Fruit Beers Get Their Time in the Sun

June 25, 2015
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Beer & Food

By Steve Hawk

Fruit-style beers don’t get nearly the praise or hype they deserve. They are often dismissed as “beginner” beers or even called “girly.” But that’s not the case at all. And besides, you can find natural fruit flavors in non-fruit beers such as the orange...

Introducing Cape May Brewing

May 29, 2015
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Brewer Highlight

Ryan Krill, co-owner of Cape May Brewing Co. has always been interested in beer, visiting various bars while attending graduate school at New York University. “My favorite spot, the Spring Lounge, had a great selection of craft beer and I had the opportunity to begin trying exciting varieties from brewers...

Beer Brunch

May 29, 2015
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Beer & Food

Let’s begin with a quick examination of brunch itself. It usually occurs on weekends when people sleep later and have time to socialize and eat fun foods. The menu has an almost endless range of possibilities, from the usual eggs, bacon and pancakes, to soup, salad and even burgers. There’s...

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Weyerbacher

May 20, 2015
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Brewer Highlight

Although not new to the craft beer scene, bloggers and fans still rave about the innovative beers produced by Weyerbacher Brewing Company. This beloved Pennsylvania brewery, founded by Dan Weirback exactly 20 years ago, continues to experiment with new and exciting beer recipes. You have to wonder about the source...

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