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The Serious Side of Mike Lawrence - Interview
Mike Lawrence, 2013 Philly Beer Geek Champion, appeared to be having fun throughout the 2013 competition on June 6th at the Field House in Philadelphia, PA. Don’t be fooled.
The Society of Beer Judges
As I prepare myself for the task of judging at the Great American Beer Festival in October, a million random thoughts run through my head. I ask myself, Have I practiced enough?”
The Tender Bar - Book Review
JR Moehringer´s simple words drew me into the pages, as if through the door of that Tender Bar.
The Vermonster Fights a Monster
In a world where franchises and big business do their best to capture market share, the craft brewer seems to be a dying breed. When big business wields the sword, few have the resources to fight it.
The Vermonster Trumps Monster
Believe it! The combined power of the Internet, digital TV and radio, and traditional print media has the ability to provide enough high-voltage for a small-town business to subdue even a billion-dollar corporate giant.
The Vieux Carre - Crescent City Brewhouse
Every year during Mardi Gras, the Queen of the Mississippi rises to the grandeur that has become the signature of the South. In the spirit that surrounds the city, Crescent City Brewhouse in the Vieux Carre, blends Old World traditions with nouvelle class and style.
The Winning Side of Philly Beer Geek Jess Streeter
As one of the founders of the Philly Beer Geek competition, I am privileged to meet the most dedicated people in Philadelphia beer. Not only do I meet them, but I also get to pick their brains to find out what really makes them tick, how they think, and what they feel during the competition.
Three Tier System of Alcohol Distribution - USA
Imagine what it must have been like during Prohibition. Crazy and romantic, in its own way. Little shabby restaurants in brownstone houses…whisper the name of a mutual friend through the crack in the door, and the whiskey world would open to you. Or maybe you would drink beer.
Toast to the Ghosts of Burn Brae Mansion
The porch boards are slightly worn, with knotholes big enough to suck a teacup Yorkie into the bowels of hell. As the warm weather begins to wane, impatient winds moan through the grand oaks like a somber hymn, mourning those buried at nearby Glen Spey Cemetery.
Tomme Arthur At Monk's Cafe
To a brewer and a restaurateur, magical pairings between drink and food is the key to magnifique. When Brewmaster Tomme Arthur of Port Brewing/The Lost Abbey in San Marcos, California, merges his talent with Tom Peters, co-owner of Monk’s Café in Philadelphia, the earth moves.
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