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Twelve Best Beer Books of 2012
What would the year be without a Best Beer Books of 2012 list? Take inventory of the bookshelf in your personal library. If these are missing, be sure to put them on your New Year’s Bucket List for 2013
Craft Beer vs Mass Produced Beer – 15 Eye Openers
Why craft beer? What exactly is it, and why should you care? How is it different from mass-produced beer?
Dreaming of a White Christmas
When it’s time for a holiday party, most fashionistas seem to think of the little black dress, embellished with sequins and lots of gold jewelry; but that little black dress must be the most hyped-up accessory in America.
A Few of My Favorite Things
December rocks! Whether you are preparing to celebrate Samichlaus Day, Chanukah, Christmas, Dongzhi, Kwanzaa, or Boxing Day, you may get momentarily distracted searching through the rows of tasty craft beers that add color and warmth to your winter holidays.
Cyber Monday Beer - Ultimate Relaxation
Wait … did I say “quaffing beer”? Absolutely. Cyber Monday is a day of total relaxation, and there is nothing better than starting the day with eggs and a delicate wheat beer in the morning.
Brewers Provide Disaster Relief for Sandy Victims
Every time I see photos of the disaster-ridden sections of New Jersey and New York, goosebumps shiver along my spine and the little hairs on the back of my neck quiver.
Hurricane Survival Kit - Include Craft Beer
Now that Hurricane Shandy … I mean, Hurricane Sandy is behind us, we see the aftermath and it is not pretty.
Pumpkin Ales that Howl at the Moon
I’m feeling a bit like Linus in the pumpkin patch, waiting for the Great Pumpkin to arrive. And arrive it does, in the form of Pumpkin Ales that titillate the tongue and sate the spirit.
The Greatest American Beer Competition of All
The 2012 Great American Beer Festival celebrated its 31st year, but the original commercial beer competition did not ramp-up until two years after the festival was founded, currently placing the competition segment in its 29th year.
Mass Migration to the Great American Beer Festival
Mixed among these migrations, there's the Great American Beer Festival, the one governed by "Cascadian rhythms," the irrational drive that compels craft beer lovers to journey to Denver, Colorado, in search of liquid bread, sometimes very hoppy liquid bread.
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