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Pastry Stouts are sweet, rich, over-the-top dark beers loaded with high adjuncts and flavored to taste like liquid cakes, pie, cookies, and candy bars. It is an unofficial sub-style of imperial stout which showcases ingredients that are more commonly found in a bakery than a

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A stout is one of the most clearly distinguishable beer styles on the planet. The dark, creamy beer style that we know as a Stout today, is nothing but a Strong Porter. The word stout was to convey that the beers were strong. The first documented

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In the mid-seventeenth century, an industrial revolution began in England. The revolution proved to be a catalyst for new growth and development in London. People of the working class had flooded into the city to make their fortunes. As we all know, hard work makes

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February may be the shortest month of the year. Still, it sure gives us plenty of reasons to celebrate. For lovers, for instance, there’s Valentine’s Day that calls for experiences sprinkled with rose petals and dripping with chocolate. For beer lovers in the west, on the

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Porters are a dark beer named after working-class port workers (also called Porters) that considered this drink a part of their daily lives. The Eighteenth-century British working-class preferred this dark ale after a hard day’s work. When the people in the Baltic region discovered this

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Ben Johnson Owner, INOX Brewery Consulting As I write this article, I find myself sitting at a beer bar in Brooklyn, NY, staring at 25 taps of various amazing craft beers. There are absurdly hoppy American west coast IPAs, cloudy and soft East Coast IPAs, American sours,

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