Making noise in the blogosphere with beer.
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They are great people and they make great beer!
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hey say on St. Patrick's Day that everyone is Irish. Well, 365 days a year I'm always Irish. My maternal grandmother, who was also named Marie (which I'm sure is just a coincidence), came over from County Mayo when she was just 16 years old. She left her family's small farm in the West of Ireland and sailed across the sea to a new country to join her older sisters in the quest for a better life. When I was 16, my…Continue
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On November 10, 1975, the Edmund Fitzgerald, a great freighter carrying a load of ore pellets, was bound for an island near Detroit. At 7:10 PM, the captain responded to a well being call with a reassuring "We're holding our own." Ten minutes later, they could not be reached by radio nor could they be detected on radar. The entire crew of 29 sailors were lost when the ship went down in a massive November gale. The Edmund Fitzgerald is arguably one of the most famous of…Continue
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I dropped by the other day and the place was packed with people. By packed I mean that the tasting area had about a half dozen folks hanging out sampling beer and there wasn't a whole heck of a lot of…Continue
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When hubby and I received an invitation to attend a local craft beer tasting it wasn't an invitation I could easily ignore. An opportunity to sample a numbered and varied selection of craft beers was a mouthwatering prospect.
The invitation came from Craft Brew Guy who is…Continue
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Over the summer hubby and I were on vacation in the beautiful state of New Hampshire. On the one rainy day we had during the week we took a drive to Portsmouth to check out of a couple of the local breweries.
A must visit on the list was none other than …
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This post is as much about the location as it is about the beer. Probably even more so.
Recently, hubby and I went to New England Brewing Company’s …
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Beer Review of Southern Tier Mokah
Brewing Company: Southern Tier Brewing Co.
Location: Lakewood, NY
Appearance: (3/5) Pitch black body with a minimal head in the brandy snifter. Head color was…
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This IPA comes from Southern Tier Brewery based in Lakewood, NY. The Abv. is 7.3% and IBU is 65.
Appearance: (3/5) The IPA pours a amber/copper like color. A creamy thin head that's pretty much off-white.
Medium carbonation with tiny bubbles …
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It’s that time of year, the end. End of the year that is, not this article. Please do, read on.
During 2010, we’ve witnessed another year of amazing beers from new and older craft brewery’s alike. In the arduous research that was drinking a plethora of craft beer during the last 12 months, I’ve come up with a short list of my top ten beers of 2010. Rough job, but someone has to do it. Each one of these deserves a place in your fridge.
Started in 2007,…Continue
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Guys, if you're in or around London on the 9th January, come along!
hope to see you there
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I spent the morning at Leeds Brewery yesterday, and cam home with some of thier new cask-aged beer Gyle 479. Here's hat I thought....
Let us know what you think if you have any!
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