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Philly Beer Geek Basil IPA
Natalie DeChico could pass as the poster girl for all that is right about beer. As her reign as Philly Beer Geek 2011 rolls into its final weeks, she has added a surge of creativity to a year filled with accomplishments.
Beer at West Laurel Hill Cemetery
A cemetery may seem like an odd place to have a beer event, but in Philadelphia beer has earned a position of respect.
Beer Can Turkey Smoker-Style - Recipe
Every welcome sign of spring tells me itís time to get out the gas-fired smoker. Smoking food takes a little longer than using a grill, but the results can be juicy and satisfying.
Seven Deadly Sins of Beer
Here's a little primer that lays the seven deadly sins of beer on the line.
Atlantic City Rocks with Beer & Music
Matt Deibert of Smithville, New Jersey doesnít look like a twenty-year career firefighter who has doused Atlantic City hot spots all his adult life; nor does he have the haggard look of many fathers with six children.
The Brewer's Plate Wins Philadelphia Loyalty
They stood at attention, manning a greeting table of what seemed like millions of beer tasting glasses.
Urbain Coutteau - Mastery at De Struise
If it were possible to ride the wind, Urbain Coutteau of de Struise Brouwers in Belgium would be there, straddling it like a cowboy, enroute to fields made of gold and spices. It is apparent in the way he brews.
De Struise - Secrets of Mastery in Motion
He was a symbol of experience, this Urbain Coutteau, owner of De Struise Brouwers, one of the most innovative craft breweries in the world.
Beers That Make You Phat
For any woman over thirty, it may feel like a challenge to view beer as a sophisticated dinner choice. But itís different for women under thirty.
A Must Have Experience at City Tap House
He was a seductive sort. Fresh from Germany, he arrived surrounded by aromas of smoke and sourdough bread. I gazed at him, thinking how much he appeared to be made of gold, softened by a layer of mist.
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