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Ladies Beer Tea - Belgian Cafe Philadelphia
A steady caravan of women filed along the street. It was mid-afternoon, and one-by-one, they seemed to disappear through Belgian-esque colors of red, yellow and black. Some arrived, wearing wide-brimmed hats and afternoon dresses.

Ladies Beer Tea in Philadelphia
Big events, such as the Forum of the Gods, the International Great Beer Festival, and Zythos America, anchored Philly Beer Week, but only one was totally focused on women: The Ladies Beer Tea at the Belgian Café in the Fairmount region of Philadelphia.

Lake Sinclair Jerk Chicken
It´s time you added cooking with beer to your culinary repertoire! A dish with zappin´flavor and a minimum of work!

Lakeland Pasta Salad Recipe
Crisp garden vegetables and festive rotini with tantalizing Lakeland Dressing is a refreshing addition to the buffet table, whether celebrating an autumn holiday or enjoying a Sunday afternoon with friends.

Lammsbraeu Barley Based Gluten Free Beer
The German consumer magazine Öko-Test reports that Neumarkter Lammsbraeu Organic Beer now makes Neumarkter Lammsbraeu Gluten Free Beer, a German Pilsner-style beer crafted with barley.

Last Call for Bruce Nichols - A Memorial
The sense of awe they would instill in future generations would escape them. But to those who lost a friend and colleague, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Locust Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was an appropriate setting to memorialize a man who appreciated beauty.

Laurel River Honey Swirls Beer Bread Recipe
The Beer Fox says, "Buttery, honey-drenched swirls burst with mouth watering flavor and the enticing aroma of pecans and cinnamon!"

Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company - Symbol of Tenacity
When Leslie and Mark Henderson chose to open a brewery in 2003, they fittingly chose the Magnolia as the symbol of their tenacity. Up to that point, not one brewery had been established in Mississippi since Prohibition.

Le Chevalerie du Fourquet des Brasseurs
They have been protectors of the masses for hundreds of years, guardians of sustenance, promoters of the common good.

Left Hand & Terrapin Beer Dinner at Monk's Cafe
As I step onto the train platform at Suburban Station in Philadelphia, an infinite ocean of people, shops, sounds and smells fly at me in a continuous stream of consciousness. I feel like James Joyce or J.P. Donleavy.

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