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The Tasting Room

The Tasting Room

January 2014 Venue: Wycombe Publick House Our final Tasting Room of 2013 took place in the heart of Bucks County. Located just outside Newtown, Wycombe Publick House has been open for just about a year and a half now, in a historic building that started ...

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Cooking with Craft for the Holidays

Cooking with Craft for the Holidays

Well, well, here we are again! ‘Tis the season for the insanity! This year, I have a cure for the chaos of mobbed shopping, screaming kids, smelly aunts and lame office parties. There is no better excuse to booze up ...

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Are Beer Nerds Ruining Craft Beer?

Are Beer Nerds Ruining Craft Beer?

Over the last twenty-five years, the amount of craft breweries in this country has risen from 100 in 1988 to almost 2500 in 2013.  The staggering expansion of craft beer has been fueled by, supplied by, and produced by a ...

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I On Beer

I On Beer

It’s that magical time of year again that everyone complains about. I personally love the holiday season. Even though I’m usually sick of Christmas beers around the 12th, I get really excited for them every year. I love getting presents, myths about ...

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A Beer and Art Juxtaposition.

A Beer and Art Juxtaposition.

Dan Endicott, along with his partner, Gerard Olson, have been serving up brilliant renditions of traditional-style beers for the past two years at Forest & Main in Ambler. Dan is responsible for the British-style offerings, while Gerard handles the Belgians. ...

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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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Cranberry Creek Monomonock & Tröegs Troegenator

Cranberry Creek Monomonock  & Tröegs Troegenator

Cranberry Creek Farm is a goat dairy and vegetable farm located in the Pocono Mountains in Cresco, PA. The farm offers fresh and aged goat cheeses from a cheesemaking program that is headed by none other than Paul Lawler, former ...

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Meet The Scene

Meet The Scene

Clothing Portfolios and Chromed-out Dirt bikes Meet Varga Bar manager, Rich Colli, as interviewed by Steve Mashington. Steve: How did you get started in the restaurant industry? Rich: Porn. Gateway industry. S: That’s what I like to hear. Were you ...

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The Impact of Big Beer on the Craft Brewing Industry in America

The Impact of Big Beer on the Craft Brewing Industry in America

Craft beer has become ubiquitous today and this type of exposure to the marketplace is inclining more and more people to branch out to try different styles of full-flavored beers. For the beverage giants, sales are stagnant or declining, and ...

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Beer Can Christmas Tree

Beer Can Christmas Tree

This article should begin with the disclaimer that this is probably not a project one will be able to pull off this year. Unless you have friends who work at bars that sell a whole lot of cans and want to save ...

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