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Learn How to Make Beer

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Learn How to Make Beer

Brewing beer at home is not only a fun hobby, but one that will also save you money in the long run. However, since many people don’t know how to make beer, I’m going to devote this post to giving everyone a crash course. With a little patience and practice, you can make brewery quality beer at home in no time. Ingredients Needed to Make Beer Beer is 99% water, so of course you are going to need good quality water. What most beer drinkers don’t know is commercial breweries enhance their water with all sorts of water...

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Round Guys Brewing (Review)

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Round Guys Brewing (Review)

Round Guys Brewing is located in Lansdale, PA and is about 40 minutes outside of Philadelphia. They are tucked away in the small town of Lansdale and have the “small brewery” feel you would expect. However, once you walk inside, you will be pleasantly surprised by the beer (see below), food, and ambiance. Inside of Round Guys Brewing in Lansdale, PA. Although these guys have only been brewing since 2012, I would say they are one of the more well known breweries in the Montgomery County area. Round Guys Brewing is known for their...

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A Play About Friendship – Forest and Main Brewing (Review)

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A Play About Friendship – Forest and Main Brewing (Review)

The guys at Forest and Main are known for quite a few things, and hazy IPAs is quickly becoming one of their staples. For the longest time, these guys brewed saisons with their house yeast. However, the past year or two, they have come out with weekly hazy IPAs. As a result, their portfolio is expanding and my love for them is growing. The creative geniuses at Forest and Main describe this release as a DIPA with notes of citrus groves, orange blossom honey, candies pears, mysterious lollipops, sweetened pie dough, and strange clements. We...

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The New Yards Brewery Review

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The New Yards Brewery Review

Yards Brewing Co is one of the oldest and original breweries in the Philadelphia area. They started in Manyunk, later expanded to South Philly, and eventually ended up at their new space at 500 Spring Garden St. Since moving to their new location, the Yards brewery has expanded their seating, offered a full food menu, and firmly rooted themselves as one of the top breweries in the Philadelphia region. Outside of the new Yards brewery at 500 Spring Garden. This is the new Yards brewery… Unlike the old location which was in front of Sugar...

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5 Best Breweries in Philadelphia in 2019 – Award Winning

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5 Best Breweries in Philadelphia in 2019 – Award Winning

Whether you are a local Philly beer drinker, or someone planning a visit from out of town, Philadelphia has plenty of options to choose from. Take it from me, as it took me several years to visit them all. Below, we are going to list our top 5 breweries in Philadelphia which are judged on selection, quality, creativity, and atmosphere. #1 Tired Hands Brewing Tired Hands Brewing, located in Ardmore, PA, is well known for many things. Their most known though for their wildly popular “milkshake” series of beers. Basically, they get...

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Forest and Main Brewing

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Forest and Main Brewing

Located in the heart of Ambler, Pennsylvania, Forest and Main Brewing Co is by far one of the best breweries in PA. I say this not only because I live just minutes down the road, but more importantly because of their beer selection, fine farm to table offerings, live entertainment, and incredible customer service. For those that don’t know, this brew pub was started by two longtime friends who ended up converting this 19th century home located in the borough to an interesting brewery. Philly Brew Review Declares Forest and Main as One...

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Scrambled Pron – Free Will Brewing (Review)

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Scrambled Pron – Free Will Brewing (Review)

Scrambled Pron by Free Will Brewing is one of their latest and greatest IPA’s. Priced at $15 for a 4 pack, this is available at both their Perkasie and Peddlar’s Village locations. Personally, it comes as no surprise but read below and I will explain in detail. This particular beer is not as it seems. It’s labeled as a NEIPA that is aged with pink guava, apricot, peach, vanilla, and lactose sugar. Because of the description, many drinkers are expecting a sweet and fruity IPA similar to that of the wildly popular milkshake...

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You’re All I Need – Interboro Spirit & Ales (Review)

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You’re All I Need – Interboro Spirit & Ales (Review)

“You’re All I need (El Dorado)” by Interboro Spirit and Ales is a version of the widely popular You’re All I Need series where only one hop is used in this double IPA. Unlike most breweries that use multiple hops at different stages in the boil and dry hopping stages, Interboro has chosen to test a single hop series and so far it has been a smashing success. Bursting with juicy stone fruit and tropical notes, this beauty is a crowd pleaser for sure. In addition, the simple grain bill allows the rarely used Ed Dorado...

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