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Winter Beer at Allentown Brew Works Fest
As the weather turns cold in the Northern parts of the United States, our mood turns to heightened anticipation of those highly alcoholic brews typically found at Holiday dinners and next to a roaring fireplace.
Winter Warmers - 20 Must Haves for the Beer Cellar
This winter, share your valued Winter Warmers with friends and lovers. Replenish your selections early in the season, while supplies are abundant and variety is yours for the asking.
Winter Warmers for the Discriminating Beer Drinker
Your mind enters darkened hallways…catacombs…winding concrete stairways that melt into darkness…an archway surrounding heavy oak doors that open into your beer cellar.
Witch's Brew Spice Cake Recipe
The Beer Fox says, “This golden spice cake has a rich, nutty flavor that warms your soul like a clear fall day in New England!
Women Brewmasters - Inside the Brewers' Studio
At the Great American Beer Festival, October 2007, I found myself onstage with Tom Dalldorf of Celebrator Beer News, for a live radio broadcast “Inside the Brewers’ Studio,” interviewing three sharp and sassy U.S. brewmasters.
Women in Brewing - Georgina Young
What man does not find fascination in an intriguing woman, particularly one who can straddle the line between femininity and competency in brewing?
Women's Craft Beer Tasting Groups in America
Craft Beer Tasting has become chic among American women. We have found a sense of sisterhood in trying new flavors and matching them with food.
World Beer Consumption – Are the Stats Warped ?
“A statistician is a professional who diligently collects facts and data and then carefully draws confusions about them.” Although the source is unknown, we laugh at the truth found in this little gem.
World Beer Cup - American Brewers Reach World Class Status
Not only have American brewers mastered the styles of their European heritage; they have also introduced a degree of innovation and extremism that places them on the cutting edge of brewing history.
World Beer Cup 2008 - Pinnacle of Success
When do you think Charlie Papazian, founder of the Association of Brewers, president of the Brewers Association, and founder of the World Beer Cup, will be recognized with a Nobel Peace Prize for his contributions in uniting the global economy of beer? It is a peacemaking mission, isn’t it?
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