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Hoparazzi Videographer Wins 2013 Philly Beer Geek
For most videographers who live behind the lens, competing in front of an audience and camera can be a bit unnerving. Not so for Mike Lawrence, who dramatically seized the stage in his self-styled rendition of Night of the Liquid Bread...
Hophound Productions – Experts in Cuisine & Beer
We were all fascinated with the idea that we, too, could entertain with the same flair that Martha Stewart promoted. And we did.
Hops Shortage and Hydroponics
Craft brewers are a tough lot. They always seem to be playing tug-o-war against the wind, as they spread their enthusiasm for brewing to beer-fans that thrive on their ambrosial elixir.
How Do You Define Beer - Lager - Ale - Porter ?
Question: Could you tell me the difference in ingredients when brewing Beer, Lager, Ale, and Porter?
How I Lost 30 Pounds Drinking Craft Beer
Over the course of four months, I initiated a lifestyle change that has resulted in a weight loss of thirty pounds, and it included craft beer.
How Judges Describe Beer
Beer judges are tasked with the job of tasting beer. Tough job, to say the least!
How Sales Reps Can Ruin Your Image
As the sun lowered over Miami to touch the horizon, the air was awash with the rich scent of burgers, brats, and hummus. “I have something I want you to write about,” said my friend from Chicago. My ears perked up.
How to Become a Certified Cicerone
Seven months after taking, and not passing, the Certified Cicerone Exam, I was still licking my wounds. Did I have the right stuff to hold the distinction of Certified Cicerone?
How to Become a Great Beer Judge
How do people become so aware of taste, aroma, style, appearance, texture, kinesthetics, and a host of other qualities that they qualify to judge at these world class competitions? Are there born tasters?
How to Interpret the Meilgaard Flavor Wheel
The Meilgaard Flavor Wheel, developed by Morten Meilgaard in the 1970s, has long been considered the beer flavor analysis standard by the European Brewing Convention, the American Society of Brewing Chemists, and the Master Brewers Association of the Americas.
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