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Monday, November 05, 2012

Monday Morning Second-Hand Brews News Update: 11/5/12

I made another weekly list of interesting stories to share with you. Share the link love and read 'em up.

PHILADELPHIA
~ Bathtub Beer Fest is coming up on 11/15. Past beer events with the National Constitution Center as a venue have been well-received and praised by beer-loving attendees. This one is being held in conjunction with the exhibit, "American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition," which runs from October 19, 2012 to April 28, 2013.

~ Beer Yard brought us this long overdue news a couple of weeks ago.

~ What am I missing? Time for you to hit the comments section below and chime in to share something noteworthy in and around Philadelphia from the past couple of weeks.


EASTERN PA, NJ, DE, AND OTHER NEARBY PARTS OF MID-ATLANTIC
~ Victory has a bunch of beer from the barrel that it would like to share with you.. on 11/21.

~ Grub Street out of Philly pointed us to the impact of "Superstorm" Sandy on Shangy's in Emmaus.

~ And, Alexander D. Mitchell IV is keeping us up-to-date on the status of a few places around the region.


THE REST OF PLANET BEER
~ Jack Curtin pointed us in the direction of an article at Business Week.

~ The Atlantic has a piece with a similiar theme.

~ I find this article utterly fascinating. Makes me wish I comprehend science better than I do. Otherwise, I might understand more than 20% of what the article contains. Even that might be an exaggeration. Still, check it out and appreciate the science that goes into your beer.

~ Another interesting piece, this one looking into the business/political/taxation side of beer and which presidential candidate may hold the most promise for a successful future for small brewers.

~ Chuck Cook shares with us some of the beer cellar news that I remember Van Roy sharing with us when we were at Cantillon earlier this year. Good stuff.

~ Interesting follow-up news of a settlement in a legal case involving August Busch IV.

~ A fun story about wine reviewing and the words used to describe. Can't say there isn't big-time crossover to the beer world as well.



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