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Polish Beer & Eastern European Cuisine
Upon entering this lovely Polish restaurant, the subtle flavor of Eastern European hospitality brought back fond memories of traditions that were a part of my own childhood. Was it the nondescript aromas of delicately merged cuisine in the background...?
Collecting Beer Mats - Tegestology
Some might call it "tabletop communication" – one of the easiest and least expensive hobbies to launch in the world of collectible beer paraphernalia, or breweriana.
CAMRA - Real Cask Ale & The Great British Beer Festival
Much to their surprise, as word got out, CAMRA's membership leaped to 6,000 in the blink of an eye, and the little group in St. Albans realized they had struck a sensitive chord in the hearts of the public.
Real Ale - Cask Conditioning - Mark Dorber Style
The first Real Ale Festival in Chicago, Illinois needed the expertise of a well-seasoned Cellarman to help with critical equipment, the proper setup, optimal cellaring, and judging of the beer, so they looked across the pond to the UK where cask-conditioned beers were born.
Sir Edmund Superior Beef Recipe
The Beer Fox says, “This superior blend of barleywine and aromatic herbs combine with tender beef for a robust delight!”
Ask the Beer Fox - Introducing Beer to Wine Lovers
What is the best way to introduce high quality craft beer to my wine-drinking and beer-deprived friends?
Amber Bay Beer Bread Recipe
The Beer Fox says, “Classic cheesy bread memorializes a charm reminiscent of Southern hospitality on the grand plantations.”
Brewers Survive Mid-Atlantic Floods
Newscasts were peppered with devastating images of the submerged cities of Easton and Reading in Pennsylvania; flooded cars in Alexandria, Virginia; reports of sixteen weather-related deaths; and the eerie portrait of a felled 140-year-old American Elm on the White House lawn...
Fuller Smith & Turner - London Style
On the North side of the River Thames, a slate footpath, dotted with hitching posts on the far end, leads the curious pub-seeker through a lapse in time, into a narrow alleyway of classic brownstone and stucco.
Ask the Beer Fox - Astringency in Beer
Concerning astringency in beer, you recommend removing the brown scum as it is formed, thus preventing it being stirred back in. Where can I find additional info about this brown astringent scum?
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