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Book Review: “The United States of Craft Beer” by Jess Lebow

A book like The United States of Craft Beer by Jess Lebow takes on quite a daunting challenge. How do you tackle […]

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Book Review: “Apples to Cider” by April White and Stephen Wood

Much like craft beer in the U.S. is on the rise, so too is American cider—at least in Virginia it appears as […]

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Book Review: “Malt” by John Mallett

Let’s start this review of Malt, by John Mallet (Bell’s Brewery) with what I think is a fairly obvious statement: this book […]

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Book Review “Brew Britannia: The Strange Rebirth of British Beer”

I’m not what one would call a voracious reader. I used to be — not any more. Well, that is unless I […]

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Book Review: “The Audacity of Hops”

You may know the names — Maytag, McAuliffe, Grossman, Papazian — and maybe have a passing knowledge of their individual roles in the craft beer you're hopefully drinking right now. But do you really know the impact these fearless and stubborn pioneers had on a nation drowning in macro-produced, carbon-copy…

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“The Oxford Companion to Beer” Book Review

I’m not a beer historian. Admittedly, I’m not even really that good of a writer, blogger, whatever. I’m just a dude that likes to drink quality beer and record his thoughts for posterity on this here blog. My knowledge of all things beery could be classified as just above passing…

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“Brewing With Wheat” by Stan Hieronymus Now Available

Official Press Release Boulder, CO • March 24, 2010 – Brewers Publications, a division of the Brewers Association, announces the publication of its latest title, Brewing With Wheat: The ‘Wit’ and ‘Weizen’ of World Wheat Beer Styles by Stan Hieronymus. Brewing With Wheat is a historical journey through the global…

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