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Doing Cool Stuff For Cool People

Doing Cool Stuff For Cool People

by GW Miller III Run into multi-instrumentalist Josh Pannepacker and there’s a good chance he’s smiling, having just made an amusing observation or offered a fond memory. And you’ll most likely find him in a bar with a Rowhouse Red ...

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The Sweeter Side of Brewing

The Sweeter  Side of Brewing

by Adam Crockett Mead is an amazing beverage, it’s neither beer nor wine, but somehow falls in the middle of both. It’s an ancient beverage too, in fact, some people believe it’s actually the oldest fermented alcoholic beverage on Earth. ...

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Thanks, Dad

Thanks, Dad

by Pat Myers My love for craft beer started when I was in college. I drank a lot of wine at first and didn’t really enjoy the taste of beer. Granted, I was drinking very cheap beer and didn’t really ...

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Cincinnati, Ohio

Cincinnati, Ohio

Much like Philadelphia, the city of Cincinnati has a rich history of brewing. At its peak, it was one of the four biggest beer-producing cities in the country. Breweries such as Christian Moerlein, Conrad Weindisch, and Gottlieb Mulhauser were leading ...

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Righteous Felon’s Storm King Jerky

Righteous Felon’s Storm King Jerky

Pickled eggs are a bar snack of days past. There may be a few “dive” establishments that still offer up this most unappealing of bar snacks, but most bars have moved on and ramped-up their pre-made offerings. One such offering ...

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Brouwerij De Koninck

Brouwerij De Koninck

by Matt Brasch The battle cry of the U.S. craft beer revolution is “drink local,” which stands for the concept of drinking fresh, well-crafted beer made in your town. While this is not a new concept in the U.S., but ...

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Seasonality of Cheese

Seasonality of Cheese

by Alex Jones It’s funny how beer and cheese, two foods whose production is designed to make them relatively shelf-stable and available at any time of year, are affected by the seasons. We turn to bolder, heavier brews in the ...

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Best of the Philly Beer Scene Awards

Best of the Philly Beer Scene Awards

Brewery of the Year:  Victory Brewing Co. 2013 was a great year for craft beer in the Philadelphia area, between new breweries opening, established breweries taking off, and young breweries continuing to find their way. Victory Brewing Company had what ...

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Turning Beer Into Wine

Turning Beer Into Wine

by Danya Henninger Anyone can call themselves a beer sommelier. Thing is, not many people do. Two main reasons, and they’re somewhat at odds. First, even the most dedicated beer geeks don’t want to come off as snooty, a connotation ...

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ABANDON SHIP

ABANDON SHIP

In the days when we were explorers and nations explored the world via the oceans, fleets were led to their destination or battle by the flagship. The ship carried the colors of the country they represented and was led by the ...

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