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What Will 2015 Bring to Craft Beer

Another year is in the books and craft beer is still showing no signs of slowing down. In 2014, we saw over a dozen new breweries open their doors in the area and new craft-centric bars continue to dominate the ...

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A Mixologist in Everyone

Over the past couple years, artfully crafted cocktails have become incredibly popular. Hand-chipped ice, fresh herbs and fruits, signature tinctures, and other fancy elements have helped elevate the cocktail resurgence to levels it has never achieved. The only downfall of ...

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Grown Children

Grown Children

The interview starts in Matt’s living room in New Jersey to take photos. Mark: Until Philly Beer Scene people showed up here, I honestly thought this was a way for you to get me to hang out with you on ...

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Eckerton Hill Farm

Eckerton Hill Farm

During the winter holidays, cheese comes to the fore—and no one wants to present a milquetoast cheese plate. Luckily, it’s easy to make your selections stand out and please a crowd if you keep a few basic rules in mind: ...

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I On Beer

I On Beer

written by Joe Gunn I’m about to turn 40 and it’s not going well. I don’t really feel old but I’m totally freaked out about being halfway to 80. People in their 20s and 50s like to tell me it’s ...

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The Romance of Malting in a Microcosm

“A biologist, a chemist and a farmer walk into a bar.” Sounds like the beginning of a classic pub joke, doesn’t it? But these days, real-life drama surrounds this new breed of “scientists”—micro-maltsters, romanced by the lure of the craft, ...

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Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reinbeer

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reinbeer

When it really comes down to it, the perfect gift to give every beer lover, for any holiday or occasion, is beer. All the risk of giving a gift that the person may not like is gone. You know they ...

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Keeping it in the Family

Keeping it in the Family

written by Adam Paulus Prohibition effectively ended a once proud, robust brewing industry in the city of Philadelphia. Very few breweries survived the shutdown, and for those who remained, the future was not bright. Robert Gretz was the third-generation scion ...

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Something in the Water

Something in the Water

Every successful brew day begins with a well-thought-out plan based on a recipe using the perfect combination of grains, hops, yeast and the brewer’s preferred brewing process. Of course, the goal of every brew day is to brew the best ...

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Saucony Ring Bologna Smoked Salmon

Saucony Ring Bologna Smoked Salmon

By Chef Robert Legget It’s not often that I get to dine out; when the opportunity to eat elsewhere arrives, I definitely try to make it count. Vernick has always been high on my list. While recently there, I was ...

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