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Mark your calendars, folks!

Joe Sixpack over at Philly.com and www.joesixpack.net has already lined up 2011’s most important beer dates so you don’t have to. See? Already lots of things to look forward to this year: Jan. 14-15: Great Alaska Beer and Barleywine Festival. … Continue reading

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Aussies lose Ashes, but still gain Victoria Bitter

Well, it’s sad times for Australian cricket fans after the close final loss of the Ashes tournament. We reported a few weeks ago that the Australian team’s sponsor, Victoria Bitter Beer, said they would put vouchers for a free drink … Continue reading

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Infinium: The New Champagne of Beer

If you haven’t heard the buzz about Sam Adams’ collaboration with Germany’s Weihenstephan brewery, you better run to the closest liquor store and pick up a bottle of Infinium before it’s too late. It is a champagne-like, limited edition beer … Continue reading

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A Reason to Try Understand Cricket…

Carlton and United Breweries are prepared to buy each of the 13 million Australian adults a beer if the Australian national cricket team wins the Ashes series! One of their beers – The Victorian Bitter (VB) is an official sponsor … Continue reading

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Oktoberfest 101

We were going to write about all the great beers at Oktoberfest, and then found this article on DarkRoastedBlend.com pretty much giving the full lowdown on all the amazing things Oktoberfest has to offer – huge beers, lots of singing … Continue reading

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So good, even a caveman would drink it

As reported on Wired.com it has been discovered that the Ancient Nubians of what would now be present day Sudan, were ingesting antibiotics roughly 2000 years ago, most likely from the beer they made! Chemist Mark Nelson and anthropologist George … Continue reading

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I know what I’m having for lunch

The always hilarious team over at iBlackedOut.com have posted an article that they found on Asylum.com about Deep Fried Beer…made with Guinness! “Unveiled at Texas’s famous deep-fried-food convention, inventor Mark Zable has said that his process of taking ravioli packets, … Continue reading

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Hangin with Mr. Koch

Hi folks! The Beer Traveler has been busy scouting out places in Massachusetts to film his adventures. On Tuesday we took a ride to the Sam Adams Brewery in Boston and shared some stories (and pints, obviously) with the all-knowing, … Continue reading

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The fragrance of the Norman countryside

Whether you’re driving along the narrow Norman roads between the thick hedgerows, or sleeping at night with the windows wide open, as I did during my two nights at La Cheneviere, the gorgeous Norman chateau near Bayeux (pictured here), there is no … Continue reading

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Wednesday night – Royale with cheese (and with beer!)

I had some incredible food on this trip. You already read all about the canard au sang (duck cooked in its own blood) I had for dinner Monday night (see below). I ate lunch Monday at a gorgeous little place in Rouen … Continue reading

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