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  1. 5000-year-old Chinese beer recipe revealed, including 'secret ingredient'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | The Post-Standard

    Archaeologists have uncovered an ancient "beer making tool kit" that reveals the ingredients in a 5,000 year old Chinese beer recipe. A new study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences revealed that barley was the "secret ingredient" in Chinese beer.

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  2. Forums to explore craft beer brewingRead the original story

    Tuesday May 24 | Independent Herald

    Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College will host community forums to get public input about a craft beer brewing program. The forums, according to David Lord, director of campus operations for Wyoming/McDowell Campus, "will explore opportunities and community concerns about learning the art and science of craft beer brewing."

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  3. Historic meets modern in Third Space Brewing designRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | OnMilwaukee

    At the time, we were unable to speak with co-owner Andrew Gehl, who was busy wrapping up business as a corporate litigator in Chicago so that he could make the move to Milwaukee to work full time at Third Space. Gehl, who grew up in Elm Grove, says he comes by his association with the brewing industry honestly.

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  4. 5,000-year-old Chinese beer recipe had secret ingredientRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | CBS News

    A stove fragment from the Mijiaya site that was probably used to heat the fermenting grain mash during the beer-brewing process. Barley might have been the "secret ingredient" in a 5,000-year-old beer recipe that has been reconstructed from residues on prehistoric pots from China , according to new archaeological research.

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  5. Brewsday Tuesday: Crying Eagle becomes Louisiana's 25th breweryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Best of New Orleans

    Crying Eagle Brewi ng Company in Lake Charles received its state license to brew beer, making it the state's 25th brewery. Brewmaster Bill Mungai is brewing Crying Eagle's initial offerings on the 30-barrel brewhouse: Calcasieu Common, a steam beer; The Chuck, an American cream ale; and Ready to Mingle, a Belgian-style single.

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  6. Ancient Chinese pottery reveals 5,000-yr-old beer brewRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Manila Bulletin

    Residue on pottery from an archeological site has revealed the earliest evidence of beer brewing in China left from a 5,000-year-old recipe, researchers said Monday. The artifacts show that people of the era had already mastered an "advanced beer brewing technique" that contained elements from East and West, according to a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a peer-reviewed US journal.

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  7. This Craft Brewery Invented a Brilliant Edible 6-Pack Holder That Helps Sea LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Fox News

    Plastic six-pack holders are often a death sentence for marine life. Fish, turtles, otters, birds -- all kinds of seashore- and ocean-dwelling creatures -- are maimed and killed due to the toxic packaging that makes it easy for us to schlep soda and beer.

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  8. The brewery kit was found on an archaeological site in northern ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Swindon Advertiser

    A brewery kit for beer-making dating back 5,000 years has been discovered among artefacts from an archaeological site in northern China. Yellowish remnants found inside wide-mouthed pots, funnels and amphora jars suggest that the vessels were used for making, filtering and storing beer, say scientists.

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  9. Surprising ancient beer recipe revealed by Chinese pottery shardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | The Washington Post

    New research on 5,000-year-old pottery fragments found in China shed light on the region's earliest beer brewing practices - and may provide new insight into the history of Asian agriculture. "This beer recipe indicates a mix of Chinese and Western traditions - barley from the West, millet, Job's tears and tubers from China," Jiajing Wang of Stanford University, who led a study published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, told Agence France-Presse.

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  10. 5,000-Year-Old Chinese Pottery Reveals the Oldest Beer RecipeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | I4U Future Technology News

    Archeologists have uncovered a 5,000 year old brewery in China and with that the secret recipe of the oldest beer brewing too. Yellowish leftover on a pottery from archeological side suggests that the artifact was used for making beer and shows the earliest evidence of brewing in China.

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  11. Ancient Chinese pottery reveals 5,000-year-old beer brewRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Korea Herald

    Residue on pottery from an archeological site has revealed the earliest evidence of beer brewing in China left from a 5,000-year-old recipe, researchers said Monday. The artifacts show that people of the era had already mastered an "advanced beer brewing technique" that contained elements from the East and West, according to a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a peer-reviewed U.S. journal.

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  12. Brian RasmussenRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Northfield News

    ... in Negril, Jamaica. In addition to his work, Brian enjoyed home remodeling, woodworking, fishing, travel, homebrewing, preparing the Christmas lefse which he took over from his mother, time with family and friends, music especially the band Foghat ...

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  13. Chinese brewed beer 5,000 years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Newsday

    Archaeologists were able to work out the pottery was used to brew beer from analysis of the residue found on it Published in the US Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , the study also suggested that barley may have been used for booze before being used for food.

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  14. Ancient Chinese enjoy brewed beer 5,000 years agoRead the original story

    Monday May 23 | Xinhuanet

    WASHINGTON D.C., May 24, 2016 -- Photo provided by Jiajing Wang of the Stanford University shows the funnel for beer brewing from Mijiaya. People in ancient China might have started enjoying the delights of beer as far back as 5,000 years ago, according to the report released by Chinese and U.S. researchers.

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  15. Residue on ancient Chinese pottery reveals traces of 5,000-year-old beer brewingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | The Japan Times

    Residue on pottery from an archaeological site has revealed the earliest evidence of beer brewing in China left from a 5,000-year-old recipe, researchers said Monday. The artifacts show that people of the era had already mastered an "advanced beer brewing technique" that contained elements from East and West, according to a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, a peer-reviewed U.S. journal.

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  16. Beer's long history revealed by 5,000-year-old Chinese artifactsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Gizmag

    A study of the pottery samples revealed that one of these vessels was actually shaped like a funnel, perfect for beer pouring Beer is one of, if not the , world's oldest prepared beverages. More evidence of this has now come to light with researchers having used ancient relics to piece together a 5,000-year-old beer-making practice, providing what is claimed to be the earliest direct evidence of beer brewing in China.

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  17. New research suggests that beer was brewed in China as long as 5,000 years ago.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | CTV

    Different types of pottery and pottery remnants, including wide-mouthed pots, funnels and amphorae, were found at the Mijiaya archeological site in northern China between 2004 and 2006. The artifacts were found in two pits that date back from 3400 to 2900 BC.

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  18. Next Session Uncovers The Other Beer EconomyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Brookston Beer Bulletin

    For our 112th Session , our host will again be Carla Jean Lauter, a.k.a. The Beer Babe . For her topic, she's chosen The Other Beer Economy , and I"ll let her explain what that means.

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  19. New evidence reveals ancient Chinese brewed beer 5,000 years agoRead the original story

    Monday May 23 | Xinhuanet

    People in ancient China may have started enjoying the delights of beer as far back as 5,000 years ago, showed archaeological evidence released Monday by Chinese and U.S. researchers. So far, the earliest written record of beer in China appears in oracle bone inscriptions from the late Shang dynasty about 3,000 years ago, which showed ancient Chinese used malted grains such as millets, barley and wheat as the main brewing ingredients.

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  20. Atwood Ales, a real farmhouse brewery in Blaine, WashingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    ... college, I started a career somewhere else and then came to my senses and moved back here in 2008 and started homebrewing." Atwood Ales started brewing in March and recently began selling beer at the Drayton Harbor Oyster Company's oyster bar/retail ...

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