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Sunday, April 5, 2009
2233 Views :: Craft Beer, Beer Tasting
Embrace the sweet nectar of life. And dedicate a day to enjoying it.

That's what many in central Maine will do on April 18 if two businessmen in the region have their way.

Portland has long hosted the Maine Brewers Festival. And a number of Maine's craft brewers have traditionally taken their goods to Acadia's Oktoberfest in Southwest Harbor.

This year, for the first time, Maine's capital will host 15 of the state's beer makers for a day of tasting pale ales and chilled lagers -- two, three-hour sessions of it -- at the Augusta Civic Center.


Thursday, October 16, 2008
Aug 10, 2007 – Billy Quinn and Declan Moore, two archaeologists with Moore Archaeological & Environmental Services (Moore Group) in Galway, believe that an extensive brewing tradition existed in Ireland as far back as 2500 BC. In an article to be published in Archaeology Ireland next month, they detail their experiments and research into the en...

Thursday, October 16, 2008
Sep 29, 2008 – Charlotte, N.C. – The idea of delivering a health message over a pint of beer might be a little unorthodox, but for an organization focused on getting men to have regular PSA tests and share information about the importance of early detection of prostate cancer, it is proving to be highly effective. Us TOO International Prostate ...

Tuesday, October 7, 2008
For those of you who fell asleep in economics class (that's why I took it twice) take note that the laws of supply and demand are hard at work in the hop industry.  With the destruction of the Washington hop supply about 2 years ago the prices of beer and cost to make beer have gone up.  As this article by Eric Wilkinson for King 5 News s...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
This month, my wine column switches gears from wine to beer. With St. Patrick's Day right around the corner, many of us become a wee bit Irish and celebrate the occasion with a pint or two. Beer and wine share many similarities. Both were made and refined by monks. Also, both are influenced by the fermentation process. Wine can be broadly seg...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
2012 Views :: Beer Tasting, Gifts
It can be really hard to find the right gift for certain people. You know the situation I am talking about. Your intended recipient might be able to get anything they want for themselves, or they might have most items you can think of. Well, does this person like a good beer now and then? If so, a beer gift basket might be just the right thing. Ar...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Let me start out by saying that nobody should host a bear tasting party unless all the participants are over age and there is a designated driver for each person. That way you are assured of nobody getting arrested for underage drinking or driving under the influence. Having said that, what exactly is a beer tasting party and how do they work? A b...

Monday, September 15, 2008
Judges at the L.A. County Fair Craft Beer Competition confirmed again what Oregon beer drinkers have known for years: Deschutes Brewery, http://www.deschutesbrewery.com, produces some of the best beer on the planet. Three Deschutes Brewery beers, including Twilight Ale, Black Butte Porter and Obsidian Stout were awarded Gold medals, indicating ...

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

The complexity of beer is unknown to most people and beer's poor image is a result of this ignorance. Beer, traditionally a second class citizen to wine, is getting an image lift with the release of the first ever beer tasting kit. This kit is a result of the growing craft beer movement in the US and is now available to the general public as a tool to help people better appreciate the finer elements of beer.



Wednesday, November 8, 2006

November 9, 2006 -- Ben Franklin's adage that "beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy," has never been truer. The last 20 years has seen a renaissance of artisan brewing in the United States that not only has matched European legacy styles in quality but gone beyond them in sheer creativity.

Unfortunately, many Americans still don't realize just how good beer can be. Those who've heard are faced with far too many choices from upwards of 1,400 domestic breweries, not to mention quality imports, a chore made all the more difficult by the millions spent on advertising by the country's large industrial producers.



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