At Paname Brewing Co., it’s easy to feel caught between two worlds. You’re in Paris, with a magnificent view over Bassin de la Villette, the city’s biggest man-made lake, but then there’s that English-language description of what goes on here: not brasserie, but brewing company (Paname, meanwhile, is a nickname for the French capital). Things... View Article
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Full Pints - Stylistically Speaking May 1, 2007 - K. Florian Klemp
There is no escaping the agrarian history of beer. This relationship was nearly lost a couple of centuries ago, as the Industrial Revolution seized control of brewing, but recently, beer-drinkers have demanded that beer revisit its soul, born of terroir.
Book Reviews - Full Pints May 1, 2005 - Gregg Glaser
Flanders in northern Europe is a flat land once covered with small family farms. As was common throughout the brewing regions of Europe, beer was brewed on these farms for the farmers and their workers. Since farming engaged laborers for much of the year, the brewing season was short; During the winter, a style of... View Article