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Founders Brewing’s Dave Engbers talks swinging for the fences

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Paste has a short interview with Dave about how they really turned it around with Dirty Bastard. Dirty Bastard was really the beer that got us on the right path where we broke out of our shell. It gave us the confide...

Think of the children!

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I've been going through some articles I missed this year and have found some gems.  This one from Porch Drinking is great.  It's about the Ben & Jerry's / New Belgium cross promotion from earlier this year. “It’s...

Stalk the Whales – A Strategy Guide

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Beergraphs has a good primer on how to think about grabbing the stuff that goes quick. If they’ve got a great selection, there’s a chance that the really great selection is chilling in the cooler out of sight. This ...

Dogfish Head’s private capital infusion

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The big beer news this week is that Dogfish Head has sold a 15% stake to a private equity firm. Specific financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. On its website, LNK said it typically invests between $5...

Learning about Sours

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I enjoy a lot of the sours I've had--one of my go-to hot weather beers is Westbrook Gose, even.  But I still don't know terribly much about how they're made.  I came across an interesting article with some good info. ...

Beer Reviewing Pros and Cons

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All About Beer has a very thoughtful (and thorough) piece on the ups and downs that go along with the avalanche of beer feedback available nowadays. “The beer websites, in particular the forum community on BeerAdvoca...

Hatin’ on Pumpkin-Hate

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Beer blog Joe Sixpack has some contrarian real-talk for all the pumpkin' haters. C’mon, people eat spicy food all summer, so why not spiced beer? In fact, one of the most popular warm-weather ales – Belgian-style ...

Jim Koch picks a dream 6 pack

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Jim Koch (Sam Adams founder) gives an interesting list of beers he'd like to have in a dream six pack and explains his love of each. He mostly keeps it simple. In the 1990s, Rob Tod was learning to use a jackhamme...

Stout vs. Porter

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You may have heard some definitive distinction that seperates these two styles but whoever told you that was probably just passing along nonsense. Roasted barley. That’s the usual explanation of what separates porter...

Fall Seasonals, now in Summer!

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The first day of fall is nearly a month away, but... The annual pumpkin spice apocalypse is already upon us.  Woe upon your house parties, for they will be stocked with the gnarliest of seasonals.  No wizard or pri...