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Brewers' Plate 2008 - Philadelphia
As I approached the Independence Visitor Center at 6th and Market Streets in Philadelphia, the clarity of the air added a crisp edge that announced this 4th Annual Brewers’ Plate as an exhilarating food and beer event – a marvel in motion.
Ladies Beer Tea - Belgian Cafe Philadelphia
A steady caravan of women filed along the street. It was mid-afternoon, and one-by-one, they seemed to disappear through Belgian-esque colors of red, yellow and black. Some arrived, wearing wide-brimmed hats and afternoon dresses.
A Beer Hunter Fantasy - Christmas in March
I wondered if such a bizarre dream would be considered blasphemy with a strange twist of impropriety. Was it Michael Jackson’s reminder to me from the “other side” that his birthday was imminent?
Steamin' Chile Chili Recipe
The Beer Fox says, “Although chili is claimed as the official dish of the state of Texas, it is actually a dish, made with peppers and meat, with its etymology derived from the Spanish "chile con carne."
Beer Hunter Michael Jackson's Philadelphia
He danced around the words, asking me about the 1st Annual Philly Beer Geek Finals Competition being held on Thursday, March 13, 2008 at Johnny Brenda’s in Philadelphia. What was a Philly Beer Geek?
Spinnerstown Holds Unibroue Beer Dinner
Spinnerstown Hotel owners John and Susan Dale are the epitome of the perfect host and hostess. They have developed this vintage gathering house into a Mecca for Beer Enthusiasts. On March 5, 2008, Spinnerstown opens its doors for a very special event, The Great Tastes of Unibroue from Canada.
National Beerdrinker of the Year 2008
When I raise conversation about the Beerdrinker of the Year Competition held by Wynkoop Brewing Company in Denver, Colorado, I am often met with one-liners and guffaws from those who are unfamiliar with this esteemed contest.
In Pursuit of Ale Women's Club of Philadelphia
You enter the room, and the smell of malt, hops and food titillate your nose. As your eyes adjust to the softened light of the room, you notice the young lady talking passionately about good beer.
Tomme Arthur At Monk's Cafe
To a brewer and a restaurateur, magical pairings between drink and food is the key to magnifique. When Brewmaster Tomme Arthur of Port Brewing/The Lost Abbey in San Marcos, California, merges his talent with Tom Peters, co-owner of Monk’s Café in Philadelphia, the earth moves.
Celebrator Beer News 20th Anniversary Mardi Gras
What started out in 1988 as the California Celebrator founded by Bret and Julie Nickels, has flown through a thrill ride of 20 years to become the benchmark of beer industry news.
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