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Fresh Grounds

Gastropub pioneer, Will Reed, takes a different approach to artisanal brewing. by Erica Bauwens Artisanal cuisine is on the rise, thanks largely to area restaurateurs embracing locally-sourced ingredients and hand-crafted techniques. For proof, look no further than William Reed, co-owner ...

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PBW Vicaris Beer

Brewing a Beer Week tradition. by Daniel Neuner The influence of Philadelphia’s beer community extends beyond North America. Trappist beers, saisons, and lambics remain in America due in part to the decades of hard work of beer goliaths and organizations ...

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Safety First

Safety First

Iron Hill’s Kevin Walter leaves his college degree behind to fulfill a passion for beer. by Brion Shreffler With every sane person on the planet loving beer, it’s no wonder that brewing is something people keep falling into as a ...

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SUPER- BEEROES!

SUPER- BEEROES!

the Incredible Crafty Sudsy Six. by Joe Gunn I’ve always wanted to be a superhero. I would have taken anything, even the lame powers of Aquaman or the male Wonder Twins. Around the age of 10, I thought I was ...

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Three Round Draw

Three Round Draw

A drunken conversation about art, beer, and wrasslin' with Steven Leibensperger by Jon Billett Since launching in March of 2013, Kutztown’s Saucony Creek Brewing Company has made their presence felt throughout our area with their forward-thinking beers. You’ve probably heard ...

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In Search of the Lightning Round

In Search of the Lightning Round

Meet Brooklyn Brewery rep and aspiring taxidermist, Miles Moser. Stop 1: TIME After a couple rounds of Ich Bin Ein Berliner Weisse  and shots of whiskey at Nodding Head, They headed to TIME. Adam: I’m honored to be your only ...

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Beer for the Birds

Beer for the Birds

Feeding our fine feathered friends. by Bobby Goodfeather Nice weather is finally here and we are all looking forward to putting back a few pints outdoors, enjoying the warmth and sunshine after being cooped up indoors all winter. While you’re ...

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Summer & Seafood

Summer & Seafood

Half shell oysters with Farmhouse roasted habanero granita. by Chef Robert Legget Flying Fish has easily produced one of the best summer beers to hit the local distributors this year. The Farmhouse Summer Ale’s bright, citrusy aroma with some pleasant ...

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Doing Cool Stuff For Cool People

Doing Cool Stuff For Cool People

Josh Pannepacker is one of the busiest dudes in the music scene 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 ...

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The Sweeter Side of Brewing

The Sweeter  Side of Brewing

The homebrewed rise of Mead. 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 ...

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