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It's George's Fault at Home Sweet Homebrew
…and however it turns out, it’s George’s Fault.
J Wilson's Diary of a Part Time Monk
Is it possible to live on Lenten Doppelbock alone in a modern world? J Wilson, a newspaper editor for the Adams County Press in Corning, Iowa, launched his own campaign in 2011 to find out.
Jason Harris - Keystone Homebrew Supply Adventure
Don Russell, Founder and Director of Philly Beer Week, has dubbed Jason’s new Keystone Homebrew Supply store as Disneyland for Homebrewers. But I call it Six Kegs Great Adventure Theme Park.
Jay Misson of Triumph Brewing Company Passes Away
The difference between try and triumph is the UMPH! and for Triumph Brewing Company the UMPH has taken on a sadder tone this week with the passing of Jay Misson, 45, Director of Brewing Operations for three Triumph brewpubs.
Jeff Bagby - Lucky Pants at the 2010 GABF
Jeff Bagby’s tattersall check pants just kept flashing before my eyes – five times, six times, seven times … I knew something special was afoot.
Jeremy Cowan and Shmaltz Brewing Company
A party atmosphere follows Jeremy Cowan wherever he goes. Perhaps he’s just an overgrown kid who needs to be put in the time-out chair.
Jess Streeter - The Making of a Beer Geek
When Jess Streeter won the 2014 Philly Beer Geek Championship on June 5th, she felt like explosions were going off in her head. The time and place suddenly took on a surreal quality, as if she was transformed into another dimension.
Jess Streeter Faces a Daunting Competition
As the Beer Fox and co- founder of the Philly Beer Geek Championship, I have the annual task of interviewing the stars of the Philly Beer Scene. In this interview, Jess Streeter, Philly Beer Geek 2014, reveals her innermost thoughts about the competition process.
Jim Koch Presents Samuel Adams in Philadelphia
My train was running late. “Signal problems,” they said. It didn’t much matter. I was headed to Monk’s Café in Philadelphia for a Samuel Adams Dinner, presented by the energetic Jim Koch, founder of Boston Beer Company.
Joe Sixpack's Best of the Brews Awards
Don Russell, more widely known as author, reporter, and radio personality Joe Sixpack, took the stage on Opening Tap night at the Comcast Center to announce the Best of the Brews Awards, Philly style. In a city known for its cynical perspective, these brewers awards were in-line with the city’s sens
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