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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.
CAMRA 1st International Gluten Free Beer Fest
CAMRA, the world-renowned Campaign for Real Ale, is standing up to promote the social/community life of those with Celiac (Coeliac) Disease by giving space for the First International Gluten-Free Beer Festival in Chesterfield, UK.
Captain Lawrence at the Belgian Cafe
On September 8, 2009, Scott Vaccaro of the award-winning Captain Lawrence Brewing Company of Westchester County, brought his tasty brews to the Belgian Café.
Caribbean Island Guide to Beer
Here you are in "paradise." Somehow, your mind keeps wandering back to the U.S. mainland, where unlimited reserves of craft beer await your return. What you need is an Island Guide to Beer!
Carol Stoudt & Stoudts Brewing Company
In his youth, Eddie stumbled into ownership of his 1929 Packard through a keen assessment of value in a world of antiques. She was a classic girl - light grey, with curvaceous, ebony fenders framing the tires in well-manicured arches.
Caves, Catacombs & Beer Cellars
This secret world of caves and cellars seems to be shrouded in mystery, a throwback to ancient times when catacombs wound furtively underground throughout the European continent.
CBN Evening Brews at Celebrator.com
“I’m Allison Cook…and I’m Tom Dalldorf…oops!” begins the CBN Evening Brews, a little silly shtick that propels a great idea into the craft beer world.
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