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In celebration of the second straight year of tripling their sales in 2011, Willamette Valley Hops has announced the rhizome sale of the century! (PRWEB) March
Stale bottled beer may soon not be a problem any longer as scientists have identified the chemical reactions that lead to the bitterness of old beer.
BOSTON, Feb. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- In a twist on traditional Valentine's Day gifts, Samuel Adams and FromYouFlowers.com have brewed up the perfect delivery for beer lovers.
An Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientist may have found a way to cut the amount of ammonia produced by cattle.
A new study suggests that beer is a significant source of dietary silicon, a key ingredient for increasing bone mineral density.
By Jacklet, Ben Midway through the frenzy of the harvest, Oregon Wheat Growers League president Kevin Porter found himself working as truck driver for the day.
SABMiller, a beverage company, has launched a new premium brand, Dreher Premium Lager, in the South African market. As part of its European expansion, SABMiller purchased the rights to the Dreher brand in 1993.
By BRIAN GLOVER WITH the harvest almost upon us, appreciate the complexity of the grain in this classic Belgian beer from the Bosteels family, who have been brewing in Flanders since 1791.
T he term "export" is familiar to many beer consumers, with many brewers choosing to name their premium brands simply Export or referring to them as Export Strength.
In northern Colorado, a region flush with craft breweries and plenty of discerning beer drinkers, an interesting marriage of agriculture and ale-making takes place.
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