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Every major city has its niche. Chicago is jazzy, New York never sleeps, Paris falls in love, and Portland knows craft beer. That's not just an assumption, it's a fact.

 

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From farm to bottle

By Chris Gigley Drivers heading south on I-85 encounter a strange image as they speed through Gaffney, S.C., a town a few miles past …

Cinco de Mayo or Drinko de Cinco?

By Adam Tokarz To the casual observer, Mexico’s Cinco de Mayo holiday signifies little more than an excuse to down a few ice-cold cervezas, …

Elizabeth Street Brewery: The ultimate man cave

by Chris Galvin Smack-dab in the middle of San Francisco’s picturesque Noe Valley neighborhood is the Elizabeth Street Brewery. This isn’t just any old …

The Masters: A drinking man’s tournament

By Adam Tokarz Whether you’re a serious golf fan that’s major-ly excited for this week’s action at Augusta, or you’re simply enthralled with the …

Getting schooled at the Philly Beer School

By Tara Nurin “Philadelphia is to beer what Sonoma is to wine,” says Keith Wallace to anyone who’ll listen. Considering the source, the proclamation, …