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Fine Beverage Roundup: Week of June 13th-17th

Beverage News

06.17.2011

In addition to all the fine beverage news we have posted on our blog this week, here are several other things from other bloggers that we’d like to share with you. We have summarized them into a weekly roundup:

  • Q & A with Larry SidorDeschutes' Larry Sidor

    “As you may have heard, our brewmaster for the past eight years, Larry Sidor, will be leaving us at the end of the year to pursue a lifelong dream of owning his own business. Here’s a question and answer session we recently had with Larry to give a little insight into his time at Deschutes and his brewing experience.” Read the full article

  • What’s The Best Way To Drink Your Whisky
    One of life’s most difficult questions! John Hansell, Publisher and Editor of Malt Advocate does his best to answer it.
    Read the full article
  • A Few Last Minute Wine Reviews Before The Apocalypse
    The apocalypse was coming, what better time to dive into the cellar? That’s exactly what they did.
    Read the full article
  • Dogfish Head and The Bruery to Create Collaboration Beer
    DrinkEatTravel.com gives some info about an upcoming collaboration beer between The Bruery and Dogfish Head.
    Read the full article
  • The Indies Are Here, So Drink Up!: The Sippin’ 5 Indy Spirits By Joshua Wortman
    CitySip highlights a few of their favorite spirits from this year’s Indy Spirits Expo.
    Read the full article
  • L.A. Becomes First Big School District To Ban Chocolate Milk
    “Yesterday, the Los Angeles Unified School District voted 5-2 on a new dairy contract to remove flavored milk from school menus, the Los Angeles Times reports. The district also banned sodas and chicken nuggets recently in its battle against childhood obesity. “By the fall the district will be a national leader,” Matthew Sharp, with California Food Policy Advocates, tells the Times.”
    Read the full article


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