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From Philly to France

From Philly to France

A Journey Around the World Led Mike Donahue to Opening a Brewery in France written by Kate Robinson  Benjamin Franklin never actually said, “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy,” but being a native ...

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Brouwerij Bosteels

Brouwerij Bosteels

Brewing history into its beer. Older than the Kingdom of Belgium itself, seven generations of Bosteels have brewed at “Family Brewery Bosteels” since 1791. Most well-known for its Tripel Karmeliet—a mainstay on the extensive Monk’s Café beer bible—Bosteels is located ...

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The Tinkerer

The Tinkerer

The Vault’s Mark Thomas breaks into the biz in a big way. written by Mike Madaio “I remember this one time,” Mark Thomas says, while sitting at The Vault, the pub crafted out of a 100-plus-year-old bank in Yardley where ...

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On the Road

On the Road

Modern Day Gypsies Redefining Contract Brewing written by Brion Shreffler “Even in my hometown of Baltimore, some brewmasters didn’t take me seriously at first,” Brian Strumke of Stillwater Artisanal Ales says, referring to the resentment with which he and other ...

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Shangy’s

Shangy’s

The Search for Better Beer written by Neil Sheehan Long before the craft beer market went into hyperdrive, eons before quality IPAs, porters and Belgian ales of all stripes became available within short distance of beer lovers all over the ...

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Yards Love Stout Tempura Oysters with Ancho Cocktail Salsa.

Yards Love Stout Tempura Oysters with Ancho Cocktail Salsa.

by Chef Robert Legget In the wide, wonderful world of beer, stout with oysters is as foodie cliché as it gets. But this Philly born beauty screams for tradition with its delicious black roastiness and a balanced bitter finish. This ...

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Making Lunch with Philadelphia Brewing Company

Making Lunch with Philadelphia Brewing Company

At Philadelphia Brewing Company, workers are eating their bosses’ lunch. Literally. written by Danya Henninger Most businesses recognize a midday meal as an essential component of a productive afternoon. Some provide a cafeteria. Some stock a variety of on-site vending ...

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Rocking Out With Jeremy Myers

Rocking Out With Jeremy Myers

The Neshaminy Creek head brewer is setting the stage for big things. written by Danya Henninger It only took one glass of beer to convince Neshaminy Creek Head Brewer Jeremy Myers to whip out his bass. Granted, the beer in ...

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Weird Beer #34

Weird Beer #34

Where’s the Hops?   Hops are basically as essential an ingredient to beer as it gets. For most craft beer drinkers, it’s their favorite part of beer. You can’t make an IPA without hops and what is beer without IPAs? ...

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A Motley Christmas Crew

A Motley Christmas Crew

Guardians of the Galaxy grab a beer. By Chris Maurer Imagine you were suddenly abducted from Missouri in 1988, traveled outer space for over twenty years, and then ended up here in Philly during the wintery months. Now imagine you’ve ...

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