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Imprint Beer Company in Hatfield, PA

Imprint Beer Company produced small batches of 32-ounce crowlers and sold them off the dock at 1500 Industry Rd Suite O, Hatfield, PA 19440 on Saturday mornings. A large following of cicerones ensued, so they opened a taproom at the same location that officially opened September 7th. Imprint Beer Co. has been taking the Philly …

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Free Will Brewing Brut IPA and Pink Guava Muse Can Release 9/8

Today Perkasie's Free Will Brewing Co. released two cans at their Perkasie and Peddler's Village locations! The Brut IPA is the new IPA fad brewing in the craft beer world! A brut IPA is a dry IPA brewed with the enzyme amyloglucosidase. This enzyme breaks down sugars that yeast does not break down. The hops …

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La Cabra Brewing Can Release 7/24: Heapious and Simcoe Shatter

A few weeks ago, La Cabra Brewing in Berwyn, PA announced their latest can release. The beers are as follows: Heapious (a New England Double IPA hopped with Idaho #7, Galaxy, and Simcoe), Hipster Catnip (their popular IPA), and Simcoe Shatter (a 100% Simcoe Powder Hopped New England IPA). They sold the cans at the rear entrance at 5pm with …

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Hidden River Brewing Company in Douglassville, PA: The Best Beer That I Have Ever Tasted

This past weekend, I made the trip out to Douglassville, PA to visit Hidden River Brewing Company. It took a little over an hour, and it was well worth the trip. Hidden River is a hidden gem just feet from the Schuylkill River inside the historic Brinton Lodge at 1808 W Schuylkill Road in Douglassville, …

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Double Dry-Hopped Beer (and Stickman Brews’ DDH Double Deuce)

New England IPA's are all the rage nowadays, but few breweries utilize double dry-hopping when brewing. "DDH" consists of adding double the hops at separate times, once during the brew and again post-fermentation. This causes the beer to absorb twice the hop flavor while remaining smooth. On the other hand, boiling extracts more bitterness than …

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Does The Shape of Beer Glasses Affect Taste?

The debate over how you should drink beer has existed since the birth of craft beer. Hardened beer connoisseurs claim each beer needs to be served in a different style glass (as well as temperature), but middle-aged dads think it tastes the same whether from the bottle or in a glass. Pouring beer into a …

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Stickman Brews, Montgomery County’s Hidden Gem

Located behind a shopping center in Royersford, PA, you might think you’re driving onto the set of a horror film, but it’s just the opposite! It’s a beer wonderland complete with friendly staffed, expertly crafted brews, and an enormous projector screen on the wall. Only one dimly lit, small sign above a door lets you …

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