Of all the substances that one can study, imbibe, inhale or ingest, beer seems less likely to illuminate the inner workings of one’s mind than just about anything. But pursued as the object of study, beer forces us to confront the mysterious inner workings of our brain that in normal life remain hidden. As we... View Article
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People - The Taster July 26, 2014 - Randy Mosher
Book Reviews - Full Pints July 1, 2009 - Daniel Bradford
“Don’t even consider starting this book without a beer in your hand.” Why would you not want to read a book that starts like that? And buy it you will, if you enjoy beer. As the American beer world takes a quantum leap forward, with craft beer sales soaring, new beer styles pouring out of... View Article
Book Reviews - Full Pints November 1, 2004 - K. Florian Klemp
Brewers, both pro and home, are a passionate, enthusiastic bunch. Homebrewers are notorious experimenteurs and almost feel an entitlement and obligation to do so. Many brewmeisters are in fact former homebrewers and have given much to the modern craft beer scene.