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Toshi Ishii at JDW International Real Ale Festival
Airport security was unusually tight. Under watchful eyes, laptop owners removed battery compartments and disconnected PCMCIA cards, while the contents in their backpacks were carefully scrutinized. Tourists endured frisking at random, and the air was abuzz with confusion.
Football & Beer Mini-Camp at Sprecher Brewing
Although women stayed behind the fence when the subject of football and beer leaked into the conversation, they have now discovered how much fun it is to talk intelligently about both topics.
Stu Stuart - Belgian Beer Me ! Beer Tours
If you listen attentively, you might hear Stu Stuart faking a psst as he opens a Belgian beer online in the hush of the radio studio.
Samichlaus Beer - Vintage Tasting in July
As a testimonial to its punch of power, Samichlaus was served in a stein the size of an espresso cup, fair warning of its potency.
Christmas in July - Monday Night Tasting 2008
As I leaned back in the summer sunshine, I closed my eyes and imagined it was December. Euphoria was rising and my head whirled as the weekly selection of brews tingled my lips.
Michael Jackson Collection at Oxford Brookes
He was just a child when he left school to pursue a career as a journalist. He had, of course, fulfilled all the requirements of a British education, so at the mature age of sixteen, Michael Jackson pounded the pavements of competition that would eventually lead to Fleet Street.
Brewmaster's Mexican Beer Dinner at Iron Hill
When you think Mexican, think Bethard and La Pierre. Although they may not sound like Masters of Mexican Gourmet pairings, their skill in the culinary realm of food and beer pairing is one to be emulated and enjoyed.
Organic Beer - Going Green for the Earth
Go green, young man, go green! is the new phrase of advice for the youth of our planet. Although I remember this adage from my grandmother and great aunts, as they grew their own vegetables and put up (as they called it)everything from peaches and jellies to corn and spaghetti sauce, I seem to have
Miracle Fruit and Beer Tasting
In 1725, French cartographer Chevalier des Marchais, in his many travels to West Africa, was intrigued by the food culture of local tribes, who chewed a tiny red berry before meals. The tiny fruit, Synsepalum dulcificum, seemed to change the flavors of food. Strange.
Samuel Adams Longshot 2008
So, how many times have you gone for the Longshot, that crazy venture with the slightest chance of success?
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