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Mystery of Enzymes for Brewing Beer
In my younger years, I found chemistry to be a little creepy. The instructor was a rookie, newly graduated from college and sorely lacking in the social skills needed to engage a roomful of juniors and seniors.
Naming Your Beer
Naming beer is as easy or as complex as you care to make it. When it comes to shelf time, the old laws of political correctness come into play.
Naming Your Homebrew - A Touch of Irreverence
Naming a beer creation is not exactly like naming your newborn child, although the love can be just as powerful.
Natalie DeChico Philly Beer Geek 2011 - Interview
Carolyn Smagalski, Beer Fox and Co-Founder of the Philly Beer Geek Competition, interviews Philly Beer Geek 2011 Champion Natalie De Chico about the 2011 competition.
National Beerdrinker of the Year 2007 - Diane Catanzaro Seizes the Crown
As she poured the coppery Old Chub into the glass of Duchesse, she proclaimed it "Chubesse," and added with a wink, “He’s in to her!”
National Beerdrinker of the Year 2008
When I raise conversation about the Beerdrinker of the Year Competition held by Wynkoop Brewing Company in Denver, Colorado, I am often met with one-liners and guffaws from those who are unfamiliar with this esteemed contest.
National IPA Championship Hosted by Brewing News
In any bracketed tournament, the Sweet Sixteen demands notice. At this level, real winners separate themselves from a qualified pack of competitors on a quest for the Golden Fleece...
National IPA Championship Rides Again
When asked what the principal ingredient in wine is, most women are pretty educated. “Grapes!” they sing, with gusto and enthusiasm. But ask them the same question about beer.
National Liberty Museum Beer Tasting and Glass Art
Beer is not what many would expect at the opening event of a showing of exquisite glass sculptures. Would these artists really want people exposed to eighteen beers while walking around their masterpieces, some valued at $18,000 and others, priceless pieces?
National Toast Memorializes Michael Jackson
On Sunday, the 30th of September 2007, beer bars, brewpubs and restaurants across the North American continent merged their hearts and spirits in a collective toast to the memory of the world’s leading authority on beer and whiskey, Michael Jackson.
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