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Angel's Share Blueberry Cobbler
Did you know that Blueberry Cobbler got its name from the cobbled streets common to London and early America? This version of Blueberry Cobbler uses Bourbon Barrel-Aged American Strong Ale to round out the fruit sweetness, while leaving a hefty amount for you to enjoy while waiting for oven magic.
Mystery of Enzymes for Brewing Beer
In my younger years, I found chemistry to be a little creepy. The instructor was a rookie, newly graduated from college and sorely lacking in the social skills needed to engage a roomful of juniors and seniors.
Keg of Love for Your Beer
What color music are you? Deep forest green? Blazing red? Hazy orange with flecks of yellow? Perhaps a touch of light blue with a little gray mixed in?
Sausage & Beer Cheese Soup Recipe
You may wish to add beer to a cheese sauce, but be aware of the rules that govern cheese before you strike out on your own.
Crooked Series from Uinta Brewing Company
The Uinta Mountain Range, stretching from northeastern Utah into Wyoming has its own crooked allure.
Smashington - Random Thoughts on Beer
Smashington, as he is known in the beer world, shares his story on how he got started in beer; then moves on to discuss everything from beer laws to his favorite breweries, beers and goals.
Philly Beer Geek 2012 Interview with Smashington
Confetti fell from the ceiling, the room started swirling, and pink elephants blasted through the walls the moment Steve Mashington was pronounced Philly Beer Geek 2012.
Philadelphia Water Works - Help for Homebrewers
The Fairmount Water Works in Philadelphia, PA stands as an icon in American history.
Smashington Crashes-in as Philly Beer Geek 2012
The Philly Beer Geek 2012 Competition turned out to be the biggest payday for a single beer consumer in all of Philly Beer Week.
Craft Brewers Conference Supports U.S. Craft Beer
San Diego, with its mild climate and relaxed attitude was new to me. The delicate fragrance of roses, growing in abundance around the Town & Country Resort, took a back seat to the mild aroma of fresh beer.
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