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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...
Brewers' Plate 2008 - Philadelphia
As I approached the Independence Visitor Center at 6th and Market Streets in Philadelphia, the clarity of the air added a crisp edge that announced this 4th Annual Brewers’ Plate as an exhilarating food and beer event – a marvel in motion.
Brewing up Business - Dogfish Head Style
Sam Calgione, founder, rocket fuel, and energy behind Dogfish Head Craft Brewery provides a rare glimpse inside the world of entrepreneurship in his book, Brewing Up a Business, first published in 2005.
Brewing With Chris LaPierre - An Iron Hill Experience
When Chris LaPierre of Iron Hill Restaurant & Brewery invited me to “guest brew” with him at his brewhouse in West Chester, Pennsylvania, a surge of excitement came rushing back into my veins.
Brewmaster's Mexican Beer Dinner at Iron Hill
When you think Mexican, think Bethard and La Pierre. Although they may not sound like Masters of Mexican Gourmet pairings, their skill in the culinary realm of food and beer pairing is one to be emulated and enjoyed.
Bridget Foy's - Merging Art and Local Craft Beer
Monkeys and martinis make a sound foundation for a craft beer bar, especially on South Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. When Bernadette Foy was attending art school at Glassboro State, she had a profound revelation.
Bruce Nichols - Philly Beer Icon - Passes Away
Bruce Nichols, the Great Gatekeeper of Philadelphia Beer, passed away on November 30, 2010, after a brief battle with Leukemia.
Bus Collision at Monk's Cafe
At approximately 2:15 a.m. on this quiet Tuesday morning, a SEPTA bus crashed into the front wall of Monk’s Café & Beer Emporium, the world-class Belgian beer bar and restaurant, located at 16th and Spruce Streets in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
C. Stegmaier & Son - A Photo from the Past
When you look at an old photo, do you barely notice it, or do you wonder what life was like for those surly coots? Do you look for the details? Recently, a friend brought me a copy of a photograph taken in front of the C. Stegmaier & Son brewery in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, circa 1894.
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.
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