Monthly Archives: November 2010

5 Beer Gift Ideas Over $75

Today is the final post in a series of posts with gift ideas for beer lovers.  The previous two posts included beer gift ideas for under $25, and gift ideas between $25-$75. This post will spotlight those gifts that you want to spend a little more on. Specifically 5 gift ideas for beer lovers over $75. The Over $75 Beer …

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5 Beer Gift Ideas Between $25-$75

Last week I posted up the first in this series of posts on 5 beer gift ideas under $25 to help you get thinking about your holiday shopping for that craft beer fan on your list. Today is post 2 of 3 with 5 beer related gift ideas between $25-$75. Keep on the lookout for the next post if you’re …

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Did You Watch The Brew Masters Debut?

Last night the Discovery Channel premiered the first episode of Brew Masters, a show that follows Sam Calagione, founder of Dogfish Head Brewery, as he runs his business, brews new beers, and even does a bit of hip hop. This is a show that I’ve been really looking forward to as it exposes the world to the craft beer scene …

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5 Beer Gift Ideas Under $25

With the holidays coming up, it’s that time of year to shop for our friends and family and get them a gift they will love. What should you get if that person is a lover of craft beer? Have no fear, I have put together a series of blog posts filled with gift ideas for the beer lover. This first …

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Beer Bottle Opener Wrist Watch Review


I was recently sent a watch from Happy Hour™ which is a pretty cool watch that includes a bottle opener in the buckle. Sometimes I get stuff sent in the mail for reviews that are complete crap, and this is definitely not one of them.  I love this watch.  The only downfall is it’s a little hard to read the …

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Ayinger Oktoberfest-Marzen Review

Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post written by Adam Mlynarcik, beer blogger and aspiring home brewer at Fanbrew is an online community about sports opinion and craft beer. For me the fall to winter seasons are the probably the most exciting seasons in the craft beer world. I love the seasonal brews that come with the falling of the leaves and first …

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