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Ms. Mug - It’s Not You. It’s Me: Beer Breakups PDF Print E-mail
Written by Lauren Clark   
Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00

Beer enthusiasts relish recalling their great romances with certain brews. I, for one, have had an enduring love for Bavarian wheat beer. I don’t care whether it’s light or dunkel, or named Franziskaner or Schneider. The same goes for Belgian whites and saisons. Dupont, Hennepin, Blanche de Chambly…they’re all dreamy.

Going Green: Organic Beer: Growing like a Hop Vine PDF Print E-mail
Written by Abram Goldman-Armstrong   
Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00

Greenwashing is sweeping over the country like so much green-dyed lager on Paddy’s Day, and everyone wants to feel good about the environment. Brewers from Alaska to Florida brewing truly "green" beer with organic ingredients.

Last Updated on Saturday, 09 August 2008 10:04
Tale of Two Portlands PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chris Sweet and Lisa Morrison   
Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00

In our ongoing look at Great American Beer Drinking Cities, we pair up the two Portlands — Maine and Oregon — which both have good, but disparate reasons reasons to stake their claim to beer fame.

Tasting Panel — Extra Special Bitter (ESB) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Paul Sullivan   
Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00

When I first moved to Brooklyn years ago, I ventured out one day to explore my new neighborhood and stumbled upon a cool neighborhood bar. They had many beers on tap that I had never heard of, so I asked for a recommendation. "Try this, everyone loves it" was the reply.

Written by Rabbi Zushe Yosef Blech   
Tuesday, 30 November 1999 00:00

Every spring, the Jewish people celebrate the Holiday of Passover. Traditions include eating unleavened bread (Matzah), and abstaining from leavened grain (Chometz) during the entire holiday of Passover. Foods that comply with this requirement are called "Kosher for Passover," but as we shall see, these foods are not just for Passover any more.

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