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Beer Braised Short Rib Sliders with Kettle Chip Crusted Onion Rings

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It’s National Potato Chip Day! As to how potato chips were invented – supposedly, on August 24, 1853, an unhappy restaurant customer, complaining that his potatoes were too thick and soggy, kept sending them back. Chef George Crum decided to slice the potatoes as thin as possible, frying them until crisp and added extra salt. […]

Oktober Designs Beer Can Seamer

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Here’s what these inventors say about their product: “Oktober LLC is a small group of friends dedicated to making things happen – by October 2015 we had engineered and designed our first product. Our group includes nearly 40 years of engineering experience in aerospace, automotive, and electrical systems, as well as component purchasing and project […]

The Kansas City Royals Have Named an Official Craft Beer. Will Other Teams Follow?

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via The Washington Post by Fritz Hahn Try to imagine watching a baseball game from the center field stands on a sticky summer afternoon, enduring the remorseless sun for hours, without a cold beer to quench your thirst. Heck, try making it through two innings without hearing the cry, “Beer here!” For more than a […]

Easy Beer and Ketchup Meatballs

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March 9 is National Meatball Day! According to NationalDayCalendar.com, there is a restaurant in New York that has 54 different kinds of meatballs.  Not only do meatballs allow for variety, but they move from appetizer to side dish to main dish quite easily.  Meatballs can be made the night before and put in the crock pot, or […]

Taking Home a Crowler

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via The Citizen’s Voice by Denise Allabaugh Beer drinkers who like to fill reusable bottles known as growlers can find another option growing in popularity at Sabatini’s Bottleshop & Bar: crowlers. Owner Lindo Sabatini said people can choose from 24 beers on draft to fill a crowler, a 32-ounce aluminium can sealed on the spot […]

The World’s First Craft Beer Hotel Wants to Soak You in a Hot Tub Full of Beer

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via Mashable by Christine Wang Imagine walking into a well appointed hotel room. It’s clean, maybe even tastefully decorated. As you walk towards a neatly-made bed, you notice a glint of silver catch the corner of your eye. Turning, you see… a tap? And there’s a mini-fridge underneath it, stocked completely full of beer? Are […]

Beer Steamer Clam Linguini

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This is SO GOOD! Another easy, fast recipe, with just a few ingredients – yet tastes gourmet. The pasta cooked in with the clams and beer – OMG deliciousness! Total Time: 15 minutes Yield: 4 servings Ingredients: ¼ cup unsalted butter 1 shallot, chopped 3 cloves garlic, chopped 1/2 teaspoon crushed red pepper 1 cup […]

Fruit Is Attracting New People to Craft Beer

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via Vine Pair by Erin Peters There was a time where I cringed at the sight of a raspberry wheat or berry blonde beer. I just thought it was too dainty and affected, and frankly, not worth purchasing. But when you start with a great beer, if done right, fruit in beer can be refreshing […]

Is Craft Beer Too Hoppy to Drink?

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via The Daily Beast by Lew Bryson No matter how many stouts, porters, or lagers are on store shelves, for better or worse, the success of the craft beer industry is directly tied to the success of IPA (India pale ale). The wildly popular style has exploded over the last few years and is defined […]

Beef, Bean, and Beer Chili

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It’s National Chili Day! It’s always the fourth Thursday in February. For the earliest chili, American frontier settlers used a recipe of dried beef, suet, dried chili peppers and salt, which was all pounded together, formed into bricks and dried. The bricks could then be boiled in pots on the trails. We found that info […]