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Single and ready to mingle? Craft beer lovers can connect at Harmony Hall

The West Side brew hall announces new series of singles nights Tired of using dating apps that implore you to swipe left or right and reduce yourself to a few flattering selfies and a one-sentence bio? Wish you could just meet and chat with other single people with a shared love of craft beer? You’re in luck. Harmony Hall is taking ...

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New Brews Soon For You: Saltfire, Wasatch, Kiitos, Red Rock

We haven't had a New Brews Soon for You in a while, This edition has a pretty interesting lot of beers that soon will be on our beer horizons, sooner than later (we hope). Pictured above is Saltfire's Mobius Trip. This is a golden ale that is currently relaxing in Chardonnay barrels in the South salt Lake brewery's beer spa. Local cherries w ...

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Cedar Springs Brewing’s Farmers Market Returns for Third Summer

The popular local market will kick off on Thursday, June 20   CEDAR SPRINGS, MI  — Cedar Springs Brewing Company has announced that its summer farmers market will return for  the third year. The market will take place on Thursdays from 3-7 p.m. starting June 20 and running through September. Vendors will set ...

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Mad Fox’s Kellerbier Kolsch

This beer which looks simple is in fact quite complex. This Kolsch has existed in DC since before the Mad Fox Brewing Company existed in Falls Church. Easy drinking, it was born at the Capitol City Brewpub before Cap City became a ghost brewery. The recipe hasn’t changed much in over 20 years which is remarkable as the beer is better than ...

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La Reforma Brewery opens to a review of ‘delicioso’ food and beer

Stoutmeister needed some help reviewing La Reforma Brewery, so he brought along Erin and Dan (who took the photo, but you probably know him as the guy in the Crew shirt who sometimes wears a kilt). La Reforma Brewery officially opens today (Monday) at 8900 San Mateo Blvd. NE, but a few of us in the industry — or industry adjacent — ...

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Loudoun County Welcomes a Packed Beer Week

Loudoun County, Virginia’s third most populous county, is home to more breweries than anywhere else in the state. Running from Dulles, west to Harper’s Ferry and the West Virginia border, Loudoun County has over 30 breweries, among them such DC Beer favorites as Ocelot, Rocket Frog, Vanish, and Solace. If that alone isn’t enou ...

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Be Prepared for No 5% Beer on November 1st

When the ABV in Utah's beer make the climb from 4.0% to 5.0% in November be prepared for the inevitable hiccup that will accompany it. If your planning on walking into your favorite grocery or C-store November 1st, and plan on grabbing some newly amplified brews, you may have to wait a few days. Due to an oversight, the state of Ut ...

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Be Prepared for No 5% Beer on November 1st

When the ABV in Utah's beer make the climb from 4.0% to 5.0% in November be prepared for the inevitable hiccup that will accompany it. If your planning on walking into your favorite grocery or C-store November 1st, and plan on grabbing some newly amplified brews, you may have to wait a few days. Due to an oversight, the state of Ut ...

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Be Prepared for No 5% Beer on November 1st

When the ABV in Utah's beer make the climb from 4.0% to 5.0% in November be prepared for the inevitable hiccup that will accompany it. If your planning on walking into your favorite grocery or C-store November 1st, and plan on grabbing some newly amplified brews, you may have to wait a few days. Due to an oversight, the state of Ut ...

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Be Prepared for No 5% Beer on November 1st

When the ABV in Utah's beer make the climb from 4.0% to 5.0% in November be prepared for the inevitable hiccup that will accompany it. If your planning on walking into your favorite grocery or C-store November 1st, and plan on grabbing some newly amplified brews, you may have to wait a few days. Due to an oversight, the state of Ut ...

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