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  1. Author Kyle Richards Announces Release of Book "Beer Making for...Read the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Release News

    Beer Making for the Total Novice " , a very simple to follow, yet thorough guide to making great quality beer at home. "When I was exploring beer making it became pretty clear most of the resources available were overly complicated, and difficult to follow," commented Richards, a author who has published a number of popular culinary related books.


  2. Robotic Beer Brewing System - BierreRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Isobe.typepad.com

    Beer brewing can be fun, and is something that is easily accomplished at home. However, like many complex processes, brewing beer that tastes good and has consistent quality requires an attention to detail that is often challenging for hobby beer brewers.


  3. Caffeine wars: New research shows Sydneysiders buy the most fresh...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Daily Mail

    Caffeine wars: New research shows Sydneysiders buy the most fresh coffee in Australia, Melbournites win in the cafe stakes, but Perth has more coffee machines than any other citya so how do you take YOUR brew? Sydneysiders may be the biggest coffee snobs, but it's Melbourne that can claim to have the best cafe culture. Research into the nation's caffeine habits by Roy Morgan Research found there's nothing more Australians love than fresh coffee, with the average person's cafA visits increasing by three per cent between 2010 and 2014.


  4. Real ale, no lager and a ban on smartphones: meet the people looking to revive the British pubRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Bournemouth Echo

    IT sometimes seems as though time has almost been called on the British pub, judging by the massive number of closures of recent years. Yet while many old haunts have vanished, some new businesses are looking to put the pub back at the heart of our social lives.


  5. Rare Beers Come to Minnesota on SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Star Tribune

    Ryan Tuenge is an avid home brewer and craft beer lover who is not afraid to spend his last $5 on a pint of beer at the local pub. As a member of the Minnesota Home Brewers Association, Ryan has tried a wide variety of beers and has toured many of the local breweries.


  6. Steins Beer Garden & Restaurant celebrates 2nd anniversary on Sat., March 28Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Examiner.com

    Local beer aficionado Ted Kim and his team opened Steins Beer Garden & Restaurant in downtown Mountain View two years ago . To commemorate their second anniversary, Steins will throw a celebration on Sat., March 28 from 12-7pm that features BBQ, live music and a beer competition.


  7. Did Father Duplessis Brew Quebec's First Beer?Read the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | A Good Beer Blog

    You may recall that a couple of months ago I wrote a post about the first brewing of beer in New France describing how in 1617 Louis HA bert became the colony's first private land owner, farmer and a brewer. He is generally accepted as the first brewer.


  8. The straight dope: Washington's grow-your-own marijuana billRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    There's only three things standing in the way of companion bills in the Washington Legislature that would solve two grievous failures of our current marijuana laws: The hard-to-dispel mental image of dull-eyed teenagers who have blown out that little light of theirs with bong hits. Enough votes for sanity in the Washington Legislature a when 1 and 2 are stumbling blocks very hard for elected office holders to get over.


  9. Eat your sproutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Cape Cod Times

    A new food trend is literally sprouting up in grocery aisles: sprouted grains and bread, rice, muffins and other products made from them. Popular in the '70s for their nutritional value, sprouted grains are edging again into the mainstream.


  10. In battle for coffee pod market, ita s Keurig vs. recyclablesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | WTHI-TV Terre Haute

    One measure of how heated the environmental battle has become over coffee giant Keurig Green Mountain's $5 billion-a-year plastic pods is how often the company's opponents use galactic comparisons. Keurig, the single-serve coffee industry's leader, produced enough plastic coffee pods last year to circle the earth more than 10 times, according to one analyst's estimate, often cited by Keurig's critics.


  11. Brew Me Up, ScottyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | PC Magazine

    ... the recipe, shipping it to buyers who order it from the site. "It's kind of a first-of-its-kind combination of homebrewing and etsy or patreon," Kit Lab founder and lead designer Ryan Sanders said. The way it works is that recipe authors get paid $1 ...


  12. Brooks on Beer: Goat brains, civet coffee and Rocky Mountain oyster beer?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | SiliconValley.com

    The origins of April Fool's Day are shrouded in prank-filled mystery. There are plenty of theories, some of which sound like pranks themselves.


  13. First Annual Ecliptic Brewing Beer Mile on Sunday, May 31Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | OregonLive.com

    Ecliptic Brewing, a craft brewery and restaurant in Portland's Mississippi neighborhood, will host its First Annual Beer Mile on Sunday, May 31 at 9:00 a.m. The event will begin at the brewery with a complimentary beer, and end back at Ecliptic for live music and beer festivities. "We could not be more excited about our first ever beer mile," said Ecliptic owner and head brewmaster John Harris.


  14. Let's Play "Where's Kevin?"Read the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Wizbang

    Let's play "Where's Kevin?" because he still hasn't posted the winners of the last 3 caption contests. So, see if you can find him in the above image.


  15. Ales for Tails Homebrew FestivalRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | WJKX-FM Hattiesburg

    Ales for Tails Homebrew Festival- A beer festival that will benefit Southern Cross Animal Rescue, is Sat. March 28 from 4 p.m. 7 p.m. at Jitters Coffeehouse and Bookstore in Laurel.


  16. LongShot contest adds 'East vs. West' themeRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Beer Therapy

    Boston Beer Co. has added to new twist to its Samuel Adams LongShot contest from homebrewers.


  17. New craft Belfast beer is a KnockoutRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Fermanagh Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. The 28-year-old launched his one-man micro brewery last month and is already boasting an 80 per cent success rate.


  18. Middle Brow Beer helps Jimmy Whispers celebrate Summer in PainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Chicago Reader

    If you rub this bottle, Jimmy Whispers will magically emerge* and not grant you any wishes. Chicago singer-songwriter Jimmy Whispers, who describes himself with disarmingly transparent bravado as "the greatest bedroom popper in the tri-state area," recorded his new debut album, Summer in Pain , way back in 2001.


  19. Three Taverns announces two bottle releases, and a forthcoming sourRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Creative Loafing Atlanta

    Last week, representatives from Three Taverns Brewery did an AMA Q&A session with Atlanta beer subreddit, ATLbeer . As fans peppered them with questions about homebrewing, churches, and the Clermont Lounge, Three Taverns brewmaster and CEO Brian Purcell, head brewer Joran Van Ginderachter , and "beer emissary" Jarrett Walker revealed a handful of new beer releases.


  20. Monday miscellanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | IPKat

    Forthcoming events . The IPKat reminds readers that there's always plenty of choice when it comes to conferences, seminars, lectures and courses that might grab a person's fancy.