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aLUREing Bottle Caps

aLUREing Bottle Caps

Here fishy, fishy! Let’s be honest, fishing just isn’t as much fun without a few beers. Fishing is a relaxing “sport” and all, but at its core, it’s really just a good excuse for some day drinking. Sitting on a ...

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I On Beer

I On Beer

Receiving the shaft By: Joe Gunn Up until about ten years ago, it was pretty easy to determine who was a craft brewery and who was a giant company that brewed garbage. I’ve noticed recently that the line that separates ...

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Kombucha

Kombucha

Why I keep my mother in a jar on my counter By: Wilhelm Von Homburg When we have people over for our summer dinner extravaganzas, they usually question what that gross, slimy thing floating in the jar of hazy liquid ...

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Jersey Shore Meets Suburbs Garage

Jersey Shore Meets Suburbs Garage

By: Neil A. Sheehan As the crow flies, the distance between Ship Bottom, NJ, and Wallingford, PA, is only about 65 miles. In terms of environment and lifestyle, the gap between the two is significantly greater. Ship Bottom is a ...

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San Francisco

San Francisco

The brew city by the bay By: Matt Brasch San Francisco is famous for many things–like the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Prison, and being the birthplace of the Grateful Dead–but now the City by the Bay finds itself as a ...

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Tasting Room

Tasting Room

Location: Max’s Taphouse For the first time in our short five-year history, we decided to take the Tasting Room on the road. Our first destination: Baltimore, Maryland. When it comes to craft beer in Baltimore, there is no place more ...

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It’s All About the Wood

It’s All About the Wood

Getting his start in restoring old American barns into homes (a career he’s still very much involved in), Sean Tracy discovered an adoration for wood. One year for Christmas, he received a home still to make his own spirits. Though ...

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The Other Beer Alternative

The Other Beer Alternative

Allentown’s The Colony Meadery. As of late, the growth of craft ciders has been inundating the libation market. It’s easily the fastest rising craft beer alternative, and one you can find at almost any bar. Cider, however, is not the ...

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Stoopin’ Ain’t Easy

Stoopin’ Ain’t Easy

By: Brittney Thomas & Emily Smith Meet Brittney Thomas, regional sales rep for Fordham & Dominion Brewing Company. To get to know her a little better, Emily Smith, manager at Smokin’ Betty’s took her out for a few drinks and ...

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Tom Baker – Heavily Influential

Tom Baker – Heavily Influential

By: Mike Madaio When the next definitive list of America’s best beer cities inevitably arrives in the form of irresistible social media link bait, and our oft-maligned city has been once again slotted below Boston, Austin, or freaking Kansas City, ...

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