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Stable 12 Brewing Company Collab Can Release 11/3: Abominable Snowhorse and PA Haze

Abomination Brewing Company is a nomadic brewery out of East Stroudsburg, without a brick and mortar brewery and taproom, that frequently collaborates with breweries in Pennsylvania. Abomination Brewing Company's collaboration with Stable 12 Brewing Company, Abominable Snowhorse, is a New England Double India Pale Ale brewed with Golden Promise and Carapils malts, malted wheat, and …

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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

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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