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Ahoy there Heritage Calling

My post ’10 great places where beer meets the church’ has just gone online at Heritage Calling, the English Heritage blog. As to ahoy there, this photo is one of half a dozen sports-themed ceramic tile panels at the Sportsman public house in Huddersfield (in the gents, of course!) The pub is east of the railway station, beyond the viaduct.


Russian River Sanctification

Russian River Sanctification

Santa Rosa, CA

American Wild Ale – 6.75% ABV

By: Eric Sturniolo

Sanctification, like all Russian River beers, is basically impossible to find in NYC. 115 more words


Yards Brewery, Philadelphia: The Truth

OK, so Philly obviously isn’t in the DC area, but I was there this last weekend for the XPN Festival, and damn it if I’m there I’m definitely dropping in to a brewery. 622 more words


Bike Rides & Breweries | Saturday

We spent this past weekend enjoying some of the beauties that are just right in town here in Bend. Our Saturday kicked off with a nice stroll to downtown to check out the Saturday Markey. 290 more words



Fifteen miles to the north of Bend is Redmond, Oregon. An internet search showed that there are three breweries with a tap room there, two of which are fairly new, so we made the short drive to check them out. 576 more words


Interview: Charlie, head brewer at Mash Brewing

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I recently wrote an article for Crafty Pint about Mash Brewing’s win at the recent AIBA (Australian International Beer Awards… 1,690 more words


Beer Pendantry #1: What is "lambic"?

I love lambic. I love gueuze. I love Cantillon, Girardin, Drie Fonteinen, Tilquin, Boon….I love these breweries and their beers. If I had more money, I would have more than the few dozen bottles of these amazing beers in my possession, alas. 1,914 more words