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Luck of the Irish

Luck of the Irish

There’s no denying it. St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most popular holidays celebrated at bars. Pub crawls, green beer, lots of toasting and laughter.  You clearly don’t need to be Irish to be drawn into the festivities. But, ...

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A Chance Seedling Named Amarillo

A Chance Seedling Named Amarillo

The Amarillo hop was discovered growing in a Virgil Gamache Farms Inc. (VGF) Liberty hop field. It looked more yellow-green and smelled more of grapefruit than the other hops. Visually, inside the cone was a brilliant yellow, lupulin color, Amarillo ...

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The Music Lover’s Other Passion

The Music Lover’s Other Passion

Johnny Brenda’s was brand new back in 2006 when John Vettese visited the Fishtown club to see Silversun Pickups, the alternative rock band from Los Angeles.

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Weyerbacher Old Heathen “Guerrilla-Style” Chili

Weyerbacher Old Heathen “Guerrilla-Style” Chili

The boozy aromas with big, robust malts in this Heathen are followed by a heavy, deep roast of coffee and a cocoa-like finish of extra bitter chocolate. Slight raisin and nut play teammates in this quaffable symphony of an aggressive ...

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The Wild Ale of Wines

The Wild Ale of Wines

One of the incredible aspects of craft beer is the story behind it. A story where in many cases, the beer tends to be a piece of art. It’s a showcase of the brewer and who he is. There is ...

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Beer Over the Bridge

Beer Over the Bridge

My discovery of craft beer came to me the same way I assume it did for most South Jersey natives, and that is, by way of Philadelphia. Growing up, I was always a fan of beer. I enjoyed trying different ...

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From California To Smuttynose

From California To Smuttynose

It’s very rare in this world to meet someone who loves and is truly passionate about what they do. David Yarrington—currently the Director of Operations at Smuttynose Brewing Company in Portsmouth, New Hampshire—is one of those people. Some might call ...

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CHARM CITY 101

CHARM CITY 101

You have never seen as many purple-painted SUVs as you will see cruising down the streets of Charm City. Ravens pride looms large in town. And beer is tailgating not far behind. Baltimore’s brewing history rivals Philadelphia right down to ...

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Reinventing Gas Station Food

Reinventing Gas Station Food

When it comes to food culture, there are always the hottest trends. Over the last few years it’s hard to forget America’s obsession with the likes of cupcakes, bacon, and classic cocktails. Each of these and even methods of selling ...

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New Holland Spirits

New Holland Spirits

Once a palate for craft beer is developed, there seems to be a logical next step into the world of craft spirits. Whiskies tend to offer up all the flavors and complexities that we crave in a well-brewed beer. Like ...

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