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360° of Beer

360° of Beer

With only a recent resurgence in the craft beer world, a unique can innovation wasn’t something that most expected. After all, cans are still somewhat of a hot new thing in craft beer. However, craft cans aren’t exactly new to ...

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Thank You, Bert!

Thank You, Bert!

During my college years, “beer” was to be avoided at all costs. It was horrible, cold and even worse when warmed up a little. I would have rather had a glass of wine. Bert Grant’s Yakima Brewing Company and Real ...

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A Lindemans For The Cellar

A Lindemans For The Cellar

With summer around the corner, and the dog days closing in, it’s time to imbibe in something a bit lighter and refreshing. For some, that may mean a Bière de Garde or hefeweizen. For others, a summer ale or cider. ...

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Does Your Beer Have Legs?

Does Your Beer Have Legs?

You might have noticed them a bit more lately, slinking long and willowy on the side of your glass. Perhaps you feel tempted to run your fingers along their entire length, tracing the curves from beginning to end. Legs have ...

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A Local Take on Cider

A Local Take on Cider

Cider is often an easy go-to for beer lovers with a gluten intolerance. It’s familiar, around the same ABV, form-factor, drink size, and can be found on tap or in bottles just about anywhere.

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Respect the Wood

Respect the Wood

You invite some friends over for beers and when everyone leaves, you find that someone left their beer on your great-grandmother’s cherished coffee table that her lover brought back on the Titanic—which you were fortunate enough to inherit. Before your ...

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The Trailer Park Challenge

The Trailer Park Challenge

Once a month, the bell tolls for a sole sommelier. At the appointed hour, the clang resonates throughout the city of Philadelphia, reverberating through each and every down- town restaurant. His fellow sommeliers hang their heads in mourning. They duck ...

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Not the Time of the Season

Not the Time of the Season

Sneakers toe the line. A roar is caught in the crowd’s throat and your head booms hot with the pulse of your heart ready to run. It’s August. It’s time to buy pumpkin beer. You have to go ahead and ...

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RNV’s Hop Roots

RNV’s Hop Roots

written by Joseph Bair In 1978, President Carter passed the law legalizing beer making. The hops, yeast and malt industry geared up for the new phenomenon of artisan brewers. They sponsored craft beer festivals and conventions with information, samples and ...

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Train Kept A-Rollin’

Train Kept A-Rollin’

“Everyone’s drinking the Kool- Aid and looking through their goggles,” says Rui Lucas. He’s not talking about the electric acid test kind of beverage. The general manager at Iron Abbey Gastro Pub in Horsham, PA is referring to craft beer. ...

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