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Among my interests, one which holds my profound attention is beer. I migh..
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Brume: "fog, mist." One of those wonderful borrowed words not used as frequently nowadays. Merriam-Webster: "French, mist, winter, from ..read more
On 18 February 2020, beer writer Stan Hieronymus hosted the "Ask Me Anything" weekly one-hour broadcast at the Facebook group "Craft ..read more
In this supermarket, cases of hard seltzer dominate the floor of its refrigerated beer aisle. In just a few years, seltzer has come to ..read more
That, in November 2019, became this, in December 2019. From sold to razed in three weeks, a long-time, one-stop combo junkyard, used ..read more
The side stairs, gate, and door to Third Man Records, in Nashville, Tennessee. Photo taken 2 February 2018. The southern digs of ..read more
Yours for Good Fermentables ™ by Thomas Cizauskas - 3w ago
There's something to celebrate — beer isn't just "beer' anymore; it; a delightful beverage to share with family and friends who ..read more
Merriam-Webster defines the word eventide as "the time of evening." The first recorded use of the word was nine centuries ago, in the ..read more
The city of Chattanooga, Tennessee, has a public-art scene, one piece of which is "Casey Standing," a bronze sculpture of a woman, ..read more
And now, this! Happy 100th birthday to America's (and the world's?) oldest brewery employee: Henry 'Zadie' Benesch. A World War II ..read more
In the winter woodland, two things in particular catch my eye: American beech trees and ferns (tracheophytes), the latter evolutionarily ..read more

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