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There’s something about the 80s and 90s. They were decades that never seem to be forgotten and many of the great characteristics (and some of the not so great) seem to carry on through today. Technology was prevalent but it ...

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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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Awesome Gift Ideas, Literally

Awesome Gift Ideas, Literally

Pocket Guide to Beer by Stephen Beaumont and Tim Webb The latest offering from respected beer writers Stephen Beaumont and Tim Webb is a guide book to help you travel the world in search of good beer. Small in stature ...

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Champagne Homebrew

Champagne Homebrew

As the end of another year approaches and brewers scramble to decide what holiday beers to brew, there ultimately is a question from friends and family—what beers do I want with my holiday dinner? Which beer would be good for ...

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Bitter Beer Face? Hardly!

Bitter Beer Face? Hardly!

Beer and I met like most people—being peer pressured into swallowing liquid I didn’t understand, but knew the results of its consumption were blissful (in moderation, of course). I’ve drunk my fair share of fizzy yellow water, even worked for ...

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Whorl of the Beer World

Whorl of the Beer World

Looking over the craft brew bottles and cans in fridges reminds me of flipping through album cover artwork in record stores. Many labels have hop cone graphics, which look like small green pine cones (to those who do not know hops). They fit “life size” cones ...

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Cleveland Rocks!

Cleveland Rocks!

Every week, Drew Carey and his co-stars victoriously chanted “Cleveland ROCKS,” introducing his eponymously named sitcom. At the time, most people outside of Cleveland were probably unsure as to what it was that rocked about Cleveland. Not much is usually ...

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Bringing it Home

Bringing it Home

Situated on the Delaware River in Lambertville, NJ, there once was a brewery called River Horse. Making its home in the 10,000 square foot building since 1996, the hippopotamus-themed microbrewery is now making its move to a 25,000 square foot space ...

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Sweeeeet!

Sweeeeet!

Joel Eckel founded We Bee Brothers in 2007, when beekeeping was an esoteric hobby and honey was found mainly on supermarket shelves. A year later, Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) became a national concern, reviving interest in urban beekeeping and accelerating ...

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