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This Week in Beer: The News You Can Booze

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This Week in Beer will be an aggregator of stories we thought were important or fun in our world of potables. If you saw something we missed or hate something we listed, let us know in the comments. And stop trying to correct everyone all the time, it’s unnerving.

On his Craft Beer Revolution whirlwind book tour, Steve was invited to Talk at Google. Watch it here.

Oh Mental Floss, you are my favorite list website especially when the subject matter is trivial beer history.

Some beautiful data visualization of the beers America is drinking.

The Economist explains the popularity of IPAs and questions their longevity.

The DC Mash is coming soon and our Craft Beer Revolution hosts Atlas Brew Works have a wonderful article by Behindthecraft.com about getting into the local stadium.

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This Week in Beer: The News You Can Booze

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This Week in Beer will be an aggregator of stories we thought were important or fun in our world of potables. If you saw something we missed or hate something we listed, let us know in the comments. And stop trying to correct everyone all the time, it’s unnerving.

Our very own Brewmaster extraordinaire, Garrett Oliver, takes home the James Beard Award for outstanding wine, beer or spirits professional.

An interesting look at the battle between Ab-Inbev and Guatemala’s beer dynasty by Bloomberg Businessweek. May the largest giant fall.

And if all this throwback licensed beer wasn’t enough, the return of Tom Green.

DraftMag takes a hard look at the current “crafty” trends.

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This Week in Beer: The News You Can Booze

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This Week in Beer will be an aggregator of stories we thought were important or fun in our world of potables. If you saw something we missed or hate something we listed, let us know in the comments. And stop trying to correct everyone all the time, it’s unnerving.

Steve Hindy will be doing a Reddit AMA on 4/22 at 10am. Join us in a discussion of the history of craft beer and which HMB is the worst.

Jackie Dodd gives us a rundown of her favorite Summer beer cocktails, including one of our personal favorites the Brooklyn Lemonade from Crepes of Wrath.

The New York Times talks to brewers about the FDA’s proposal to regulate spent grain deliveries as feed.

The Atlantic analyzes 2013 beer sales numbers.

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This Week in Beer: The News You Can Booze

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This Week in Beer will be an aggregator of stories we thought were important or fun in our world of potables. If you saw something we missed or hate something we listed, let us know in the comments. And stop trying to correct everyone all the time, it’s unnerving.

Brew York gives us a solid rundown of New York State’s Wine, Beer, Spirits & Cider Summit.

A D.C. reporter is Kickstarter-ing  a web series that focuses on two of our favorite things, Bills & Beers. We can finally stop watching Tabletop.

Mental Floss ran 25 amazing facts about beer for National Beer Day.

Ozzy Osbourne sent a cease and desist letter to the folks at Brewer’s Art over their Ozzy beer. They’re taking suggestions for new names at the brewery in Baltimore.

Lost Rhino brewing company is creating an ale fermented from a yeast sample swabbed from a protocetid whale fossil. (Any day you can link to Scientific America is a good day.)

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This Week in Beer: The News You Can Booze

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This Week in Beer will be an aggregator of stories we thought were important or fun in our world of potables. If you saw something we missed or hate something we listed, let us know in the comments. And stop trying to correct everyone all the time, it’s unnerving.

Steve Hindy rails against the stranglehold of the three tier system on CNBC’s Street Signs.

Paste puts together a list of 10 Pop culture beers for geeks and somehow completely misses our Brooklyn Defender.

Florida doesn’t seem to understand what keeps a growing manufacturing industry growing. Please stop.

The Wall Street Journal joins us, about ten years late, on the art of a curated beer cellar.

After all the April Fool’s dust settled, a blog in Sweden won our hearts with this photo-shopped masterpiece, “Tom Cruise loves the New Carnegie Brewery

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Read This: New York Times Goes Inside Chefs’ Fridges, Finds Brooklyn Beer

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(Photo by Eric Helgas)

The New York Times Magazine did a photo expose on 11 of New York Cities’ top chefs’ refrigerators. It allowed us to take a glance deep into their souls as we peruse their personal stores, trying to catch a glimpse of what inspires their genius. A congratulations goes out to Bryce Shuman of Betony, Einat Admony of Balaboosta, and Jody Williams of Buvette. (though maybe the credit goes to her girlfriend) These progressive chefs had the foresight to have Brooklyn brews in their fridge, ensuring them as purveyors of good taste and assuredly wonderful hosts. As much as we love Maysville, we need to have an intervention for Kyle Knall. And as for Amanda Cohen— we will party with you any time.

Hopefully, when the New York Times reaches out to us for photos of our beer fridge we’ll have food from some of these fantastic restaurants on our shelves.

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This Week in Beer: The News You Can Booze

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This Week in Beer will be an aggregator of stories we thought were important or fun in our world of potables. If you saw something we missed or hate something we listed, let us know in the comments. And stop trying to correct everyone all the time, it’s unnerving.

In its first starring role, the Brooklyn Vintage Winter Hat shows us and NPR’s The Salt the art of opening a bottle of wine with a shoe.

Because nothing is sacred, here’s a commercial alleging that rock and roll legends faked their death to drink fruit flavored beer in peace.

Finally, a beer just for us Klingons. lupDujHomwIj lubuy’moH gharghmey!

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This Week in Beer: The News You Can Booze

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This Week in Beer will be an aggregator of stories we thought were important or fun in our world of potables. If you saw something we missed or hate something we listed, let us know in the comments. And stop trying to correct everyone all the time, it’s unnerving.

Cheers to the companies that pulled out of St. Paddy’s Day parades in support of equal rights.

Have you sobered up yet? Then let’s talk with The Economist about why Guiness isn’t as Irish as you think.

Left Hand Brewing Company tried to trademark the word “nitro” and the internet is in a tizzy. See their apology here and my favorite comment here.

Brewhub is coming. Ladies and Gentlemen, start your incubators.

Beautiful Antique Beer Tankards. That is all.

Good history lesson using a bad example: O’Doul’s given to elementary school students.

 

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This Week in Beer: The News You Can Booze

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This Week in Beer will be an aggregator of stories we thought were important or fun in our world of potables. If you saw something we missed or hate something we listed, let us know in the comments. And stop trying to correct everyone all the time, it’s unnerving.

Check to see if you should be diagnosed with our brand new Brewmaster’s Reserve Hammarby Syndrome.

Andy Cavatorta, of MIT, teamed up with Stella Artois and Cold War Kids to create the Chalice Symphony, a collection of four fully functional instruments made from hundreds of Artois chalices.

Keep track of your Craft versus “Crafty” with this wonderfully cynical app.

Steam Whistle Brewery exemplifies the energy-saving green spirit of the brewing industry with real life green-energy Hot Wheels collection. Jealous.

For those of you with emotions, here’s a blog dedicated to where to cry in New York City.

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This Week in Beer: The News You Can Booze

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This Week in Beer will be an aggregator of stories we thought were important or fun in our world of potables. If you saw something we missed or hate something we listed, let us know in the comments. And stop trying to correct everyone all the time, it’s unnerving.

Gizmodo takes the squeeze into beer concentrate packets. It goes pretty much how you’d expect.

NPR’s The Salt has a great article on the effects of drought on the water table and vis-a-vis our beer.

Here’s an excellent rundown on the modern definition of Malt Liquor. More importantly there’s a blog called 40ozmaltliquor.com, awesome.

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