The mad men from the ad agency told Pete Slosberg, co-owner and public face of Pete’s Brewing Co., to sit down one breezy day at a red-draped table set up on a sidewalk in downtown San Francisco and stick a radio piece in his ear. Slosberg obliged. Above him and the table a sign read,... View Article
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Acitelli on History - Blogs - Web Only December 10, 2014 - Tom Acitelli
Full Pints - Stylistically Speaking May 1, 2003 - K. Florian Klemp
England’s individual beer styles are a result of the golden age of English brewing, the 18th and 19th centuries. Brown ales sit right in the middle. They are unassuming, working-class brews. Imminently drinkable, rich with classic English character, and midway between pale ales and porters, brown ales are ready and able to slake any thirst.