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Passionately Green

Passionately Green

Cleaning up the world, one brew at a time. The times are great to be a craft beer drinker. If it were not enough that there are hundreds upon hundreds of excellent brews to choose from, we can now take ...

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Ch…Ch…Changes

Ch…Ch…Changes

Philly Beer Week Marches on to June. Ahhh…March! What a great month. Winter is nearing its end, the days are getting longer, St. Patty’s Day festivities are in full swing, and the greatest ten days of beer drinking in the ...

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From Zymurgy to Celebrity

From Zymurgy to Celebrity

Rock Star Brewers Are Putting On A Concert… In Your Face. Collaboration brews, which I affectionately call collabrews, are currently all the rage in the beer scene — having the craft beer lover screaming like a school girl in anticipation ...

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Everyone’s Irish On St. Paddy’s Day

Everyone’s Irish On St. Paddy’s Day

Since St. Paddy’s Day is engrossed with beer culture, it’s only natural that we explore this holiday tradition. With more knowledge and a little luck, you’ll be ready to down those dry Irish stouts.

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150 Years…On the Biggest Little Street

150 Years…On the Biggest Little Street

It’s a Sunday night in Center City, Philadelphia. McGillin’s Olde Ale House, one of the oldest operating taverns in the country, is lined wall to wall with people. Two-top tables have now become eight-top tables, and standing room no longer ...

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A Brewtiful Thing

A Brewtiful Thing

Craft beer lovers are just as passionate about their coffee as they are about their beer. More and more we are seeing breweries offering up coffee-flavored beers, and many anticipate beers brewed with coffee from their favorite breweries. It’s obvious ...

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Macro vs. Micro

Macro vs. Micro

How many times have you argued with a friend who drinks Budweiser about whose beer is superior? Well we’re not out to answer that question, but we are going to attempt to help you out and explain the difference of ...

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Baby, It’s Cold Outside…

Baby, It’s Cold Outside…

With the passing of the smoking ban for Pennsylvania on September 11th, 2008, smokers by the masses have been forced to head outside to grab a drag. This seems to be a sensitive subject on both sides of the fence. ...

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A Homebrewer’s Corner Feature: Solar Brewing

A Homebrewer’s Corner Feature: Solar Brewing

“Do you have sunglasses?” “Umm… somewhere…” “Oh, you’re gonna need sunglasses.”

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The Art of the Tap Handle

The Art of the Tap Handle

What is the first thing you look at when you step into a bar? Is it the craftsmanship of the wood or copper bar top? How about selecting which stools have the best, cleanest looking cushions? No, chances are that ...

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