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It’s six o’clock on a crisp, clear evening, four days after the winter solstice. I’m practically skipping into Aro Park, right at the northwest end of Palmer Street in Wellington,
Sunday, 1:20 pm: The San Francisco Baseball Giants were depressingly continuing their early season streak of being down in the first inning while a mostly oblivious crowd of thirsty San
Come in and have a seat. This may be one of our most genuine breweries out there: its brewer/co-founder—moonlighting as an EMT/high school batting practice pitcher/graphic designer—who has been solely
Bear Republic brewed over 100 different beers in 2018—about average output over the last few years. Warning: some beers reviewed below might not be currently available. Unfortunately, this is the
I recently traveled to Denver for my brother-in-law’s bachelor party. It had been 25 years since I last visited Denver before this trip and so much had changed. Denver has
Do you folks like coffee? Real coffee from the hills of Colombia¹? Then prepare for the ultimate fermentation sanctification when you drink up HALF ACRE’s Shrub Tundra, a deeply satisfying
THREE WEAV3RS BREWING is famous in Los Angeles for being one of the first breweries to be run by women (owner and head brewer), which IS a rarity in a
Before we bid a fond adieu to another Christmas season, let’s take a look at one “Christmas ale.” Hey, it’s called 12 days of Christmas for a reason, so we
Our ongoing series on the essential craft beers that everyone ought to know. Long before modern craft brewers were trying to reinvent the IPA to differentiate theirs from the competition,
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