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Our Commitment to Fresh Beer

 
When you crack open a Ninkasi beer, we want to make sure it’s the best beer you could possibly enjoy. We work hard to make sure our wholesale partners and retailers provide you with the freshest Ninkasi beer. How do we do this? Each and eve…

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Our Commitment to Fresh Beer

 
When you crack open a Ninkasi beer, we want to make sure it’s the best beer you could possibly enjoy. We work hard to make sure our wholesale partners and retailers provide you with the freshest Ninkasi beer. How do we do this? Each and eve…

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Your Guide to Summer Beer Drinking

 
Here in Oregon we spend a lot of time dreaming of sunny weather. And the rolling from spring to summer means that it’s finally time to sip some Maiden The Shade in the backyard, dust off the charcoal grill and start enjoying the outdoors to…

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Your Guide to Summer Beer Drinking

 
Here in Oregon we spend a lot of time dreaming of sunny weather. And the rolling from spring to summer means that it’s finally time to sip some Maiden The Shade in the backyard, dust off the charcoal grill and start enjoying the outdoors to…

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The Science of Canned Beer

 
Since the 1930s, beer has been produced in cans. The initial cans were steel, looking more like a soup can than a modern beer can. They were opened by punching two holes in the top with a churchkey, and imparted a metallic flavor to the bev…

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Beer Review – Lazy Magnolia Brewing Company Southern Hops’pitality

One blustery winter evening in South Jersey, I was looking for a beverage to temper the cold and compliment my grilled chicken (yes, I was outside during a snowstorm grilling chicken, because when Benita wants the chicken grilled, you grill the chicken. And, then, you put the lotion […]

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Beer Review – Kona Brewing Company Kanaha and Koko Brown Ales

This past Tuesday (March 20, 2018 to be more precise) may have been the first day of Spring, but if you happen to live in the Northeastern United States, you would have never known it. Philadelphia and South Jersey experienced temperatures ranging from 28 to 35 degrees on […]

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Hop Take: Craft’s Next Big Trend Is Bright, Light, and Maybe Not for You

Last month, Founders Brewing introduced Solid Gold, a “premium lager” described by the brewery as a risky and rebellious take on a classic lager. Also in February, Firestone Walker announced the launch of its simply named, simple-drinker: Firestone Lager. It came with more fanfare than a triple-dry-hopped triple IPA. This lager got its own website, Instagram […]

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We Put the [S]Ass in Sassafras!

AK: Hello, Professor. It’s been a long time. G-LO: Indeed it has, Doctor! AK: Went out for burgers with the 17 year old daughter last night. Had a pretty boring soft drink to go with. I hate boring soft drinks. G-LO: Define boring. 7-up? Seltzer? Grape Ne-HI? Orange […]

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Get Ready for Brewer’s Plate 2018!

Below is some muy importante information about one of our favorite Philly Food and Craft Beer events of the year, The Brewer’s Plate. This time around, they’ve moved the event to a Friday night which makes those of us that work Monday through Friday / 9 to 5 […]

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