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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. Beer In Ads #2464: Guinness Guide To Sea Fish - Saturday’s ad is for Guinness, from 1953. While the best known Guinness ads were undoubtedly the ones created by John Gilroy, Guinness had other creative ads throughout the same period and afterward, too, which are often overlooked. In this ad, the “Guinness Guide to Sea Fish,”...

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  2. Historic Beer Birthday: Henry F. Hagemeister - Today is the birthday of Henry Frank Hagemeister (November 18, 1855-June 27, 1915). He “was a member of the Wisconsin State Assembly and the Wisconsin State Senate.” His father founded the Hagemeister Brewery in 1866, calling it the Union Brewery. Henry joined the brewery at the bottom,...

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  3. Buddy’s Beer Garden - On the eve of the repeal of prohibition, anticipation must have been running pretty high. On November 18, 1933, Warner Brothers cartoon studios released their newest Looney Tunes animated short film, “Buddy’s Beer Garden.” “It is a Looney Tunes cartoon, featuring Buddy, the...

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  4. Historic Beer Birthday: Eugene Hack - Today is the birthday of Eugene Hack (November 18, 1840-June 12, 1916). He was born in Wurtenburg, Germany, but emigrated to Indiana and settled in Vincennes in 1868. In 1875, he and a partner, Anton Simon, bought a small brewery in Vincennes, Indiana from John Ebner, who had established in 1859....

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  1. The magic vessel goes onward – the Rare Barrel hands off pH1 to Purpose Brewing - Where in the world is the most famous sour beer aging vessel of all? Home again to the man who scrawled pH1 on the French wine barrel years ago! Once upon a time, at the beginnings of American sour beer, six used wine barrels were purchased by Peter Broukeart, the Belgian brewmaster at a young … Continue reading The magic vessel goes onward – the Rare Barrel hands off pH1 to Purpose Brewing
  2. Session Round-up: Hazy, Cloudy, Juicy: IPA’s strange twist  - The Session, a.k.a. Beer Blogging Friday, is an open community gathering where beer bloggers coordinate to write about a single topic. Each month, a different beer writer from around the world steps up to play host to the Session, chooses a topic and creates a round-up review of all of the submissions, for the benefit … Continue reading Session Round-up: Hazy, Cloudy, Juicy: IPA’s strange twist 
  3. Post your links for the Session #126 - Hazy, Cloudy, Juicy: IPA’s strange twist What’s the deal with these beers?  We’re going to find out together. Welcome back to post your link to your content for the August 4th installment of The Sessions, a.k.a. Beer Blogging Friday!  Here’s the announcement post, for reference.   On August 4, after you post your blog, add the URL … Continue reading Post your links for the Session #126
  4. Judging Juicy Beers: What makes a top quality Hazy IPA? - Ok, do you see the following image as a drool-inducing beauty or a muddy-tasting beast? For many beer drinkers, accepting hazy IPA (and its many cloudy cousins such as pale ales, DIPAs etc.) has been difficult. Clarity has been considered a signifier of quality in most beer styles, so the more you knew about beer … Continue reading Judging Juicy Beers: What makes a top quality Hazy IPA?

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