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Beer Fact or Fiction #993: Beer is made from grass.

It’s true, wheat and barley, two principal ingredients in the brewing of beer, are a member of the grass family. Not the type you smoke, but the type you begrudgingly mow. 16 more words

1001 Beer Facts And Fiction

Beer Fact or Fiction #994: King Henry VIII outlawed useless ale-houses to promote archery.

Concerned for the protection of the country, King Henry VIII of England put into the law the outlawing of ale-houses that were seen to be contrary to the well being of the common wealth. 101 more words

1001 Beer Facts And Fiction

St Canna's Ale House - My Latest Find

Have you heard of St Canna’s Ale House before? I think it is one of Cardiff’s hidden gems! Tucked away in the heart of Canton with… 603 more words

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Goodbye to The Craft Rooms, we barely knew you.

This week we heard that Beerheadz, the fabulous chain of bars in the East Midlands, is finally getting a branch in Lincoln. Their bars in Retford and Grantham (there’s also two on their way in Nottingham and Melton Mowbrey) have a wide selection of cask, keg, bottled and canned beers. 512 more words

Real Ale

Dart - The Attractor

We are camped in St. John, so we spent the day mostly in the city.  I wanted to get my hair cut.  I tried to get it cut in Nova Scotia, but the only local hair salon said they didn’t take walk-ins and couldn’t fit me in.   681 more words

CITY TAVERN SHUTS DOWN AT FIG AT 7TH... TO BE REPLACED BY GULP SUSHI AND ALE HOUSE

…and another DTLA restaurant has shut down.  First it was The Briks, then EJ’S Bites, and now City Tavern inside the Fig at 7th shopping complex has closed.   148 more words

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The Alewife

If you wanted an alcoholic drink in the fourteenth century you had two choices: ale or wine. An alchemist had discovered how to distil alcohol in the middle of the century, but its use was limited to the making of medicines and the process was not widely known. 480 more words

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