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Beer Fox - Craft Brew Awards 12/4/04 to 5/30/05
As an easy reference tool, the Craft Brew of the Week Awards are listed by date, extending over each six month period. This section references 12/04/04 to 5/30/05.
Newburg Salmon in Parchment Recipe
The Beer Fox says, “Tasty seafood, locked with the flavor of herbs in parchment, is a flavorful-treat in this zesty sauce.”
Patriot Brewer Collection Recreates a Taste of the Colonies
Despite the ragtag historical recipes available, Jim Koch, with the help of experts on Colonial America, recreated four authentic beers for the connoisseur market.
Mississippi Mud Black & Tan - An American Phenomenon
There is a bit of magic in elusiveness, but Mississippi Mud may be considered the end product of an American dream.
Tropical Orange Grove Chicken Recipe
The Beer Fox says, “Delight in the glazed sweetness of citrus-drenched chicken, enhanced by the grandeur of a complex brew in an award-winning mustard!
Real Ale in Japan - Yona Yona Beer
During his tenure at Stone Brewing from 1998 to 2001, this talented brewer was cultivating preferences for saccharomyces cerevisiae, cask conditioned real ale, and the art of creating new styles of beer that had long been non-existent in the Japanese world of pale lagers and saki.
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.
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