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Brew News

Brandon Greenwood and Cape May Brewing Co. Overcome & Adapt

With the Covid-19 shutdown entering month eight, breweries are still adapting their systems and procedures to keep up with a national can shortage, out of stocks, and a completely new supply chain system. To learn more about these challenges and how...

Fall 2020 Exclusive

Is Your Beer Going Green?

Green beer isn’t just for St. Patrick’s Day anymore. From embracing aluminum cans to sending spent grain to local farms to use as feed or fertilizer, the craft beer industry has been finding ways to make brewing more sustainable and...

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Brew News

Brandon Greenwood and Cape May Brewing Co. Overcome & Adapt

With the Covid-19 shutdown entering month eight, breweries are still adapting their systems and procedures to keep up with a national can shortage, out of stocks, and a completely new supply chain system. To learn more about these challenges and how...

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With the Covid-19 shutdown entering month eight, breweries are still adapting their systems and procedures to keep up with a national can shortage, out of stocks, and a completely new supply chain system. To learn more about these challenges and how...

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If you ask craft beer geeks about the first IPA they fell in love with, you’re probably going to hear a lot about Dogfish Head’s continually hopped 60 Minute IPA. Called “the most balanced IPA on the market” by The Wall Street Journal, 60 Minute has...

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Is Your Beer Going Green?

Green beer isn’t just for St. Patrick’s Day anymore. From embracing aluminum cans to sending spent grain to local farms to use as feed or fertilizer, the craft beer industry has been finding ways to make brewing more sustainable and...

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Fall 2020 Exclusive

Is Your Beer Going Green?

Green beer isn’t just for St. Patrick’s Day anymore. From embracing aluminum cans to sending spent grain to local farms to use as feed or fertilizer, the craft beer industry has been finding ways to make brewing more sustainable and environmentally friendly for decades. Now...

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Fall 2020 Beer Rediscovered

Stone Enjoy By Series – Jeremy Moynier

For nearly 25 years, Stone has been a brewing pioneer, churning out classic, award-winning beers at their brewery in California. In 2012, Stone focused all their innovative might on the style that remains America’s favorite: IPA. The brewery’s Enjoy By series, a quarterly release...

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Fall 2020 The Bookshelf

In Praise of Beer by Charles W. Bamforth

At around 140 pages, In Praise of Beer by British biochemist Dr. Charles W. Bamforth is one of the slimmer tomes about beer available. At that length, you might expect a pocket guide that covers only the very basics of malt-based beverages. Instead, you’ll find a concise analysis of every...

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