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The Dark Side of Karen Eland
Karen Eland of Bend, Oregon has expanded the culture of beer in ways unlike any other. Think: Michelangelo and DaVinci, Vermeer, Picasso or Van Gogh.
The Elite Pride of Women Brewers
Women seem to have a natural affinity for brewing. This thing...this inexplicable brewing thing...something about it cannot not be ignored!
The Ginger Man - A Book Review
J.P. Donleavy is brilliant. This picaresque novel, written in a modified style of stream of consciousness, is constantly moving, giving the reader little time to ponder a moral or ethical dissection of Dangerfield's antics.
The Grand Embellishment of Food with Beer
Beer illuminates the flavors in food like a grand display of fireworks and laser shows! Discover the secrets that light up your senses in beer cookery.
The Great Alaska Beer & Barley Wine Festival - History Past & Present
Great Jazz, Be-bop, and Rock filled every corner, setting the elevated mood. Wall-to-wall people…having fun…enjoying taste.
The Greatest American Beer Competition of All
The 2012 Great American Beer Festival celebrated its 31st year, but the original commercial beer competition did not ramp-up until two years after the festival was founded, currently placing the competition segment in its 29th year.
The Headhouse - Philly's Heady New Beer Bar
In early March 2010, Bruce Nichols and Madame Saito will be presenting The Headhouse, a new bar experience in the Society Hill section of Philadelphia, with a focus on great regional craft beer and fusion cuisine.
The Human Growler Becomes a Legend
In his third attempt to seize the title, Steve Hawk, the Hawkenator – better known in Philadelphia circles as The Human Growler - captured the coveted title as Philly Beer Geek 2010 at the Philly Beer Geek Finals Competition on June 10th during the last Thursday of Philly Beer Week.
The Magic of Brewers' Yeast
Yeast has the ability to impart specific flavors to beer, just as surely as sourdough starter imparts a distinctive flavor to a loaf of French bread.
The Palmer Method of Homebrewing
Are you ready to "pitch the yeast" and brew your own beer? Master of Homebrewing, John Palmer, takes the mystery out of homebrewing and whets your appetite for an adventure in fermentation-land.
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