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Flying Fish Brewing Introduces Exit 11
Wednesday, July 15, 2009 marked the launch of Exit 11, the second release in the Exit Series of Big Bottle Beers, crafted by Flying Fish Brewing Company of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA.
Rhinelander Beer Bread Recipe
The Beer Fox touts this as a hearty rye loaf, perfect with soups or German stews. Terrapin Rye Pale Ale adds complex flavor and spiciness, while the sea salt and poppy seeds paint the top like the hand of an artist.
Country Corn-Cheddar Chowder Recipe with Beer
The word chowder may possibly find its etymological roots in the Romance languages, from the French chaudière and the Latin word caldaria. Both words refer to the vessel in which the soup is prepared...
Summer Beer & Glassware - Belgian Chic
Our rooftop venue adopts the tone of a Viennese coffee house...joie de vivre, Bohemian kitsch. Elegant, hedonistic, lively...
What Causes Weird Flavors in Beer ?
Sometimes you just want basic information. No fluff, no confusion, nothing too technical. You hear the words, though, and at some point, you will want to know what they mean.
Union Station Brewery of Providence
Amidst the neon signs and stainless steel fermenters of Union Station Brewery in Providence, Rhode Island, emerges a history of America more than a century old.
How to Become a Certified Cicerone
Seven months after taking, and not passing, the Certified Cicerone Exam, I was still licking my wounds. Did I have the right stuff to hold the distinction of Certified Cicerone?
Belgian Beers from 12% Imports of Brooklyn
Beer bottles wrapped in tissue, elegant labels, and a never-ending garden of earthly delights seem to be the norm for Monk’s, displaying an élan vital second to none
99 Drams of Whiskey - Book Review
Hans Offringa, World-class whisky authority and author from Zwolle, the Netherlands, has generously contributed his review of 99 Drams of Whiskey, a 2009 volume by Kate Hopkins, published by St. Martin's Press.
Old wives tale: Never have beer before noon – that is a true sign that you have developed a drinking problem. Who are these old wives and where did they accumulate their higher education?
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