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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?
Sudan Grass - Dock Street Gluten Free Beer
Inspired to celebrate America´s significant African Heritage, Rosemarie Certo of Dock Street Brewery in Philadelphia began researching sorghum as a possible grain for brewing.
Gout and Gluten Free Beer
I have gout and am told to reduce or stop drinking beer because of the purine in yeast. Is gluten free beer helpful to me?
Emmy Lou's Georgia Cornbread Recipe
The Beer Fox says, Sweet Northern Cornbread may take you back into memories of Grandma´s kitchen, but Southern Style authenticates the gracious hospitality of the Old Manor homes of the Savannah River region. Which do you prefer? Northern Style or Southern Style?
Jay Misson of Triumph Brewing Company Passes Away
The difference between try and triumph is the UMPH! and for Triumph Brewing Company the UMPH has taken on a sadder tone this week with the passing of Jay Misson, 45, Director of Brewing Operations for three Triumph brewpubs.
Low Calorie Lakeland Pasta Salad Recipe
The Beer Fox says, Crisp garden vegetables and festive rotini with tantalizing Lakeland Dressing is a refreshing, low-calorie addition to a Sunday afternoon barbecue!
How to Become a Great Beer Judge
How do people become so aware of taste, aroma, style, appearance, texture, kinesthetics, and a host of other qualities that they qualify to judge at these world class competitions? Are there born tasters?
Jim Koch Presents Samuel Adams in Philadelphia
My train was running late. “Signal problems,” they said. It didn’t much matter. I was headed to Monk’s Café in Philadelphia for a Samuel Adams Dinner, presented by the energetic Jim Koch, founder of Boston Beer Company.
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