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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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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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Brooklyn BLAST! Sambal Fried Chicken with Ginger Coconut Rice

Brooklyn BLAST! Sambal Fried Chicken with Ginger Coconut Rice

Brooklyn BLAST! is a high octane imperial style pale ale. This crafty brew carries Brooklyn’s signature biscuit aroma, faintly, with a little bit of sherry in the nose. Hop aroma is definitely present, paving the way for a citrusy palate, ...

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A Crisp, Clean Lather

A Crisp, Clean Lather

If you love to drink beer and you like to stay clean, then there’s nothing better than beer soap. What better way to wake up in the morning than to cover yourself with your favorite deliciously-sudsy beverage? It’ll surprise you ...

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Bourgeois Burgers

Bourgeois Burgers

This is a true story about an honest winemaker who grew increasingly bemused at what was being asked of him. Anthony Truchard is sitting at a banquet table in Serpico. He is laughing into his glass of wine.   If you ...

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Magic Cap

Magic Cap

There are only so many times one is willing to see a good beer go to waste. Sometimes, you visit a brewery or bar and there is a great beer that is draft only, and after a couple pints you ...

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Saison Vos & Sheep Camembert

Saison Vos & Sheep Camembert

Soft-ripened cheeses—your brie styles, Camemberts, and those other pillowy, creamy, sometimes stinky, bloomy rinds—are a pretty versatile fromage family. From delicate, almost fluffy goat buttons like Shellbark Hollow’s seasonal Aurora’s Cloud to buttery, toothsome rounds of Buttercup Brie from Cherry ...

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St. Bernardus

St. Bernardus

During the Christmas season, you may have seen St. Bernardus Christmas Ale being offered on your local beer list. While you may have realized that it is a traditional Belgian brew, you may not have known that it shares the ...

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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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