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Rimming Techniques with a Twist

Rimming Techniques with a Twist

Women love to feel special when any holiday rolls around. Valentine’s Day is certainly no exception. A bouquet of roses or Victoria’s Secret may set the mood, but how do you prolong the pleasure? To a man, there are few ...

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Craving Chocolate & Cinnamon Sticks

Craving Chocolate & Cinnamon Sticks

“Our beer begins in the dirt,” says John Maier, Brewmaster of Rogue Ales of Newport, Oregon—a poignant statement that encapsulates that which the late Beer Hunter, Michael Jackson, informed for over 30 years. Jackson spoke about the terroir: the wind, awash with microscopic sea-salts, ...

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The Hunt for Pink October

The Hunt for Pink October

This October, while the rest of the country is smashing pumpkins and lagering märzen for their traditional autumn fests, three brewers in the Philly area are going pink … for Breast Cancer Awareness. Pause, for a moment, to think about ...

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An Olfactory Cannon Delivers the Goods

An Olfactory Cannon Delivers the Goods

The room seemed a bit surreal, lit with the reflective brightness of white from every corner—white tablecovers, white ceilings, white chair rail, crystalline glassware, and moussy beer-heads so thick one might mistake them for whipped cream. The room was sensual, ...

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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 Partner of Pleasure

A Partner of Pleasure

“Pleasure’s a Sin, and Sometimes Sin’s a Pleasure,” wrote Lord Byron in Don Juan. Whether focused on entertainment, happy satisfaction or sexual enjoyment, mixing pleasure with beer promotes good karma.

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Pleasures of the Man Cave

Pleasures of the Man Cave

The dead of winter seems to have its own charm – the smell of seasoned oak burning in the fireplace, muffled rumblings of your SUV rolling across a snow-laden driveway, the barely perceptible clink of glasses and an occasional shout ...

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Go Not to the Elves for Drink

Go Not to the Elves for Drink

“Go not to the elves for counsel, for they will say both yes and no,” wrote J.R.R. Tolkien. Such caution presents a dilemma. Christmas Ales and Winter Warmers are meant to be drunk deeply, until the brain turns fuzzy and ...

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Warming up Chilly Autumn Nights

Warming up Chilly Autumn Nights

Echoes of the past drift in my thoughts… scenes from an old farmhouse where, as a young adult, my friends and I warmed ourselves by the fireplace from late autumn harvest through winter snows. Not just one fireplace, though. This ...

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Intimate Digressions with Michael Jackson

Intimate Digressions with Michael Jackson

The roses, Michael, they’re stunning!” “Happy birthday, Lover. And the color?” “Gorgeous … deep … blood red.” I spooned the words slowly, feeding him each in a provocative tone, projecting a visual descriptive for his mind’s eye.

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