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Taking the Next Step: John Wible’s New Beginning

Taking the Next Step: John Wible’s New Beginning

written by Dave Miniaci John Wible is a man who enjoys bringing happiness to others. Whether it’s brewing beer for thirsty patrons at 2nd Story Brewing or helping children meet Santa Claus, no task is too tall. And for Wible, ...

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Inspired by Cooking

Inspired by Cooking

written by Dave Miniaci  If you enjoy the recent brews from Manayunk Brewing Company, you could probably thank Food Network. No, the network didn’t brew any of the delicious suds. But it was a love for cooking and watching the ...

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A Sly Fox & A Fast Goat

A Sly Fox & A Fast Goat

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 a band, traveled Europe, been a teacher and ...

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The Tinkerer

The Tinkerer

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 he’s head brewer, “I was driving a beat-up VW Rabbit that was ...

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In the Round

In the Round

Scott Rudich had hoped his hard work would pay off and his new brewery would explode onto the scene. That has been the case in more ways than one. Rudich, the founder and brewmaster of Round Guys Brewing Co., in ...

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Brewmaster Forest and Main

Brewmaster Forest and Main

Like life itself, beer is the product of evolution. And while we’d all love to believe that beer is God’s gift to us for putting up with all of his other shit, well, the proof is in the pale ale—beer ...

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Jersey Shore Meets Suburbs Garage

Jersey Shore Meets Suburbs Garage

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 gateway to Long Beach ...

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Safety First

Safety First

by Brion Shreffler With every sane person on the planet loving beer, it’s no wonder that brewing is something people keep falling into as a profession. No one ever wakes up, after-all and says, “I just have to be an ...

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Kutztown’s Own

Kutztown’s Own

He experienced his first Oktoberfest before he could legally drive in the United States. He drank in New Zealand, Austria, and Belgium before he was even old enough to vote in his home country. He conquered the world of action ...

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Bringing it Home

Bringing it Home

Situated on the Delaware River in Lambertville, NJ, there once was a brewery called River Horse. Making its home in the 10,000 square foot building since 1996, the hippopotamus-themed microbrewery is now making its move to a 25,000 square foot space ...

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