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Here are the Editor's Picks articles for the Beer and Brewing Site! These are the top ten articles that your Beer and Brewing Editor feels are most important for you to read. Enjoy!
1. Saison de Rose Debuts in Philadelphia
Although my hair will never be pink, my commitment to the quality of life for women fighting Breast Cancer has never been greater.
2. Celiacs Guide to Gluten Free Beer
Over 2 million Americans are diagnosed with gluten intolerance, also known as Celiac Disease. These beer-loving adults are finally gaining the attention of craft brewers throughout the world.
3. Saison de Rose - Marnie Old Speaks Good Beer Sense
Saison de Rose, a Belgian-style, pink Saison Ale created for release during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, may just be a little, sessionable beer at 5% ABV, but she sure packs a wallop. Hear what the articulate Marnie Old has to say about the project.
4. Moose Drool Muffins
Quick and easy morning muffins with a touch of Montana´s big sky!
5. Saison de Rose - Dominic Capece Builds the Guts
Dominic Capece - in collaboration with his co-partner John Stemler, Free Will brewer David Wood, and four dynamic women from the greater Philadelphia region - orchestrated the guts of the Saison de Rose project.
6. Eight Facts You Didn't Know About Beer & Health
Healthy lifestyles: In moderation, beer is social, healthy, and enjoyable.
7. A PYNK Affair Comes to Yards Brewing Company
Tom Kehoe and Yards Brewing Company got it right when they designed their October seasonal, PYNK: A Tart Berry Ale, released to the market in time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
8. Abbey Doubled
Some of the most passionate advocates in the world of beer are among the monks of the Roman Catholic Order of the Cistercians, also called the White Monks or Bernardines.
9. Saison de Rose - John Stemler Behind the Wizardry
To a brewer, there’s nothing quite like the aroma of fresh ingredients. Few things are more satisfying, except perhaps, if he knows his efforts are part of something bigger.
10. Happy Hour Bees , Mythology and Mead
Did you know that bees get wobbly and stick out their tongues when drunk? They are responsible for countless Nordic legends of ambrosia and Celtic tales of saintly magic. As producers of honey, they provide the refined yet casual bridge between beer and wine.
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