is glad you chose to watch Harpoon Dunkin’ Coffee Porter.

Dunkin’ has shed “Donuts” and gone into the brewing business.
As you can see from this video, it took the taste to convince me it was a porter and not a stout.

Read More is glad you chose to watch Smuttynose Finest Kind I.P.A.

India Pale Ale is a style of beer that has experienced a stretching definition.

Read More is glad you chose to watch Visiting Henry Street Ale House in Brooklyn, NY

The neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights is one of over sixty neighborhoods in the borough of Brooklyn, NY, a small city of 2.649 million people.

Read More is glad you chose to watch Gull Beer Tasting Notes.

A good friend of mine recently visited Iceland and, on the way through the airport on his way back, picked up a can of Gull Beer for me. That is a good friend!

Read More is glad you chose to watch the commentary “The Bunker Mentality”.

This is a personal message to the brewers and friends-of-beer to take a good hard look at the tribalization of beer.

Read More is glad you chose to watch this special “Back of the Fridge” Tasting Notes for a four-year-old bottle of Brooklyn Blast Ale.

For more information on Brooklyn Blast Ale, click on the following Brooklyn Brewery link…

Read More is glad you chose to watch this visit to Whetstone Station.

Visiting a new brewpub is a constant revelation. The various presentations, from high-tech to traditional rustic are all reflections of where they are as well as the imagination of the folks that own it.

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Harpoon Brewery Taps Harpoon Dunkin’ Coffee Porter

BOSTON AND CANTON, MASSACHUSETTS (October 1, 2018) – Two of America’s iconic beverage brands are bringing a bold new way for fans to toast the start of fall. Dunkin’ and Harpoon Brewery have come together to create Harpoon Dunkin’ Coffee Porter.

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100 Tips, Tricks, and Projects

Make Yourself a Better Beer Drinker

By Ben Robinson published by Workman Publishing, NY

Recently a Chloe Puton, the Associate Director of Publicity at Workman Publishing sent me a copy of BeerHacks via UPS followed by an Email, inquiring as to its arrival; all unsolicited.

After thirty years in my profession I will assume this means she wants me to publicly comment on this book.

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