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Thursday, November 13, 2008
Home Brew Shops Are Often Little Brewing History Museum
If you want to know about home brewing and home brewing history, the best place is probably not in a museum or library. The best place to go for information and to get a feel of home brewing in the old days is to go to one of your local home brew shops. If you have never been in one of these stores you will be surprised because the moment you step ...

Wednesday, November 5, 2008
The Maynard wine tasting is vin-tastic!
Visitors to Peak District hotel and restaurant The Maynard could have been forgiven for not realising there was a credit crunch; a wine tasting event hosted by John Hattersley at The Maynard recently was oversubscribed, with over 100 tickets sold and many more people wanting to attend.   Local vintner John Hattersley was pleased to welcome...

Thursday, October 16, 2008
Archaeologists Recreate Ancient Irish Beer
Aug 10, 2007 – Billy Quinn and Declan Moore, two archaeologists with Moore Archaeological & Environmental Services (Moore Group) in Galway, believe that an extensive brewing tradition existed in Ireland as far back as 2500 BC. In an article to be published in Archaeology Ireland next month, they detail their experiments and research into the en...

Thursday, October 16, 2008
Slavutich & Lvivske Ukrainian beers arrive on the world stage
Aug 24, 2008 – Could Slavutich and Lvivske be the next great import beers? Find out for yourself with a unique, insider, tasting of the world's best beers. Oliver Dawson, president and host of Beer Lovers Tour International, will explain how his recent trip to Ukraine convinced him that Ukraine deserves to be counted among the world's leading b...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Wines For Beaches and Barbeque's
As the days get warmer and longer, light foods will rule the table. As such, wines that are light, chilly, and not too serious are needed as well. While some may think that wine selection is ruled by our bodies, it can also be ruled by the weather. Our taste for wine is influenced by the weather as well as how the wine tastes. Heat is the enem...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Who Drinks the Most Beer?
2759 Views :: Travel, History
Some countries of the world are renowned for their abilities to produce fine wines, while others are better known for their capabilities at brewing beer. Which countries consume the most beer though? Living in the UK, I often feel rather fortunate that we have such a good supply of varied beers available to us. No other country is probably as...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Beer - Tasting Parties
Let me start out by saying that nobody should host a bear tasting party unless all the participants are over age and there is a designated driver for each person. That way you are assured of nobody getting arrested for underage drinking or driving under the influence. Having said that, what exactly is a beer tasting party and how do they work? A b...

Tuesday, September 23, 2008
German Beer
3816 Views :: Breweries, Travel, History
In Germany, beer is large part of the culture. There are over 1300 breweries in Germany, the most in any country in the world. Beer produced in Germany must adhere to the Reinheitsgebot (German purity law) which dictates what ingredients can be used. The only ingredients allowed are "Wasser, Hopfen, und Gerstenmalz" or water, hops and barley-malt i...

Friday, June 6, 2008
Brandywine Valley Wine Trail's "Big Bang" BBQ
Brandywine “Big Bang” BBQ July 4, 5 & 6  ~  12-5 p.m Come to southern Chester County, PA to celebrate the Fourth with a bang-up BBQ weekend at the six vineyards and wineries of the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail.  Each winery will be hosting wine tastings, vineyard and cellar tours, live music, ar...