Guido Deboeck advises international institutions such as the World Bank about technology, but it’s clear his passion in life is rooted in the region of Belgium southwest of Brussels, where his great-grandfather founded the Girardin Brewery 120 years ago. In Un“Beer”ably Delicious, Deboeck has written a far-reaching account of beer culture. In it, he conveys... View Article
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May 1, 2003 - Staff
July 1, 2002 - Ian Bowering
“Today they say of Alexander Keith’s beer, ‘those who like it, like it a lot.’ Well, it would seem that to have known the Honorable Alexander Keith, was to like HIM a lot.”
March 1, 2002 - K. Florian Klemp
The midwestern United States has always been known as a great beer-producing area, thanks to a major influx a century ago of immigrants who just wouldn’t be without their favorite homeland brews. Today, many great brewpubs and microbreweries carry on the tradition.
March 1, 2002 - Ian Bowering
Canada was built on brawn, beaver and beer, according to veteran beer marketer Allen Sneath in his ground-breaking chronicle, Brewed in Canada.