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If we could eat the food equivalent of the Man Bun, what would it taste like? Probably like beer, pretzels and pork, right?
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Welcome to the eye-opening world of breakfast beer.
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The Super Bowl is a time to celebrate the gridiron warriors we've lived and died over these last five months.
Don't waste your tasters. Super Bowl is the perfect time and place to invite that group of friends who savor their brew like you do.
According to an age-old maxim that has never appeared in Maxim, the racy men's magazine whose target audience is not exactly geezers like me, age is relative, especially if you have old relatives.
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The IPA is the once and current king of craft brews.
Check the imbibers off your list with these few favorite picks from our editors.
Danes are making our holidays sweeter than ever. Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, in particular, is brewing up some celebratory specials.
Because I only had a very brief amount of time in the Irish capital, I decided to try something new -- ambush total strangers and see if someone might be my local guide.
Festive drinks have been around for centuries. For hundreds of years people in different cultures throughout the world have spent an extra amount of effort and time to create special, seasonal drinks only consumed during the winter months and around the holidays.