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Zeitgeist of Beer

So when we think of the cultural theme of an era, we think of things like popularity, trends, inventions, and revolutions. Beer is an ageless almost timeless object, and it rarely comes into the realm of Zeitgeist. But because it […]

Zeitgeist of Beer

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So when we think of the cultural theme of an era, we think of things like popularity, trends, inventions, and revolutions. Beer is an ageless almost timeless object, and it rarely comes into the realm of Zeitgeist. But because it […]

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Flying Dog Holiday Collection – Beer & Cookies!

Pumpkin season is over, let us rejoice by bringing in the holiday beers. Holiday beers are truly some of my favorite beers of the year. My love for holiday

Las Vegas – Lack of respect for great beer

So it’s been a little while since you’ve seen a post from me. My apologies. But life as a mild mannered data architect and father sometimes gets in the

Schnitzel Sandwiches on Pretzel Rolls: Oktoberfest food is an anytime food

Here lately, I've been exploring more of my German heritage. Perhaps it's that time of year when delicious Oktoberfest beer is thankfully still in stores (Spaten makes the best one,

Ballantine – A historic IPA, resurrected.

If you go to the internet to do research on Ballantine Brewing, one thing that is extremely had to find is when they shutdown. The demise wasn’t a grand

Rise of the Anti-Pumpkin

Every year at this time every beer store has large end cap displays filled with Pumpkin beer. But it seems like the past few years holiday creep has moved

The Beer Cocktail: Evolution of Beer

The beer cocktail is something that has been around for ages. The Black & Tan might be the original, but really if you’ve ever seen any of the literature

Too many breweries? I think not

Does America now have too many breweries? I don’t think so. Recently Joshua M. Bernstein of bon appétite had a feature that spoke about the fact that the number of

Daytrips: Burley Oak & Evolution

The last few weeks have been quite a roller coaster for me. A lot of really good things have been happening, and unfortunately a good number of bad things

SYNEK – A tale of acceptance

Recently my Facebook feed started filling up with people talking about SYNEK. Some people were in the homebrew community, some were other bloggers, and some were just regular guys

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