Month / December 2013

It has been seasonally cold here in Brooklyn, USA. This makes the afternoon lunch trek more than usually interesting. Rather than the luxury of four or five Brooklyn Neighborhoods and Manhattan south of 20th Street to grange in it comes down to two or three particular places. The closest is in Brooklyn Heights, four blocks […]

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In 1932, there were over 2,000 speakeasies stashed in every nook and cranny of Manhattan. Literally on the corner of 54th Street and Third avenue (the exact address has been lost in the mist of time and dust of destruction) was the Zum Brauhaus where you could get a stein of “Otto’s Beer” and some […]

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How many of them can I remember?   by popchartlab. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually.   Sorry… can’t remember a one!   Can you?  

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The following are links to the postings that I had the most fun working on over the last year. This first caught the attention of a number of industry folks and will result in a special report now underway… Visiting Belgium in New York City with stops at BXL East and MARKT… http://bit.ly/1fOlvhN The next […]

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  Now get your mind out of the world of double entendre and let me decode the above title to this piece. It refers to a nautical term; Flag of Convenience (FOC). This phrase designates a merchant marine naval vessel that is registered (certified seaworthy and licensed to operate according to the naval laws and […]

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Now that there is one month left to this year I will now take a look back and see just how much I know about the beer business and the folks that make the beer business possible. That said, the following were my prognostications for the year 2013. THEN: After a winter lull the month […]

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