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Pumpkin Ales and Foods That Harmonize
Good beer-and-food harmonization is achieved by following the guidelines set by the Brewers Association. This may scare you regarding pumpkin ales.
Pumpkin Ales that Howl at the Moon
I’m feeling a bit like Linus in the pumpkin patch, waiting for the Great Pumpkin to arrive. And arrive it does, in the form of Pumpkin Ales that titillate the tongue and sate the spirit.
Q&A Fun for Philly Beer Geek Geniuses
Do you think you know a lot about beer? Here’s a little Q&A fun to accompany your late evening beer.
Quick & Easy Recipes to Treat a Hangover
During a hangover, you are suffering, so you need the ability to treat your throbbing head with a simple remedy that tastes good and works effectively.
Quick & Easy Scotch Caramel Cake Recipe
A deep amber body, tinged with ruby and topped with a cream-colored head emits aromas of caramel, plums, butterscotch, alcohol, and light cocoa. As an ingredient in cake, Belhaven Scottish Ale provides moisture and rich fruity flavors.
Quotes About Beer & Drink
Everyone seems to love a beer quote. Beerwriters select their favorites for hook-boxes in journals; magazine editors use them as attention-getters. Often, these quotes have not been thoroughly researched for the exact source...
Radler Fights for Its Life in New Zealand
Technically, a trademark cannot be granted on a name that is a generic term or is known as a recognized beer style, but DB in New Zealand succeeded in trademarking the terms Radler and Saison and claiming them as its own idea.
Random Musings of a Beer Fan
I have to confess – I haven’t always been a beer fan. Once upon a time, I would drink beer only as a second choice, when my budget wouldn’t stretch far enough to order a “real drink.”
Ray Deter of dba - A Tribute
He was a bar guy. Unpretentious, smart, opinionated, obsessed with good beer … cask-conditioned or craft brewed, it didn’t matter.
Real Ale - Cask Conditioning - Mark Dorber Style
The first Real Ale Festival in Chicago, Illinois needed the expertise of a well-seasoned Cellarman to help with critical equipment, the proper setup, optimal cellaring, and judging of the beer, so they looked across the pond to the UK where cask-conditioned beers were born.
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