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Wednesday, May 6, 2009
You Know Their Beer
3522 Views :: Breweries, History
You've drank their beer for years. In fact, the first beer you ever drank could have been theirs, but do you know the men? Author Ethan Trex wrote about the "Seven Barons Behind Popular Beer" - and it's definitely a quick and interesting read. See what you might not know about:
1. Eberhard Anheuser
2. Adolphus Busch
3. Adolph Coors
4. Fredrick Pabst
5. Joseph Schlitz
6. Valentin Blatz
7. Frederick Miller

Sunday, April 19, 2009
Where to Buy Hops online
2239 Views :: Hops
Information about buying Hops on line and how to get discounts.

If you are looking for Hops plants to buy on line you can purchase them at our website at

Sunday, April 5, 2009
New professorship supports Georgia wine industry
2211 Views :: Craft Beer
By Faith Peppers University of Georgia Georgia’s wine industry is growing fast, tripling its acreage in just the past five years. To provide the industry with the research and outreach it needs, the University of Georgia is expanding programs in viticulture and enology, the science of grape growing and wine making. The expansion includes a new en...

Sunday, April 5, 2009
Beer Brewing Equipment as Personalized Father's Day Gifts
3113 Views :: Craft Beer, Gifts
Father's day gifts are often so standard, which is strange in a time that everything gets personalized. People like to personalize everything these days from their myspace and facebook account to their sense of fashion and thankyou cards. And it's not just that people like personalized gifts, they find it important that a gift is thoughtful, that t...

Sunday, April 5, 2009
Minneola brewer Brad Banker's Lagniappe Brewing Company taps fresh market
3370 Views :: Craft Beer, Breweries
Banker emphasized that his beers don't taste the same as those bought at the grocery store. "When you make it fresh, it does make a difference," he said. "There are a lot of trade-offs made to increase the shelf life of a beer. I find it strips away some of the life from the beer. When you pick up something at the grocery store, many times it's be...

Sunday, April 5, 2009
It's not a drunk fest, it's a micro-brew tasting event.
2973 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.

Sunday, April 5, 2009
Home-based winery opens by Hanover
4142 Views :: Wine Making, Winery
Cindy Sterner doesn't have a basement anymore. She has a winery.

From the ceiling-high racks of wine bottles and a bar on one side of the basement, to the small stove and five-gallon glass carboys full of translucent wines on the other, the little space has all the necessities of a small business.

And after two years of work and countless hours of preparation, the Hanover area's High Rock Winery finally had its opening day.

"We're opening with 34 varieties," Sterner said. "And I think we should have something for everybody."

Friday, April 3, 2009
New products and services now available Reported By Sheri Ebert Posted April 3, 2009 - 10:55am At News Talk 650 CKOM - View Original Changes come in to effect this week to the province's liquor laws. And local beer and wine stores are happy about it, especially that "U-Beer" and "U-Vin" services are now allowed. That's where the customers ...

Friday, April 3, 2009
Napa Valley And Wine
1874 Views :: Craft Beer
The Vikings were the first to notice the USA's potential as a wine-producing nation and since then things have developed and changed. The USA is now making wine from Hawaii to Texas, but most of the decent stuff comes from California and in particular the Napa Valley. The Napa valley is located in Napa County in California. It is a great place t...

Friday, March 13, 2009
Low Tech Winery Goes High Tech
3066 Views :: Winery
Natural Winemaker, A Donkey and Goat Winery, Uses Twitter to Give Insiders View of Grape Harvest

Follow A Donkey and Goat on Twitter to get a behind the scenes look at its fall harvest and get a chance to crush grapes with the winemakers.

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