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Here are the top ten articles for the Beer and Brewing Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. What are IBU's ?
What are IBU´s and why should I care?
2. Ask the Beer Fox - Is Bud Safe for Celiacs ?
A reader asks, "I drink Bud Light with no problems. My doctor doesn’t see a problem but the CSA says all beer has gluten in it. What I am looking for is the honest, unbiased facts. Can you help?"
3. 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.
4. The Big Easy
An easy beer that quenches the thirst and snaps clean on the palate begins in the mind. When the quench is on, so is the brewer.
5. Great Beers of the British Isles
In today’s British Isles, beer has shifted into a major dance since the early 1970s. Back then, beer had begun to take on the lightly-washed, fizzy character of mass production.
6. Beer and Drink Quotes - Short One-Liners
Beer quotes are fun, and one-liners are often the best medicine for provoking thought. They make great conversation starters, and are often used in movies as clever interjections.
7. A Few Tidbits about Dispensing Beer
Whether you dispense beer at home or serve as a bartender, your chief aim in serving draught beer is to enjoy beer at the freshest it can be after leaving the brewhouse.
8. Gout and Gluten Free Beer
I have gout and am told to reduce or stop drinking beer because of the purine in yeast. Is gluten free beer helpful to me?
9. Beer Slang - A Beer Fox Guide
Slang, particularly beer slang, is living proof that creativity lives in the human spirit!
10. Good Beer Head
Good head enchants. It teases the eyes, inviting the curious to explore the unknown. The texture of head varies as much as the stars in the sky. Head can be rocky and voluminous, billowing up above the edge of the glass, or smooth and creamy, made of tightly knit bubbles.
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