Month / January 2014

? The following two gracious comments were made regarding my blog on the “Day of The Dead” beer. It was based on a story covered in The National Beer Wholesalers Association (credible source) publication Daily Brew with attribution to BrewBound.com (original source). After consulting with an industry source who has over three decades of knowledge […]

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1327 17 Jan  So now I know I drank a Coors 😉  A few months ago, someone brought the IPA to hockey, and I had one of them.  I’d never seen it before, wasn’t expecting anything special for a Mexican craft (or “craft”) beer, and it was a reasonably competent IPA, nothing special, nothing horrible.  […]

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  The National Beer Wholesalers Association publishes a daily e-mail newsletter called “The Daily Brew”. Today the following was published in The Daily Brew:   FL: Drinks Americas Craft Beer Now Widely Available in Florida “Drinks Americas proves to be right on trend with Day of the Dead Craft Beer. Since their roll out in Florida with […]

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Welcome to BeerBasics.com 2014. This year is going to be a bit different here at BeerBasics.com. The focus will be split between week-end news and weekly features. The response from viewers will determine the subject matter. Will it concentrate on cooking? Are interviews with brewers the future? Or will the focus change to visiting brewpubs […]

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Just a few minutes ago I read a posting on the Zagat site that listed fifteen things that chefs would honestly like to go away. Before that, my Pocket tells me, I scanned the list of ten things to expect on the brewpub market sector. And there are also listings of trends including homebrewing and […]

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