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Monday Link List

Monday, July 28th, 2008

Here are a few interesting links from around the blogoshpere: Beer-Drinking Tree Shrews: Sober As Judges on NPR Beers with more alcohol gain market share on MNSBC Betting The House On A Beer Made For Women—Recipe For Disaster? by Bob Skilnik on his Beer (& More) in Food Craft Brewers Reformulate Beer to Cope With […]

A historian on beer: Part III

Saturday, October 14th, 2006

Here is the final installment of your conversation with Maureen Ogle, author of the Ambitious Brew. The first two: Part one ~ Part two 7. How did beer change for you in the course of researching and writing the book? The short answer is that when I started the book, my only experience with beer […]

A historian on beer: Part II

Friday, October 13th, 2006

We recently asked Maureen Ogle, author of the Ambitious Brew, a series of questions. This is the second in a series of three posts with her answers. (Part one.) 4. How is this book similar/different than the previous two? What’s next? Ambitious Brew was much more ambitious (no pun intended) than my two previous books. […]

A historian on beer: Part I

Thursday, October 12th, 2006

We recently asked Maureen Ogle, author of the Ambitious Brew, a series of questions. The e-mail conversation turned out to be long enough that we’ll post her answers to seven questions in three parts. First, a bit about the book. It is ambitious itself, seeking to tell the history of American beer in a different […]

Everything you need to know about brewing (really)

Monday, June 12th, 2006

Since the Real Beer Page, as it was known back then, began hosting the work of John Palmer we’ve known the chord his straightforward explanation about how to brew beer strike with readers. His book, How to Brew, began as in Internet site we host. It evolved into a second edition that he self-published in […]

Weekly Therapy: The people’s choice

Monday, April 24th, 2006

Working for the Anheuser-Busch breweries in Columbus, Ohio, and Merrimack, N.H., has been a little more fun recently. Why? Burnin’ Helles, Leaf Peeper Pils and Old Eyepopper for starters. The idea to have a contest that lets customers pick what might on tap in their local pub is hardly new, and the idea for this […]

Weekly Therapy: Five beer myths

Monday, March 20th, 2006

Every once in a while it is good to revisit these beer myths and set the facts straight. – The best beer is sold in green or clear bottles rather than “plain brown” ones. In the years following World War II, in part because there was a shortage of brown glass, European brewers shipped beers […]