- What he says. (2)
- American Craft Beer Week starts on Monday. (1)
- Bill: A part of me wants to celebrate by drinking imported brews and stuff from Goose Island,...
- This is so scarily accurate that it is scary. Accurately so. (1)
- sam k: Love it! Woof!
- Victorious three-legged goats are apparently going to be a Sly Fox Bock Fest tradition. (2)
- Jack Curtin: Gotta wait for the tech folks to get me the pix, but check it out now.
- All the news that’s fit to pee. May 12, 2013, 1:48 pmWhile Buddy and I were doing his morning smell walk earlier today, pausing at every tree, bush, light post or …Continue reading » […]
- Your editorial cartoonists are very happy these days. April 27, 2013, 5:27 pmIt’s been a rough stretch for all sorts of political commentators of late, most especially for those who do so …Continue reading » […]
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Category Archives: Beer History
Problems arise, however, when we attempt to create new categories for everything rather than defining them within the context of those style we already understand. Take the double IPA, for instance. A proper double IPA is a strong and very … Continue reading
I just came across some ancient documents written by someone who was not then ancient but who surely is approaching that stage at this point –me–which are still available in the dark recesses of the internets. All of these are … Continue reading
A very nice story in today’s Philadelphia Inquirer celebrates the folks everybody calls “George & Nancy” and their contributions to the Philadelphia beer culture (which are immense): When Hummel and Rigberg took over the three-year-old store at 20th and Sansom … Continue reading
This story at Brookston Beer Bulletin is terrible news which I missed last week because I’m way behind on visiting my favorite beer blogs. Many thanks to Ric Hoffman of Stewart’s Brewing for bringing this to my, and your, attention. … Continue reading
Charlie Papazian wrote this yesterday: I’ve seen a lot of changes in the past 41 years. 1970 was when I made my first homebrew and discovered the potential of another way of seeing beer. What people don’t realize is that … Continue reading
I really don’t think that the Delaware Valley beer community truly appreciates the importance and value of the Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant chain nearly as much as we should. Their 15th anniversary this year is a damned big deal. … Continue reading
I haven’t even gotten around to opening my review copy of The Oxford Companion to Beer as yet, aside from a quick thumb-through right after it arrived, and now I’m wondering if I even dare. The fuss this volume has … Continue reading
As you know, I’ve been anxiously awaiting the arrival of The Oxford Companion to Beer. Well, yesterday afternoon, anxiety died a quiet death. This is not, I think I can safely say, a book any reviewer is going to read … Continue reading