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Rhinelander Beer Bread Recipe
The Beer Fox touts this as a hearty rye loaf, perfect with soups or German stews. Terrapin Rye Pale Ale adds complex flavor and spiciness, while the sea salt and poppy seeds paint the top like the hand of an artist.
Redbridge - Made from Sorghum - A Celiac's Delight
Amidst these amber, chestnut and onyx beauties, Anheuser-Busch enters the national spotlight with a cutting-edge beer, one that demands notice and a place of distinction in the field of innovation.
Red Ales & Imperial Red Ales - Bold and Sexy
The ultimate symbol of red is the “Red Lion” - the elixir of life, held magically secret within a philosopher’s stone, i.e., the power of immortality!
Recommended Serving Temperatures for Beer by Style
Use this table as a generalized guide for recommended serving temperatures of beer, according to style.
Recipes for Blithering Idiots and Old Numbskulls
Blithering Idiot used to be a derogatory term. That was before Weyerbacher Brewing Company gave their English Barleywine the moniker.
Reasons to Drink Beer - A Woman's Passion for the Brew
“Women are from Venus; Men are from Mars,” so the saying goes. When asked to elaborate on why I have a passion for beer, my answers are quite different from the common frat-boy answers.
Real Cider and Perry
As a child, my love for nature’s gifts was enormous. My mind’s eye can retrace every dimple and divot on that Wild Cherry Tree with absolute accuracy...
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.
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.
Ray Deter of dba - A Tribute
He was a bar guy. Unpretentious, smart, opinionated, obsessed with good beer … cask-conditioned or craft brewed, it didn’t matter.
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