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Mutineer Magazine Issue 19 Preview

Miscellaneous
09.06.2011

Mutineer Magazine Issue 19

From the Issue 19 Letter from the Editor:
“My fellow Mutineers, this is technically the first issue of the fourth year of Mutineer Magazine. Yes folks, this proverbial battleship of fine beverage righteousness has relentlessly pressed on, blasting against the confused currents of a culture in the midst of an awkward adolescence that will likely only be truly appreciated with hindsight.

My fine beverage brethren, the time has come to put on your Che t-shirt and cue up the White Album, because we are in the midst of a people’s drink revolution of the highest order. It’s essentially a waking dream, except real.”

And he even continues further. How can one not get excited about that? Throughout Issue 19 of Mutineer Magazine, you will find that same intensity for today’s beverage culture.

The September/October 2011 Issue of Mutineer Magazine brings you:

Behind the Peep Hole: Ken Burns’ “Prohibition”

Mutineer gives you a first glimpse into Ken Burn’s Prohibition, his three-part documentary film series that tells the story of the rise, rule and fall of the Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and the entire era it encompassed. Flappers and fedoras are only part of the story of Prohibition. Ken Burns digs deeper in his new documentary.

Birreria

What happens when you take talented brewers from two continents and partner them with an Iron Chef? Amazing things… on a rooftop.

Gypsy Brewing

A band of brewers questioned the traditional brewery model and wrote their own rules. They’re called gypsy brewers, and they’re challenging the craft beer world.

Mutineer Interview: Steve Heimoff

Part wine journo, part blogger, Steve Heimoff is a rare species. Mutineer tracked down the elusive hybrid to ask him a few burning questions.

Hungry Mutineer: Tailgating

Mutineer Food Editor Erin Jimcosky teaches you how to tailgate… Izakaya style. She prepares her favorite American tailgate fare with a Japanese Izakaya twist and pairs it with some great Japanese beer selections.

The September/October issue also includes:
Dan Dunn’s Civilization and Its Discontents: Another Gin-Soaked Degenerate
The Plaid Avenger: Malbec
What People Drink: David Walker, Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
What People Drink: Jackson Sisters, Jackson Family Wines
Wine Steals: California Red Blends
Behind The Bottle: The Last Glass
Beer Styles: Black IPA
Classic Cocktails: The Negroni
Coffee & Tea: Pourover, Limburger Cheese, Drink Night Cocktails, and much, much, more…



Comments

  1. Jen Russo | Wednesday, September 7, 2011

    can’t wait to see prohibition by ken burns. looks like another great issue!


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