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Celebrating the Suds · 1Y ago

Quick Sips: Monk’s Café Flemish Sour Ale

Celebrating the Suds · 1Y ago

Get a job in the NJ beer industry - Cape May is hiring!

The New Jersey beer scene is looking pretty good these days. Amazing breweries like Carton are expanding, old favorites like Flying Fish are pushing out excellent new brews (try their Baltic...
Celebrating the Suds · 1Y ago

Getting Creative In Your Kitchen To Make Prepackaged Homebrew Kits Unique

Pre-packaged beer kits. At one point or another, most homebrewers dabble with using them. I daresay most of us got our start either using such kits or at one of those "brew your own" places....
Celebrating the Suds · 1Y ago

How to grow hops at home even with limited space!

Growing hops at home is fun, and it's FAR easier than you probably imagine. You don't need much real gardening experience to do it, because once hops settle in they are damn near impossible ...
Celebrating the Suds · 1Y ago

NO DOGS ALLOWED: Cranky jackass food critic ruins a good thing at St. Louis brewery

The craft beer world is a dog-friendly world. It just is. Anyone who has toured more than a few breweries will have encountered some friendly rovers hanging out with the public. Sometimes th...
Celebrating the Suds · 1Y ago

"If you can't beat them, buy them," craft brewery acquisitions, and ranting against a pet peeve

The super mega global guys over at ABInBev, owners of Budweiser and a jillion other huge, bland beer brands, have bought another craft brewery. This time, it's the folks at Breckenridge Brew...
Celebrating the Suds · 1Y ago

5 Beers that Should be on your Holiday Dinner Table

Dad?'Tis the season to stuff your face with lots and lots of food and feel guilty about it the next day, but then stuff your face some more because man, there are gatherings and get together...
Celebrating the Suds · 1Y ago

NJ's Carton Brewing is about to get bigger

New Jersey isn't exactly known for its thriving craft beer scene, at least not when compared to its neighbors in Pennsylvania and New York.That's not to say it doesn't have some fantastic br...
Celebrating the Suds · 1Y ago

NJ brewery Rinn Duin looking for a Head Brewer

The folks at Rinn Duin. Photo by Aristide Economopoulos/The Star-LedgerIf you're a brewer or aspiring brewer, and you live in New Jersey or are willing to locate there -- really, it's not as...
Celebrating the Suds · 1Y ago

Sam Adams takes on Heady Topper, Enjoy By IPA

When I talked to Jim Koch, founder of Boston Beer Company, two years ago, he made pretty clear that he didn't like standing still. He didn't want his company to stand still, either. Keep inn...