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Tasting Room September 2013

Tasting Room September 2013

September 2013 VENUE: McMenamin’s Tavern Mt. Airy is a blossoming location for craft beer and for this Tasting Room, we go back to the bar where it all started for this neighborhood: McMenamin’s Tavern. McMenamin’s is one of the originals in ...

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The Audacity of Hops

The Audacity of Hops

“It is a story populated by quintessential American characters: heroes and villains, hippies and yuppies, oenophiles and teetotalers, gangsters and G-men, men in kilts and men in suits.” Those words from the prologue to Tom Acitelli’s The Audacity Of Hops: The ...

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Weird Beer #26: Birreria’s Vespa Project

Weird Beer #26: Birreria’s Vespa Project

Dogfish Head is known for riding the lines of extreme with their beers. They’ve worked with archaeologists to create recipes salvaged off vessels from ancient civilizations, brewed with excessive amounts of mint, and sourced ingredients from every continent to make ...

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Concrete Pillow

Concrete Pillow

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company “Concrete Pillow” Anniversary American Barleywine. Being at a beer convention in Atlantic City can really mess with your mind. The bars don’t close, the night effortlessly rolls into morning, and the flashing casino lights can be ...

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I’d Bang Football

I’d Bang Football

Football is my favorite. Aside from my kids, and occasionally my wife, professional football is my favorite thing in the whole world. Now, if you read this column or know anything about me, you know I love beer, too. I’m ...

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Wizards, Rainbows & Destroying Things

Wizards, Rainbows & Destroying Things

Enter the wonderful world of Rick Anstotz of Yards Brewing — full of unicorns, rainbows, wizards, and of course, Slayer.

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How Beer Helped Stop the Nazis

How Beer Helped Stop the Nazis

Denmark offers some world-class fermented delights to travelers, but did you know that those suds once helped hinder Hitler’s conquest of Europe? In 1940, years before the D-Day invasion, Hitler was tightening his grip on Europe. Poland had fallen, and ...

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3 Round Draw

3 Round Draw

Meet Keni Thomas, zany-minded illustrator and core member of Beer Paste, a Philly collective of artists and designers who develop creative marketing for local hotspots in the bar and food service industry. You may have seen his work at the ...

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An Olfactory Cannon Delivers the Goods

An Olfactory Cannon Delivers the Goods

The room seemed a bit surreal, lit with the reflective brightness of white from every corner—white tablecovers, white ceilings, white chair rail, crystalline glassware, and moussy beer-heads so thick one might mistake them for whipped cream. The room was sensual, ...

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Beer Bottle Tiki Torches

Beer Bottle Tiki Torches

With summer now in full swing, the outdoor living is alive and well. Whether you’re grillin’, hanging out by the pool, or enjoying some brews in your backyard with friends, chances are the mosquitoes have set up shop in your ...

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