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Interview – Secrets Revealed - Steve Hawk 2010
Steve Hawk, Philly Beer Geek 2010, answers questions about his personal connections to beer; then, reveals secret plans for his future.

Irish Cooking - Glengarriff County Cork Stew Recipe
The Beer Fox says, “A taste of the Irish! Delicious aromas contribute to an aura of home-style comfort during leisure cooking time.”

Irish Red Ales and Stouts for St. Patty's Day
Green - the symbol of Ireland, gateway to St. Patty’s Day and the national color of Ireland. The color is all-encompassing, as is the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day in the U.S., where it has become a day to celebrate life.

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant - Award Winning and Dynamic
Nothing is so warming to the spirit as a brewpub that is “alive. ” It is invigorating to the soul. It makes you want to return.

Is Beer the Secret Spice of Life ?
Discover the secrets of herbs and spices, crafted into beers with tantalizing results.

Is Ginger Beer an Aphrodisiac ?
In my local Indian food market, I recently came across a horn root. Shiny and fat, it appeared to have little nubs, or horns, protruding from the sides.

Is Nigerian Guinness Gluten Free ?
At this time of year, everyone in America claims to be Irish, with Guinness Draught and Guinness Extra Stout being the frontrunner of choice for most beer-drinkers...

Is Saké Beer ?
Is saké beer, or is saké a beverage unique unto itself? Many would argue that, since it is made from rice, (a grain), and fermented, it is truly beer.

Is There Romance in the Brewer's Beard?
I find it disconcerting that Garrett Oliver, in his comprehensive encyclopedia, The Oxford Companion to Beer, did not have an entry for “Brewer’s Beard.”

It's George's Fault at Home Sweet Homebrew
…and however it turns out, it’s George’s Fault.

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