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New Guidelines for Gluten Free Beer
Although some people have picked-up the gluten free lifestyle to be stylish, eating gluten free for the Celiac has nothing to do with being trendy. It is a necessity.
New Orleans Pecan Pie Recipe
The Beer Fox says, Delight in this festive holiday pie with huge, full-flavored pecans, enhanced with the unique elegance of a complex, finely crafted ale.
Newburg Salmon in Parchment Recipe
The Beer Fox says, Tasty seafood, locked with the flavor of herbs in parchment, is a flavorful-treat in this zesty sauce.
Nippon Craft Beer Festival & Toshi Ishii Honor Michael Jackson
The Nippon Craft Beer Festival 2007 was held in Tokyo on September 30, 2007 the day of the worldwide Toast to Michael Jackson, who passed from our beer world one month earlier.
No Barley - Gluten Free Beer of Lakefront Brewery
Lakefront Brewery has created an impressive array of styles ranging from conventional, German and Belgian-styles to 100% Certified Organic, and most recently, to New Grist, a beer for Celiacs that is brewed from sorghum and gluten-free yeast grown on molasses.
North Shore Pineapple Meringue Recipe
The refreshing sweet-tang of pineapple meringue is a nice touch for the Christmas season. Pineapples are a symbol of hospitality, and this twist on sweetness adds a light-hearted zest as a memorable holiday dessert.
Off Centered Sam Calagione at Monk's Cafe
Sitting in one of the most renowned beer bars in the country with off-centered people ranks as one of the great joys in my life. Off-centered people are really among the most creative inspirations in the world.
Okrakoke Swordfish Dijon Recipe
The Beer Fox says, A fresh Dijon glaze creates its own unique flavor when combined with the rich juiciness of swordfish.
Oktoberfest & Marzen Styles of Beer
Oktoberfestbier, overlapped with Marzen and Vienna styles, flows abundantly in the fall, paired with foods that speak of seasonal comfort. The sweet breadiness of the Oktoberfest style is enough to convince even the most hard-line mainstream-beer enthusiasts to stray into the world of craft beer.
Olives in Beer
When I initially heard olives in beer was a common practice in the Midwestern part of the USA, tiny hairs stood up on the back of my neck. That bittersweet malty profileEiolated by a Pit Junkie!
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