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The Infüz-O-Matic 5000

The Infüz-O-Matic 5000

Most people know all the basic equipment that lives within a typical brewhouse. You have your mash tun, the kettle, a few fermenters, and some bright tanks to go along with your kegs, firkins, and the lines used to fill ...

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The Liquid is Good

The Liquid is Good

Meet Rich Allen, brand ambassador of Long Trail/Otter Creek. Interview By Jane Dempsey

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Top Albums to Brew to

Top Albums to Brew to

We asked the brew team at Yards Brewing Company what their favorite albums to listen to while brewing are—and if you just happen to walk into Yards while the boys are at work, there’s a good chance that one of ...

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Brews Abroad: Germany’s “local” and Philly’s lucky.

Brews Abroad: Germany’s “local” and Philly’s lucky.

By Zack Cyphers You’ve heard of Spaten, Bitburger and Paulaner, but what about Schöfferhofer, Fässla or Maisel’s? In Deutschland, drinking beer means drinking what’s local. Beer stimulates the local economy and you can help support yours.

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Viva la Philadelphia!

Viva la Philadelphia!

When you think of Mexico, craft beer is one of the last things that comes to mind. Corona, beaches, tacos, and hell, even spring break, probably come to mind first. There is good reason for that, as Mexico isn’t exactly ...

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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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“Yarn”ing For a Simple Beer Bottle Project?

“Yarn”ing For a Simple Beer Bottle Project?

Some breweries are putting a lot of thought into what kinds of bottles they put their beer into nowadays. Yes, many use the typical 12oz. bottle, while others (many of the Italian breweries) are using very elaborate, almost decorative bottles ...

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Tasting Room April/May 2013

Tasting Room April/May 2013

April/May 2013 VENUE: Isaac Newton’s Isaac Newton’s is one of the classic beer bars in Bucks County. With an extensive draft and bottle list offering a variety of American craft and Belgian beers, Isaac Newton’s has become the go-to place for ...

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IPA: Brewing Techniques, Recipes, and the Evolution of India Pale Ale

IPA: Brewing Techniques, Recipes, and the Evolution of India Pale Ale

Nowadays, it seems like the only way to get the attention of beer drinkers is to add IPA to the name of the beer.  Ask almost any bar owner or brewer and they’ll be sure to enlighten you to the ...

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White Whale Ale

White Whale Ale

Beers have often been brewed with weird or unexpected ingredients. You have beers brewed with ghost peppers, miso, bull testicles, popcorn, chicken, and other bizarre ingredients, but they are all edible ingredients. Rogue Ales, known for using such odd ingredients ...

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