Posts tagged phil galewitz
Trappist Beer Is Now Made In the US

A visit to Spencer Brewery - owned and operated by Massachusetts monks

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Field Trips: Craft Beer Getaway Near Shenandoah Natl. Park

Front Royal Brewing is worth the stop, especially if you like good beer.

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Running For Senate: A 19th Century D.C. Beer Is Back On the Ticket

Heurich’s most popular brew is being resurrected by beer scientists

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New Zealand’s “Island find of Wine” Offers Fine Breweries, Too

Where to find craft beer on Waiheke Island

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You're Not Dreaming: Beer Ice Cream Exists!

You can have your beer, and eat it too, with these hoppy ice creams.

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Craft Beer From the Nation's Capital

6 beers from DC that any party can agree on

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Post-Workout Beer Is Now Officially a Thing

Marathon Brewing joins a growing number of breweries making lower carb beer to drink when you’ve run on empty.

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A Brewery For the Deaf — and Everyone Else

The taproom at Streetcar 82 has no music or TV, and customers like it that way.

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Field Trips: Lyon Distilling in Maryland

On Maryland’s eastern shore, Lyon Distilling focuses on rum, while reconnecting with America’s distilling history

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Grocery Stores Open Tap On In-Store Bars

Drink while you shop or pull up a stool, these bars-within-grocery-stores are steering a welcome trend.

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The Ruin Bars of Budapest Are Ready For Prime Time

An exploration of Budapest’s “ruin bars” which have been taking over pre-World War 2 abandoned buildings and unused outdoor spaces in the Jewish Quarter to become top nightlife spots and tourist destinations.

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Field Trips: Original Beer Spa, Prague

Have you ever been to a beer spa? Explore The Original Beer Spa, one of the oldest in Prague.

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Mead is cool again! This Book Instructs How to Make It
For a Beer and a Dog, Head to Fido's Tap Room
Craft Breweries Bringing Home the Bacon (Beer)