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Silly Beer Laws by U.S. State - From A - M
The Silly Beer Laws by U.S. State illustrate some very bizarre legislative action - from Fairbanks, Alaska, where it is illegal to serve alcoholic beverages to a moose - to Woburn, Massachusetts, where it is illegal to walk around with a beer in your hand.
Silly Beer Laws by U.S. State - From N - W
The Silly Beer Laws by U.S. State are merely a broad illustration of the range of regulations covered, from the ridiculous, "In Nebraska it is illegal for a bar to sell beer unless it is simultaneously brewing a kettle of soup," to the mundane.
Belgrade Beer Festival - Bear Facts
Established in 2003, the Belgrade Beer Festival has quickly won the hearts of beer lovers throughout Eastern Europe and is the second most visited festival in Serbia. Even with such praise, events occur that are beyond rational comprehension.
Developing the Sense of Aroma
The peanut gallery was abuzz. Their eyes were sparkling, and I felt the snapping of electricity in the midst of this awakening.
Aroma is a powerful temptress. She enters the mind through the olfactory senses, lingering in the background to activate memories, long thought forgotten.
Beer Ambassador Phil Farrell and His Loyal Mascot
Across the dunes and the sizzling landscape, a visitor could be seen in the distance, blurred by a rising tsunami of sand that charged forward like a team of brazen horses.
Phil Farrell's Funky Fowl Photo Gallery
Phil Farrell showcases the most famous Rubber Chicken in Beer and Brewing History!
Ask the Beer Fox - What does Cuvée Mean ?
Cuvée is a wine and beer term, derived from the French form ´cuve´ meaning vat or tank. The context surrounding the word’s usage is critical...
Beer Float Recipes - Sweet Seduction
You are a beer lover, and as such, possess a super-human power to overcome the heat. Exotic? Intemperate?
Terroir and Beer
Terroir, the French word for “soil” or “earth,” is primarily used by oenophiles and coffee aficionados to describe the influence of local environment on wine and coffee, respectively.
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