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Hedonist Beer Jive

  1. WE HAVE A NEW HOME
  2. THE HEDONIST BEER JIVE 95
  3. I LOST BELGIAN ROULETTE - DES GEANTS "SAISON VOISIN"
  4. A FEW MINUTES WITH A NEW GLARUS “COFFEE STOUT”

Brookston Beer Bulletin

  1. Historic Beer Birthday: John Eichler - Today is the birthday of John Eichler (August 20, 1829-September 3, 1915). He was born in Rothenburg, Germany and trained as a brewer there, and moved to the U.S. in 1853, settling in New York City. In 1865, he bought Kolb’s Brewery, which had been founded three years before by brothers Henry...

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  2. Historic Beer Birthday: Bernhard Stroh - Today is the birthday of Bernhard Stroh (August 20, 1822-June 24, 1882). He was born in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany, and after a detour in Brazil, emigrated to the U.S. and settled in Detroit. This biography is from Find-a-Grave: Businessman. He left Germany in 1848, and joined a group of German...

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  3. Beer Birthday: Julie Radcliffe Atallah - Today is the birthday of Julie Radcliffe Atallah, co-owner of one of the nation’s premiere beer stores, Bruisin’ Ales in Asheville, North Carolina. We took a family vacation to Asheville several years ago and got to know Julie and her husband Jason. They were great hosts and terrific...

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  4. Historic Beer Birthday: John Hauck - Today is the birthday of John Hauck (August 20, 1829-June 4, 1896). He was born in Bavaria, but came to the U.S. as a young man. He “worked for his uncle, Cincinnati brewer George M. Herancourt, before starting his own brewery in 1863, the John Hauck Brewery Here’s a short biography...

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Beer by BART

  1. Amburana Wood: Flavors from Brazil Reach the San Francisco Bay - We just published two articles about an amazing spicy wood from South America. One is the main introduction to this curious spicy wood traditionally used to age artisan cachaça in Brazil — at CraftBeer.com, here: https://www.craftbeer.com/craft-beer-muses/american-brewers-fall-for-brazils-spicy-amburana-wood The second story is a Beer Currents special, where we talk about some of the stories behind the storyContinue reading "Amburana Wood: Flavors from Brazil Reach the San Francisco Bay"
  2. Anchor Brewing Employees Vote To Unionize - On March 13th, 2019, employees at the historic Anchor Brewing Company in San Francisco voted themselves into a union. When the secret ballot vote was tallied, the union had been adopted by a 31 to 16 margin. “We won two to one; a clear majority,” said Brian Witte, who has worked at Anchor Brewing Co.Continue reading "Anchor Brewing Employees Vote To Unionize"
  3. Stormy Waters At Anchor Brewing - March 8, 2019 By Steve Shapiro          On a rainy Tuesday evening, a standing-room-only crowd gathered at Anchor Brewing’s Public Taps. Many were there at the invitation of Anchor employees. It was billed as “Worker Power Solidarity Hour With Special Building Trades Time!” The goal as stated on the Anchor Union FacebookContinue reading "Stormy Waters At Anchor Brewing"
  4. Strong Beer Collaboration Helps Make February The Bay Area’s Best Beer-Drinking Month - This Ancestor of SF Beer Week is Alive and WelL Ask most any bar owner, brewer or – for that matter – any restaurateur about their business in January and February and you’ll likely see frowns, head shakes and encouragement for a new line of questioning. Hunkering down at home is a favored January activityContinue reading "Strong Beer Collaboration Helps Make February The Bay Area’s Best Beer-Drinking Month"

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