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lagers don't get no lovin'

Ah, lagers. Much adored by the populace at large and much maligned by craft beer lovers. But while the mass market breweries have done their durndest to make sure that the word “lager” is synonymous with “crap”, those with taste buds and a penchant for contrarianism know better. 1,514 more words

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Sen. Kirk Pushes To Give Tax Break To Small Breweries

CHICAGO (CBS) — U.S. Senator Mark Kirk is pushing hard for a measure to give small beer breweries a tax break.

At Revolution Brewery in the Avondale neighborhood, Senator Mark Kirk said legislation would cut in half the $7-a-barrel federal excise tax small and craft breweries pay. 220 more words


Vancouver craft beer scene in SIP Northwest magazine

The spring issue of SIP Northwest magazine has hit the stands, and the cover story is all about Vancouver. This magazine is distributed mainly in the Pacific Northwest states of Washington and Oregon, but is available all over the western United States and Canada. 36 more words


Beer Roundup #8: Three American Barleywines

A Note on the Style:  American Barleywine

(This style note is essentially the same as the one from my post “Beer Roundup #7:  Three Midwest English Barleywines.”) 720 more words


Texas Ale Project Back On Track In Dallas

by Brian Brown

There’s been a flurry of new brewery announcements of late, but one name you may have forgotten about is that of the  391 more words


Allagash Paints the Town Orange with the Official Boston Launch of Saison

One of the most anticipated releases of the year has finally arrived in Boston with its bright orange packaging and tap handles. That’s right, Allagash… 381 more words

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Hall Street Bakery

I can’t say that I’ve ever yearned to wash my cinnamon scone, almond bearclaw, or iced cinnamon roll down with a frothy brew. But Hall Street Bakery, the sister location to Wealthy Street Bakery, has done its best to persuade me. 278 more words