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Boiled in Beer

Boiled in Beer

Perfecting Bagels with the Help of Yards IPA Up until this past year, fresh-baked bagels were not a large part of the Philadelphia food scene. Aside from Spread, there were virtually no other places that focused on these circular pieces ...

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Weird Beer #36

Weird Beer #36

  This issue marks the 36th issue we’ve printed—that is a full six years of magazines. In each issue, we’ve ran this column and have come across some really weird beers. However, this beer makes all of those other beers ...

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A Sly Fox & A Fast Goat

A Sly Fox & A Fast Goat

How Music Brought Brian O'Reilly to Craft Beer written by Dave Miniaci Brian O’Reilly is a bit of a Renaissance Man. Sure, he brews award-winning suds as the brewmaster for Sly Fox Brewing Company, but he has also played in ...

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Penn Beer Distributors

Penn Beer Distributors

All in the Family   written by Danya Henninger Penn Beer Distributors President Matt Funchion is a Bud man. Has been all his life. Sixteen-ounce cans of Bud were his go-to in college, and you’ll find Budweiser in his fridge ...

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20 Years of Yards Brewing

20 Years of Yards Brewing

written by Lisa Grimm Back in 1994, two home-brewing college buddies pooled their resources to start a brand-new brewery in Manayunk; Tom Kehoe and Jon Bovit brought a love of quality English-style ales, some hands-on professional experience in Maryland’s British ...

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I On Beer

I On Beer

Male Man written by Joe Gunn Over the years, I’ve noticed a bunch of men’s health magazines talk about beer without having a clue about it, so I imagine it’s OK for me to write a men’s health column in ...

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A From the Farm Pairing

A From the Farm Pairing

Wyndridge Farms Cider and Yellow Springs Goat Cheese‹ written by Alex Jones It’s hard being a cider fan. Even the lists at Philly’s eclectic craft beer bars will usually stock just one or two cider options. And forget about finding ...

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From Philly to France

From Philly to France

A Journey Around the World Led Mike Donahue to Opening a Brewery in France written by Kate Robinson  Benjamin Franklin never actually said, “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy,” but being a native ...

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Brouwerij Bosteels

Brouwerij Bosteels

Brewing history into its beer. Older than the Kingdom of Belgium itself, seven generations of Bosteels have brewed at “Family Brewery Bosteels” since 1791. Most well-known for its Tripel Karmeliet—a mainstay on the extensive Monk’s Café beer bible—Bosteels is located ...

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The Tinkerer

The Tinkerer

The Vault’s Mark Thomas breaks into the biz in a big way. written by Mike Madaio “I remember this one time,” Mark Thomas says, while sitting at The Vault, the pub crafted out of a 100-plus-year-old bank in Yardley where ...

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