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Grimm Brothers Brewhouse

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We’ve been giving love to some of the craft beer ladies this week. Laura Pilato, Brewing Baroness at Grimm Brothers Brewhouse in Loveland, Colorado tell us – “Born from a love of history and a passion for beer, it’s our mission to bring forth the best tasting, most enjoyable beers to Colorado and beyond. Our […]

Sour Ale Sourdough Bread

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YES! Here’s a day we can actually get in to – National Sourdough Bread Day! Some of us around here freakin’ LOVE sourdough bread. Apparently we aren’t alone. According to the National Day Calendar, sourdough’s been around for quite a while. “San Francisco sourdough is the most famous sourdough bread made in the United States […]

Five Mistakes To Avoid When You’re Buying Craft Beer

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Buying beer used to be simple. The hardest choice you had to make was imported or domestic, or maybe how many cans you wanted. Today, craft beer is everywhere, and the beer run is no longer a walk in the park. Here are some common beer-buying mistakes to avoid on your next shopping trip. Buying […]

American Craft Beer Museum And Innovation Center Coming To Utica

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Recently at Oneida County’s annual State of the County address, County Executive Anthony Picente Jr. shared a vision of turning Oneida County into a tourist destination. Part of his plan included an American Craft Beer museum (called The American Craft Beer Museum And Innovation Center) right in downtown Utica. The museum’s focus would be on […]

Manila Clams in Garlic and Beer

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It’s FINALLY here! National Clams on the Half Shell Day! Yeah. No. We know you weren’t waiting around for today so you could throw some kind of “half shell baked” (did I write that?) party. And a little research shows that no one really knows the origin of this National festivity. But in honor of […]

Craft Brewers Make Beer With Recycled Water for Competition

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via NBC San Diego   by Brie Stimson and Alex Presha It’s about time someone created a competition that brings environmentalism and beer drinking together. The Pure Brew San Diego Beer Competition, held at the Westin in downtown Sunday evening, pitted 15 different craft beers against one another – the catch is they’re all made of […]

If You Love Thin Mints You’re Going to Love This Beer

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via Thrillist By Joe McGauley If my informal poll of friends is any indication, literally everyone in the world loves Thin Mint Girl Scout cookies. Perhaps that’s an egregious overestimation, but frankly that’s not the point. The point is there is a new liquid and alcoholic equivalent to the Thin Mint cookie in bottle form, […]

French Bread Beer Bread

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In the United States, March 21st is National French Bread Day. According to the National Day Calendar “French bread, also known as a baguette, is a long thin loaf made from basic lean dough. It is defined by its length and its crisp crust. Over time, French law has established what is and what is […]

Beer: What’s Good For Cattle

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via Illinois State University by Kevin Bersett Humans are not the only mammals with a taste for fermented barley. Farmers have long fed cattle the spent grain leftover at the end of the brewing process. The dark, mushy beer by-product is considered a cheap and nutritious supplement to a cow’s regular corn-based diet. Illinois State […]

This Brewery Is Making Beer Out of Poop Water, and It’s ‘Delicious’

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via Thrillist by Eric Vilas-Boas The wildly experimental beer folk at Stone Brewing Co. have a new treat in their barrels: beer made from treated sewage water, aka where your shit goes after you shit. Apparently, the new concoction is one of its brewer’s favorite new beers. “Among the pale ales that I’ve made, it’s […]