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White Whale Ale

White Whale Ale

Beers have often been brewed with weird or unexpected ingredients. You have beers brewed with ghost peppers, miso, bull testicles, popcorn, chicken, and other bizarre ingredients, but they are all edible ingredients. Rogue Ales, known for using such odd ingredients ...

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Shades of Fish: Opto’s designs for Flying Fish

Shades of Fish: Opto’s designs for Flying Fish

The 2012 label redesign for Flying Fish is a playground of varying visual timbres. Focusing primarily on use of color and strong typography, the new bottle wraps tout tones that tie into the sensibilities, or moods maybe, of the beers.

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I on Beer

I on Beer

Yo, great tag Kimbo. Really cool the way you dot your “i” with a star. Awesome tagname, Rezar, wish I thought of that one. Crown, the way you and the arrow under your name have taken over so many bathrooms in ...

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It’s Named What?

It’s Named What?

There are many beers out there whose names are inspired by a specific event or experience. Some are meaningful and some are just fun. But, sometimes the purpose of the beer’s name is to round out the consistency of everything ...

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The Infüz-O-Matic 5000

The Infüz-O-Matic 5000

Most people know all the basic equipment that lives within a typical brewhouse. You have your mash tun, the kettle, a few fermenters, and some bright tanks to go along with your kegs, firkins, and the lines used to fill ...

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The Liquid is Good

The Liquid is Good

Meet Rich Allen, brand ambassador of Long Trail/Otter Creek. Interview By Jane Dempsey

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Top Albums to Brew to

Top Albums to Brew to

We asked the brew team at Yards Brewing Company what their favorite albums to listen to while brewing are—and if you just happen to walk into Yards while the boys are at work, there’s a good chance that one of ...

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Brews Abroad: Germany’s “local” and Philly’s lucky.

Brews Abroad: Germany’s “local” and Philly’s lucky.

By Zack Cyphers You’ve heard of Spaten, Bitburger and Paulaner, but what about Schöfferhofer, Fässla or Maisel’s? In Deutschland, drinking beer means drinking what’s local. Beer stimulates the local economy and you can help support yours.

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An Environmentally Conscious Pairing

An Environmentally Conscious Pairing

Yellow Springs Farm Yellow Brick Road & Philly Brewing Walt Wit. By Ryan Hudak

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Essential Oils

Essential Oils

How brewer’s get that hop burst in beer. By Joe Bair

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