In print: Newspapers do beer

September 21st, 2006 | Posted by Real Beer

What newspapers are writing about local breweries:

“‘Wet”‘ hops come to Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports on East End Brewing’s Big Hop Harvest ale. West Coast breweries aren’t the only one serving fresh hop ales.

Getting ready for GABF. This story from the Idaho Statesman is being repeated hundreds of times across the nation this week (though not often in print). Two Idaho brewers send their beers off to be judged during the Great American Beer Festival, which celebrates its 25th anniversary next week in Denver.

More GABF. Kevin DeLange and Kevin Kellogg, owners of Dry Dock Brewing, offer readers of the Aurora (Colorado) Sentinel & Daily Sun tips for enjoying the festival. Their best advice? “Don’t be fooled. If there for the party, don’t let anyone trick you into tasting the contents of the dump buckets.”

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