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An appreciation for the craft beer festival

As the temperatures begin to soar across the country, craft beer lovers head out to get their fill of free tastings at festivals that are becoming more and more frequent.

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Kelsey Creek Brewing Company

Nestled under the shadow of a long dormant volcano not far from the banks of one of the largest lakes in California you’ll find Kelseyville.  It is a cozy town surrounded by rolling

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Beachfront dining on the Gulf coast at Schooners

With summer around the corner it is only fitting our intrepid food reporter found his way to Panama City Beach to dip his toes in the sand and sit down at the “Last Local Beach Club”,

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Yard Work and the Beauty of the Session Beer

Guest writer Lori Trentham shows us that it doesn’t have to only be craft beer to quench your thirst and that nothing quite pairs with lawn work like an ice cold brew. We all know when that

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Reza’s brings delicious Mediterranean food to Chicago

Billy Watson our intrepid foodie and ethnic food aficionado found himself in Chicago recently.  Lucky for us he stopped at Reza’s for some Mediterranean food. As the proverbial

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The mad laboratory of the brothers Weidenhamer

With sandwiches like the Danny Davito and the Johnny Knoxville we were curious.  Then they mentioned a 5 pound hotdog.  And a giant PBR.  Curious Dog had us hooked the moment we

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Union Jack’s English Pub

We visit one of Knoxville’s best known English pubs and are pleasantly surprised to find more beers than we could dream to drink! “Tell me what who you are and I’ll show you your

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Mardi Gras at Burial Beer Company

It was the day after Valentines Day and we were wondering around downtown Asheville in search of some warmth.  It was brutally cold but somewhere came the unmistakable thump thump of

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Truly hand crafted: Crafty Bastard Brewery

Knoxville’s newest nanobrewery could finally make Knoxville a beer destination. “You crafty bastard.” That was it.  Aaron McClain and Jen Parker, the brains behind Knoxville’s