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Opening Tap - Philly Beer Week 2009
It is a celebration of joy, this Philly Beer Week that comes but once a year. For those unschooled in the Science of Beer Wisdom, let me explain that a Beer Week lasts 10 days, not the typical 7 that was established by Emperor Constantine in 321 CE.
Orange Oatmeal Wit-Cranberry Cookies - Recipe
Served with Orange Oatmeal Wit-Cranberry Cookies, the delicate flavors of witbier awaken each flavor in the cookie. Get the recipe!
Organic Beer - Going Green for the Earth
Go green, young man, go green! is the new phrase of advice for the youth of our planet. Although I remember this adage from my grandmother and great aunts, as they grew their own vegetables and put up (as they called it)everything from peaches and jellies to corn and spaghetti sauce, I seem to have
Organic Brewers & Celtic Tradition - Crannog Ales
Tucked into the interior of British Columbia, a "special treasure" awaits your discovery - Crannóg Ales, a "Certified Organic,” old-world farmhouse-brewery, one of only a few breweries of this type in the world.
Oskar Blues - Leading Man of the Micro Can
Dale Katechis and Oskar Blues is synonymous with passion – that’s how he spreads himself like a fine barbecue sauce over the face of the Rocky Mountains.
Oxford Companion to Beer – Personal Book Review
The Oxford Companion to Beer, edited by Garrett Oliver with associate editor Dr. Horst Dornbusch, must be hailed as the world’s most comprehensive book on beer, to date.
Papago Brewing in Scottsdale Arizona
This is a beer Mecca, indeed. A rotund, 6-foot tall, Monk mannequin greets you upon entry, with a welcome to beer heaven sign at his feet.
Party Food - Black Warrior Meatballs Recipe
Kick back with a quick-and-easy recipe for your next holiday bash! Rave reviews for the beer lovin´ gourmet cook!
Patriot Brewer Collection Recreates a Taste of the Colonies
Despite the ragtag historical recipes available, Jim Koch, with the help of experts on Colonial America, recreated four authentic beers for the connoisseur market.
Patrons of the Brewing Arts
Each brewer is an artist in his own right; each beer style is easily recognized, particularly among those who are patrons of the brewing arts.
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