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    23 2015 January

    Pairing your beer… with Girl Scout cookies

    Food and beer go together so wonderfully that there’s a whole world out there devoted to pairing the hop juice with delicious bites. A pale ale goes great with a burger, put a tripel with...

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    22 2015 January

    The Abyss – Deschutes Brewing

    Deschutes Brewing in Bend, Oregon is an established name in the large scale craft beer world. Along the lines of Sierra Nevada and New Belgium, Deschutes was an early force against the big domestic breweries....

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    10 2015 January

    Betty IPA

    Hangar 24 from Redlands, California has been around for a few years, offering a standard variety of beers and labeling them with aviation themes. While I certainly appreciate the airplane connection, the beers themselves have...

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    25 2014 December

    Back Home Gingerbread Stout

    Craft brewers have embraced the winter or holiday beer concept for several years now, with new offerings popping up every alongside the old pros that have been brewing their own versions for years. Golden Road Brewing...

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    18 2014 December

    River Horse Brewing Company

    Finding new locations for the show requires scouting trips. While scouting locations for our fourth episode, we decided to visit River Horse Brewing Company to see if they might be a good fit for the...

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Pairing your beer… with Girl Scout cookies

January 23, 2015 | 0 Comments

Food and beer go together so wonderfully that there’s a whole world out there devoted to pairing the hop juice with delicious bites. A pale ale goes great with a burger, put a tripel with something spicy, and order a hefeweizen next time you’re enjoying some sushi. There’s another bit of culinary bliss out there...

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The Abyss – Deschutes Brewing

January 22, 2015 | 0 Comments

Deschutes Brewing in Bend, Oregon is an established name in the large scale craft beer world. Along the lines of Sierra Nevada and New Belgium, Deschutes was an early force against the big domestic breweries. They made their reputation on solid beers like Mirror Pond Pale, and continue to branch out and offer special editions...

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Betty IPA

January 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hangar 24 from Redlands, California has been around for a few years, offering a standard variety of beers and labeling them with aviation themes. While I certainly appreciate the airplane connection, the beers themselves have often stayed on the benign side of the character spectrum, especially when compared to other Southern California brewers. Finally I...

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Back Home Gingerbread Stout

December 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Craft brewers have embraced the winter or holiday beer concept for several years now, with new offerings popping up every alongside the old pros that have been brewing their own versions for years. Golden Road Brewing in LA is relatively young brewery, and to my knowledge, this represents their first attempt at a winter beer. Their...

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River Horse Brewing Company

December 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Finding new locations for the show requires scouting trips. While scouting locations for our fourth episode, we decided to visit River Horse Brewing Company to see if they might be a good fit for the show. Thinking we were walking into your average micro brew, we found something very unique instead. The first to greet...

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If there were a way to help other people while also drinking some delicious beer, you’d be up for something like that right? Unless you’re a totally selfish bag of douche, the answer is a firm, emphatic “Yes!” That’s because you’d be enjoying the stuff that tastes great in your stomach while also enjoying a...

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This is called a Cinemagraph. It’s basically a GIF crafted from a video, where one part of the image remains still and a specific part is in motion. Many are quite beautiful, and this recent example posted to the Cinemagraph sub-Reddit caught our eye for obvious reasons. Nice work Redditor BigMurph26! How badly do you...

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The TapHunter

November 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

We have seen beer trends change and develop over the years and now with technology right at our fingertips, the landscape of breweries/bars and how they are reaching the beer consumer is ever-changing. With the advent of the smartphone, soon followed the app. Now, I am assuming that you are wondering what this all has...

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How to step up your beer photographs

October 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

We love taking pictures of beer almost as much as we love drinking the stuff. Well… okay, we love drinking it way more than taking pictures, but snapping shots of your favorite brews is fun too. Typically we either pop stuff on our Instagram account or on Facebook, and we snag the pics with our...

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PBR. Pabst Blue Ribbon. An iconic piece of America’s brewing history, is set to become part of the Russian firm known as Oasis Beverages. That’s a major shift in ownership for the company that was the first to put a beer in a can, way back in 1935. It’s not just PBR though, as the...

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