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Ultimate Holiday Cheese Plates

Ultimate Holiday Cheese Plates

Pairing the best local cheeses with your favorite local beers. Toma Primavera What’s a cheese plate without boldness? This one has it in spades. Toma is a washed-rind, raw milk tomme from Cherry Grove, a biodiverse farmstead near Princeton. Let ...

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Weird Beer #16

Weird Beer #16

Popcorn Pilsner Wanting to use more local Indiana ingredients in their beers, Sun King Brewery of Indianapolis turned to one of the state’s most renowned exports. Known as the popcorn capital of the world, it only made sense that they ...

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D-Lite Oct/Nov 2011

D-Lite Oct/Nov 2011

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‘96 DuPont Pome Cider

‘96 DuPont Pome Cider

This vintage, rare cider is an extremely special blend. It is a blend of Dupont’s unfermented apple juice and their one year old Calvados. In 1996, it was emptied into 5 year old Calvados casks and aged for 10 years. ...

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Meet the Scene: Jeff Lavin

Meet the Scene: Jeff Lavin

Meet Jeff Lavin, the owner of the “Best of ‘Burbs” winning Hulmeville Inn, located just miles away from Exit 37 off I-95 North. Philly Beer Scene: What is the beer you credit with getting you into craft beer? Jeff Lavin: ...

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Triumph in a Bottle

Triumph in a Bottle

Triumph Brewing Co. begins experimenting with bottling. More than likely, you’ve spent an evening at one of the 3 Triumph Brewing Company locations and have seen the constantly-rotating taps which pour their many varieties of house-brewed beers. Did you know ...

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Growing Up In The Footsteps of a Legend

Growing Up In The Footsteps of a Legend

Brian Grossman is blazing his own path in the beer industry. “When my mom would take me to the brewery, it was a very positive thing because my dad was there. It was my playground; he would always stop what ...

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Evolution of BigFoot

Evolution of BigFoot

Seldom seen, almost mythical and downright awesome. I’m not talking about tracking down Sasquatch (or spotting Beer Scene’s Mat Falco). I’m referring to vertically tasting 14 consecutive years of one of the best American strong ales, Sierra Nevada’s BigFoot. BigFoot ...

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Oct/ Nov 2011 I on Beer

Oct/ Nov 2011 I on Beer

How to continue a healthy beer drinking habit as a new dad. Life changes quite a bit when you have offspring, especially if you stick around to raise them. Less room for all of your cool stuff, less money for ...

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Weird Beer #15: Ghost Face Killah

Weird Beer #15: Ghost Face Killah

When your brewery has the word “twisted” in the name, it’s expected that you would have some strange and unique offerings. Twisted Pine Brewery out of Boulder, CO, doesn’t disappoint. They have taken a style growing in popularity and brought ...

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