Monthly Archives: August 2012

Tips from Julia Herz

“Frosted Glassware Is Not Cool: Temperature Tips for Craft Beer Retailers” by Julia Herz Ostensibly a “cheat sheet” for craft beer retailers to teach them to properly store, dispense and serve craft beer consistent with the demands of an ever-more-knowledgeable … Continue reading

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The Education of the Beer Consumer Continues…

Hunt for exotic beers goes beyond the pale Two guys go into a bar. One orders a Bud and the other a framboise. Which one gets the funny looks? At some Kansas City pubs, it may be the former. Several … Continue reading

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Gose Fans, One That You Can Probably Find…

Beer of the Month: Samuel Adams Brewing Verloren Samuel Adams Brewing Verloren: Beer of the Month (Glenn Koenig / Los Angeles“Verloren” means “lost” in German, and this beer certainly deserves the name. It’s in a style called Gose (GOH-zuh), which … Continue reading

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As If You Need Another Reason…

  Have a beer, your skin will thank you Dr. Neil Sadick  was in town for the Summer American Academy of Dermatology Meeting. Dr. Sadick, who has more esteemed professional titles that I can even begin to list, caught my … Continue reading

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Chocolatey, Coffee Beer. What’s not to like?

Cup of joe, meet stein of beer By Tom Wilmes Twisted Pine Brewing’s Big Shot Espresso Stout makes a great Bloody Mary substitute. ( MARK LEFFINGWELL ) Beer with breakfast? Go for it. But, just like if you order a … Continue reading

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Beverage worthy of nuptial toasts

AP News Brewing up love: Weddings tap craft beer craze ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — You may now chug with the bride. Toasting the bride and groom with Champagne is de rigueur. But recently, couples hip (or is that hops?) to … Continue reading

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Weddings With Craft Beer, Nice!

Craft Beer: Weddings Get On Board With Craft Brewing Craze. ALBANY, N.Y. — You may now chug with the bride. Toasting the bride and groom with Champagne is de rigueur. But recently, couples hip (or is that hops?) to craft … Continue reading

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Interesting POV

What beer can teach the church by Zachary Bailes • August 15, 2012 • Ministry, Spiritual Formation • 3 Comments The local church isn’t the only institution faced with making difficult decisions in the turbulent, 21st century. Beer companies are facing a changing landscape as well. … Continue reading

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Targeting Women is key

She’s 60, she’s beautiful, and she’s wine. Therein, according to a research report from BMO Capital markets, lies both the problem and the opportunity for Canadian beer makers. Canadians are aging – which means they drink more. But they’re still … Continue reading

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The Ultimate in Local Beer, Love It!!

Maryland farmers try beer production Legislation makes it possible to brew and sell on the farm Maryland’s burgeoning agritourism industry is offering consumers yet another product to satisfy their hunger — or thirst, in this case — for locally grown … Continue reading

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Kind of Typical for Him, Right?

Owner complains Obama’s Iowa beer tent stop cost him $25,000 Was the beer cup half full or half empty? President Barack Obama’s impact on what is arguably the Iowa State Fair’s most storied watering hole has become a morning-after mini-debate … Continue reading

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Merriam-Webster’s 2012 Update

Now includes Craft Beer!!

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This Article Drips With Pride! Love it!

Boston 9th Best Beer City in the World & How We Can Become Number 1 July 25th, 2012 by Dave Eisenberg Posted in Beer, drinking made easy, hill farmstead brewery, the alchemist, three sheets LOCAL 0 inShare Cheers, Boston. Another … Continue reading

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Month Long Craft Brew Festival: YES!

Virginia Puts Love on Tap with First-Ever August Virginia Craft Beer Month PR Web Richmond, Va. (PRWEB) July 26, 2012 Virginia’s reputation as a destination full of local flavor has a new experience to tout with the first-ever August Virginia … Continue reading

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Mead Day is August 4th

Mead is perhaps the oldest fermented beverage. It’s made by combining honey, water and yeast. It is often referred to as honey wine. Mead can be flavored with flowers, herbs, fruits, spices or anything else you can think of, or … Continue reading

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