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War of the Worts XIV - Keystone Hops
They are the kings of grain, the masters of yeast, the heralds of hops. They may be chemists, nuclear engineers, or warehouse workers, but all have found a common thread that binds them together.
William Brand Passes Away - 1938-2009
Bill Brand was the kind of guy you never forgot. He reminded me of a character actor in a movie...an energetic, wiry man, with a lean crop of grey hair and a mustache that sat like a brush across his upper lip.
Beer Trivia for Master Geeks
How much do you really know about beer? Look over these questions and test your knowledge like a true lover of beer.
C. Stegmaier & Son - A Photo from the Past
When you look at an old photo, do you barely notice it, or do you wonder what life was like for those surly coots? Do you look for the details? Recently, a friend brought me a copy of a photograph taken in front of the C. Stegmaier & Son brewery in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, circa 1894.
Coors UK - Gender Prejudice through Project Eve
Coors UK, an international division of Molson Coors headquartered in the UK, has uncaged their market researching Neanderthals in an attempt to discover why UK women are put-off by beer.
Football & Beer - Divisional Playoffs 2009
Now that the holidays are over, the world of brawn and power grasps our attention. Although we girls may roll our eyes at the very mention of Super Bowl Divisional Playoffs and Conference Championships, those tight buns and broad shoulders are hard for a woman to resist.
Andy Musser - Anchor Brewing Beer Ambassador
One of the great joys of being a Beer Journalist is meeting people you never dreamed would cross your path.
Fishtown Beer Runners Celebrate 1st Anniversary
It was November 2007, and Eric Fiedler had just read a story about a professor at Granada University in Spain. He was intrigued.
English Tavern Deli Rounds Recipe
The Holiday season is filled with rushed preparations - setting the menu for parties and dinners, shopping for the little ones, decorating, and baking. Still, you have to stop long enough to eat, but may not want to spend precious hours on the basics.
Christmas Beer by Don Russell - Book Review
No one shares holiday cheer better than Philadelphia beer writer Don Russell, who celebrates the season with his newest book, Christmas Beer: The Cheeriest, Tastiest, and Most Unusual Holiday Beers.
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