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Champagne Beer for Champagne Girls
Your idea of the “Champagne Girl” is no different than the exotic, feminine beauty of the “Grand Cru Girl”, “Duvel Darling”, or “Woman of Witte.”
Celiacs Guide to Gluten Free Beer
Over 2 million Americans are diagnosed with gluten intolerance, also known as Celiac Disease. These beer-loving adults are finally gaining the attention of craft brewers throughout the world.
Celebrator Beer News Brews Cruise to Alaska
Even with this promise of nature´s magnificence, choosing a premium themed Alaskan cruise presents exponentially greater rewards, particularly when that cruise is beer-centric.
Celebrator Beer News Adds Flip Page Technology
Digital is not just for huge, mainstream publishers like Conde Nast and Time Inc. Celebrator Beer News, celebrating its 24th year as the country’s oldest brewspaper in 2012, is the first beer publication available in digital flip-page technology for free.
Celebrator Beer News 20th Anniversary Mardi Gras
What started out in 1988 as the California Celebrator founded by Bret and Julie Nickels, has flown through a thrill ride of 20 years to become the benchmark of beer industry news.
Celebration Time with Zwaanend'ale
In celebration of the 375th anniversary of the Zwaanendael settlement, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery of Milton, Delaware, USA, has designed Zwaanend’ale, a rye bock based on vintage recipes of Dutch heritage.
Celebrating the Celebrator - Tom Dalldorf
He is the supreme reflection of West Coast living: laid-back, progressive, energetic, high-spirited, unconventional, cosmopolitan, and fun-loving – all rolled up into one.
CBN Evening Brews at Celebrator.com
“I’m Allison Cook…and I’m Tom Dalldorf…oops!” begins the CBN Evening Brews, a little silly shtick that propels a great idea into the craft beer world.
Caves, Catacombs & Beer Cellars
This secret world of caves and cellars seems to be shrouded in mystery, a throwback to ancient times when catacombs wound furtively underground throughout the European continent.
Carol Stoudt & Stoudts Brewing Company
In his youth, Eddie stumbled into ownership of his 1929 Packard through a keen assessment of value in a world of antiques. She was a classic girl - light grey, with curvaceous, ebony fenders framing the tires in well-manicured arches.
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