares Beer Recipes
Sean Paxton is the real deal. Since the mid-1990s, Paxton, known as the Homebrew Chef, has brought his knowledge and expertise about food and beer to dining establishments across the country.
Ten Tips for Cooking with Beer
Although Belgians and Germans have been cooking with beer for centuries, Americaís chefs have featured wine or whisky in gourmet dishes with much greater prominence. This seems to have created a knowledge gap in the world of flavorful cuisine.
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