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In celebration of the 80th anniversary of the passage of the 21st Amendment and the repeal of Prohibition, we're sharing a recipe for a pre-Prohibition style lager.
I don’t know how I could tell Amazon’s harmless, happy-day drones from Google’s real-time people-watchers — or those of the police or the NSA. It’s best to shoot them all down.
Exceptionally malty, this atypical California Commons is formulated with Goldpils® Vienna Malt and fermented at ale temperatures with San Francisco Lager yeast. You’ll need 10 pounds of Goldpils® for this 5-gallon batch which, btw, would be a great Christmas gift for yourself or your best homebrewing buddy. The recipe can be found as a Briess […]
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Like all organizational models, waterfall is mainly a theory of collaboration. By putting the most serious planning at the beginning, with subsequent work derived from the plan, the waterfall method amounts to a pledge by all parties not to learn anything while doing the actual work. Instead, waterfall insists that the participants will understand best how things should work before accumulating any real-world experience, and that planners will always know more than workers.
Spice things up with this chai milk stout. The original recipe was a Great American Beer Festival silver medal winner brewed by Yak and Yeti Restaurant and Brewpub in Colorado.
When Don McLean sang that "them good old boys were drinking whiskey and rye," he must have been talking about this gold medal-winning rye ale from the 2009 National Homebrewers Conference.
Have some crusty bread handy to wipe up the sauce left on the plate. You won’t have to wash that dish before you put it back on the shelf.