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Kutztown’s Own

Kutztown’s Own

He experienced his first Oktoberfest before he could legally drive in the United States. He drank in New Zealand, Austria, and Belgium before he was even old enough to vote in his home country. He conquered the world of action ...

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Wine Takes a Backseat to Italian Craft

Wine Takes a Backseat to Italian Craft

Readers describes their discovery of craft beer. If you have an interesting story about discovering craft beer, send it to us at discovery@beerscenemag.com. My story may be special or it may not, but it was one where I learned two ...

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Moving beer week again, again.

Moving beer week again, again.

The timing of Philly Beer Week has been violently debated since its infancy. PBW, as Twitter people probably call it, was originally held in March and remained there for another year. Because of the huge success and beautiful weather, it ...

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Before Mashing In

Before Mashing In

One of the great things about craft beer is that each beer has a story. Brewers tend to have their own style and reasons behind why they brew the beers they do. Getting to know the brewers can really change ...

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It’s Named What?: DirtWolf

It’s Named What?: DirtWolf

Victory Brewing, which has acted as a point of entry for many into craft beer, is branching out even further, its roots solidly planted after 17 years in the area. Victory recently released a new line of beers to shift ...

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Canada’s Craft Brew Center

Canada’s Craft Brew Center

When one thinks of Canadian beer, thoughts of traditional lagers come to mind, such as Labatt, Molson and Moosehead. However, in the city recognized as Canada’s financial center and known for the CN Tower, the NHL’s Maple Leafs and the ...

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Indra Kunindra

Indra Kunindra

The food and beer worlds continue to mesh together. Wine regularly becomes supplanted as the ideal pairing at some of the finest restaurants in the country. Beers are starting to be brewed with the expectations of being paired with food, ...

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Rimming Techniques with a Twist

Rimming Techniques with a Twist

Women love to feel special when any holiday rolls around. Valentine’s Day is certainly no exception. A bouquet of roses or Victoria’s Secret may set the mood, but how do you prolong the pleasure? To a man, there are few ...

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Automation, Technology & The Romance of Craft Brewing

Automation, Technology & The Romance of Craft Brewing

There was barely a bar stool available at Fishtown’s all-local, all-draft beer haven Johnny Brenda’s, when I ducked in one Saturday night in late October. I spotted co-owner William Reed at a first-floor table beneath the stairs, weaved my way ...

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3 Round Draw

3 Round Draw

Over the past several years, there has been a major resurgence for all things handmade. These days, it’s almost a guarantee that you will interact with a hand-drawn chalkboard of some type during a visit to your favorite restaurant or ...

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