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Holiday Book Guide

Holiday Book Guide

Five books for the beer lover on your list. 99 Ways to Open a Beer Bottle Without a Bottle Opener Who hasn’t gotten into a jam and found themselves with a bottle, yet no bottle opener? Well, you’ll almost never ...

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Bike to brew with Chris LaPierre of Iron Hill

Bike to brew with Chris LaPierre of Iron Hill

written by Danya Henninger On a Sunday in early November at Iron Hill Brewery, sometime around three o’clock in the afternoon, I drank one of the most satisfying pints of beer of my life. It wasn’t so much because of ...

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The Foodie’s Beer Book

The Foodie’s Beer Book

As accomplished chefs and restaurant owners, as well as world travelers for beer, Brooke and Luther Fedora wanted to share their passion for both food and brews. Loving the concept of the beer dinner, the Fedoras set out to publish ...

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The Fixable Festival

By: Joe Gunn In theory, beer festivals should be fantastic. They offer a great opportunity to sample and learn about a ton of beers in a concentrated amount of time, and to meet a million people who share your love ...

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A Superhero In Philly

A Superhero In Philly

A nostalgic Superman By: Chris Maurer What would your favorite superhero drink if he took a break from being super to have a beer in Philly? Each issue, we answer that very question. Don’t believe us? Just ask the superhero ...

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Salt Shortages, Drinking Club Soda & Shark Week

Salt Shortages, Drinking Club Soda & Shark Week

By: Jon Henderson & Rocco Renzetti To get to know Founders representative Jon Henderson a little better, we had his friend and Khyber Pass Pub bar manager Rocco Renzetti take him out for a few beers and ask him those ...

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Le Fomage

Le Fomage

While the peaches, sweet corn, and watermelons that shine on summer produce stands fade when summer turns to fall, most animal products never go out of season. For that reason, fall and winter are an exciting time for cheeses: Aged ...

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3 Round Draw

3 Round Draw

By: Jon Billett There’s no denying the pleasant feelings associated with “freshness.” Who doesn’t love some fresh-squeezed lemonade? A fresh sound from an undiscovered musical artist. A fresh new product that improves your quality of life. A fresh relationship and ...

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I On Beer

I On Beer

Receiving the shaft By: Joe Gunn Up until about ten years ago, it was pretty easy to determine who was a craft brewery and who was a giant company that brewed garbage. I’ve noticed recently that the line that separates ...

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Stoopin’ Ain’t Easy

Stoopin’ Ain’t Easy

By: Brittney Thomas & Emily Smith Meet Brittney Thomas, regional sales rep for Fordham & Dominion Brewing Company. To get to know her a little better, Emily Smith, manager at Smokin’ Betty’s took her out for a few drinks and ...

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