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Mad Elves and Bad Elves
I happened to be on the North Pole Express today, an old steam engine on the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad line in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Malting Sorghum for Bards Tale Gluten-Free Beer
Five years of research and a big pocket-full-of-change has resulted in newly developed ingredients and technology that infuse real character into a 100 % malt-based Gluten-Free Beer for those with Celiac Disease.
Man's Discovery of Nature's Secret Drink
Early man was on constant alert, struggling in a hostile world. Fermented beverages changed his perception. They allowed him to relax.
Manayunk Brewery & Restaurant Headlines Hopfest
It was Saturday, April 24th, and the streets of downtown Manayunk were abuzz with sidewalk café-ers, window shoppers, and those seeking out local food and drink.
Mardi Gras Beer Cocktails for Fat Tuesday
Today is Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday, Fasnacht Day, Carnival. Nothing quite rouses my celebratory mood like the music, masquerade and rich libations associated with this festive Bacchanalian Fete.
Marietta Valley Pepper Steak Recipe
The Beer Fox says, “A colorful, flavor-packed family dish, with meat and vegetables in a juicy sauce.”
Mass Migration to the Great American Beer Festival
Mixed among these migrations, there's the Great American Beer Festival, the one governed by "Cascadian rhythms," the irrational drive that compels craft beer lovers to journey to Denver, Colorado, in search of liquid bread, sometimes very hoppy liquid bread.
Mata Beer - Kiwi Style in New Zealand
After only four months of production, Mata Artesian Beer snatched a Bronze Medal in the Pale Ale - German Style Kolsch Division at the New Zealand International Beer Awards in Nelson.
MBeer Contest - Concours MBière 2009 in Montreal
Designed by Mario D’Eer, the MBeer Contest/Concours MBière at the Mondial de la Bière in Montreal, Quebec distinguishes itself as the crème de la crème of sensory beer competitions across the globe.
Mead Evaluation for the Novice or Expert
When I began learning to judge mead, I felt like a bit of a … what’s the technical term? ... doofus. Mead terminology was a bit unfamiliar, I knew little about the different varieties of honey, and had difficulty keeping the words in their proper place.
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