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Denver Airport Launches Beer Festival in Terminal

From now until October 4, trips to Denver International Airport just got a whole lot more interesting—so interesting, in fact, that you might want to leave a little early for your flight out or stick around once you get there. In celebration of the upcoming Great American Beer Festival, Denver’s airport is hosting Beer Flights

Pairing Beer & Food

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Craft Beer Pairings for Poutine

Right up there with key lime pie, cilantro, and olives, poutine is a “you either love it or hate it” kind of dish. Most people, however, seem to fall squarely on the “love it” side of this plate of crispy, hot French fries topped with beef gravy and fresh cheese curds. And while a plate

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The Real Oktoberfest Beer

Saturday, September 21, marked the official start of Munich’s 2014 Oktoberfest. Taking place over the course of two weeks, the world-famous party ends on Sunday, October 5, and is expected to draw more than 6 million visitors from around the globe. While it’s best known as a beer-fueled celebration of Bavarian culture, the original Oktoberfest

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Creating a Destination: The Evolution of Otter Creek Brewing

Otter Creek Brewmaster Mike Gerhart is about as well-rounded a craft brewer as they come. He has been brewing professionally his entire adult life, since 1996 when he started at a small Belgian brewery in Vermont. From there he went on a “fact-finding mission,” spending a few years at breweries that run the full spectrum

Beer Collecting & Trading

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Shipping Your Homebrew

Go far enough down the road of homebrew obsession, and sooner or later you’ll find yourself needing to ship some beer. Whether submitting samples to a competition, participating in a Secret Santa swap, or simply offering a bottle of your 2008 barleywine as a holiday gift, getting your precious homebrew from point A to point

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Beer Review

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Five Craft Brewers and their Favorite Lagers

Lagers are making a comeback in the United States. In the past few years, this beer category, which used to be stereotyped as mass-produced, water-y fizz, has been gaining interest and even stealing some thunder from IPAs and imperial, barrel-aged ales. There’s more attention both on classic European lagers and lagers crafted in the United

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Do You Know the Muffin Fan?

The dreaded foamy pour is a common complaint among new kegerator owners and operators. While professionals enjoy the benefits of commercial-grade refrigeration and purpose-built draft systems, we home enthusiasts often cobble together our own setups from Craigslisted parts and fire-sale fridges. And diagnosing foam is almost always part of the process. If your draft system

Beer Recipes

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The Real Oktoberfest Beer

Saturday, September 21, marked the official start of Munich’s 2014 Oktoberfest. Taking place over the course of two weeks, the world-famous party ends on Sunday, October 5, and is expected to draw more than 6 million visitors from around the globe. While it’s best known as a beer-fueled celebration of Bavarian culture, the original Oktoberfest

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