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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.
Top Ten List - How to Use a Macro Lager
So what does a craft beer enthusiast do when they discover a forgotten, half-used case of macro-brew in the back of their garage?
Top Woman Beer Rater in the USA - hotstuff
Women who love beer are still in the quiet minority. These roots are silently growing, however, spreading out like magma beneath a dormant volcano, ready to explode in a climax that will draw other women to beer as quickly as they were drawn to wine two decades ago.
Toshi Ishii at JDW International Real Ale Festival
Airport security was unusually tight. Under watchful eyes, laptop owners removed battery compartments and disconnected PCMCIA cards, while the contents in their backpacks were carefully scrutinized. Tourists endured frisking at random, and the air was abuzz with confusion.
Tour of the British Isles Beer Dinner with Michael Jackson
Add the eloquence and knowledge of British-born Michael Jackson, the World-class authority on beer and whiskey, and the British Isles breathe with life, “where the patter flows nonstop.”
Training for Sensory Identification in Beer
For a novice beer judge, the first morning of judging can be an intimidating affair.
Transformed To Love Beer
Today I knew the transformation was complete. I was passing a magazine rack where an open book caught my eye. A story about the thrills of drink splashed its colors across the page, demonstrating the rush of a champagne bottle on the pop.
Trappist Beer - The Select Seven
It is no wonder that a mysterious aura surrounds the world of Trappist Beer. Brewed in small quantities, but with the same dedication to perfection that had become their trademark, this beer became known throughout the world as the champagne of Belgium.
Treating a Hangover
Treating a hangover is much like treating a spill of French-roasted cappuccino on your finest white shirt. The sooner you attack the invader, the better your results will be.
Tribute to a White Knight
White Beer Travels always reminded me that beer was, in its most basic form, a complex drink, yet fun and refreshing. Just perusing the website would allow you to play with your cursor, where glasses of beer and miniature bottles of Duvel or Orval would follow you around like a band of wild cats.
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