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Saturday, October 05, 2013

Weekly Second-Hand Brews News Update: 10/5/13

I long ago lost the ability to keep up with even half the beer news out there in the wild and wacky world of craft beer. There was a time I attempted daily (or even more frequent) updates with interesting tidbits from around the brewniverse along with small contributions of my own thoughts.

That has yielded to my weekly updates that you'll find here every Saturday morning with some of what I consider to be some of the more interesting news out there that you might like to add to your weekend reading list (or Monday morning at work, depending upon your preference).


~ Many moons ago, Joe Sixpack took aim at Veterans Stadium concessions. These days, he's got the Philadelphia Eagles and the Linc in his sights. Much as I love a good wine, he's got a few great points of logic to present as argument.

~ Speaking of Joe Sixpack, he was recently thrown into the mixer with the Beer Sessions crew in addition to the gents from Brew Dog. Interesting topic and discussion around "heritage beers".

~ More great stuff in 2014 from Flying Fish.

~ How to grow 250%

~ I was disappointed to have missed this year's running; however, one of the best known beer runners filed a story.

~ This was a quality stop earlier this year, so this news coming out of York, Pa. is quite welcome.

~ Jaime Jurado has left Pennsylvania and this is where he's setting down next.

~ Pretty cool news from Baltimore.

~ We still read your blog.

~ First, the beard. Then, what's next?

~ This sounds like something to look forward to in Berkeley.

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