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The Blind Tiger Redefines Its World-Class Reputation
With twenty-four beers on tap and a stunning offering of bottled selections, The Blind Tiger Ale House built a reputation of distinction that drew plaudits and patrons from all corners of the city and state, as well as from neighboring states and locations across the globe.
The beerbistro Cookbook - Book Review
If a restaurateur could capture velvet elegance and merge it with the comfort of relaxed indulgence, how much would your delectation increase? Casual elegance...Gourmet chic merged with relaxed gustatory delight - in a word, beerbistro of Toronto.
The Beer Journal - The Best in Personal Logbooks
The Beer Journal, designed and written by Chris Wright of Monument, Colorado, USA, has been engineered as a well-thought-out tool for your streamlined journey into this new world of craft beer.
The Beer Fox Meets The Beer Hunter
My eyes fell upon the dignified man at the table. Michael Jackson - The Beer Hunter. Unpretentious. Approachable.
The Beautiful Beer Belly
Can you drink beer and still maintain that svelte figure? Studies show that women who drink beer tend to weigh less than their non-beer drinking counterparts.
The Art of Breadmaking with Beer - The Basics
Have you ever hand-crafted your own bread? Brewing and breadmaking are two of the oldest crafts known to man. Part One teaches techniques and Old-World tips. Beer Bread Recipes follow in Part Two.
The Art of Breadmaking with Beer - Basic Recipe
Breadmaking with beer is an old world art that fills your home with delightful aromas. Part I explained beer, beer styles and techniques for breadmaking. Part 2 brings the art to life with a recipe for your enjoyment!
The 2010 Great American Beer Festival Rocks Denver
Of all the thousands of events each year, this is the chart-buster, the magnum opus, the crème de la crème. It is the Great American Beer Festival, the Crown Jewel of the Brewers Association and of the Beer World. There are other beer fests across the globe, but this one lives as the nonpareil.
Terroir and Beer
Terroir, the French word for “soil” or “earth,” is primarily used by oenophiles and coffee aficionados to describe the influence of local environment on wine and coffee, respectively.
Terrapin Rye Bread
The Beer Fox says, “Beautiful, brown and full-bodied, this zesty rye loaf is richly aromatic, with a texture that will tantalize your taste buds.”
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