BeerAdvocate magazine #107 (December 2015)

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  1. Rebecca

    Rebecca Aspirant (225) Jun 28, 2012 Maryland

    On the Cover:
    Jakob Cirell of From the Ground Brewing in Red Hook lets local ingredients inspire his beers. Read more on page 48. Photo by Matt Coats.

    Subscribe: http://www.beeradvocate.com/mag/

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    Inside:

    Beer Smack by Jason & Todd Alström
    What We Learned From 2015

    Beer News

    Innovation by Lisa Morrison
    TagaBrew

    Shelf Talker by Courtney Cox
    The Best Beer in the World: One Man’s Global Search for the Perfect Pint by Mark Dredge

    Label Approval by Courtney Cox
    Ghost Pigeon Porter from New England Brewing

    Tech Talk by Robey Martin
    Tiny Bubbles: Brewers Hope Nitro Beers Will Be a Hit

    The Business of Beer by Robert Dickinson
    Bean to Beer Brewers and Chocolate Makers Join Together in Pursuit of Flavor

    Unfiltered by Andy Crouch; illustration by Chi-Yun Lau
    Dizzying Prospects

    Fermented Culture by Ron Pattinson
    Dutch Oud Bruin

    BYOB by Drew Beechum; illustration by Ellen Crenshaw
    The Death of an Interestingly Potable Ale

    Cuisine à la Bière recipes by Sean Z. Paxton
    Holiday Beer Fudge

    Kindred Spirits (recipe by by Dan Peach, owner and bartender The Summit, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
    Just The Facts

    Table Mates (pairings by Jonathan Bender, author of Cookies & Beer)
    Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Barkeep by Austin L. Ray; photos by Dave Bruffy
    Iron Horse Tavern in Morgantown, West Virginia

    9 Steps to Beerdom by Paul M. McMorrow
    Ben Low, Director of Brewing Operations, Baxter Brewing Company

    From the Source by Brian Spencer
    Wild Beer Company

    Beer Destinations by Erica Sweeney; illustration by Sam Brewster
    Little Rock, Arkansas

    Feature by Justin Kennedy; photos by Matt Coats
    The New Primitives: In the Hudson Valley, Young Brewers Envision a Simple Future for New York Beer

    Feature by Matt Kettmann
    Appellation Ales: Sipping on the Frontlines of America’s Hybrid Revolution

    Beer Reviews by Jason & Todd Alström

    Last Call (interview by Courtney Cox)
    Kurt Widmer Co-founder, Widmer Brothers Brewing

    For more BeerAdvocate magazine: http://www.beeradvocate.com/mag/

    As always ... thanks for reading!

    Cheers!
     
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  2. TavernonThird

    TavernonThird Initiate (0) Nov 2, 2015 New York

    Well nice we all ready to cheer up.
     
  3. HopBelT

    HopBelT Meyvn (1,179) Mar 18, 2014 Belgium
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    'Dutch Oud Bruin' ???? It's 'FLEMISH Oud Bruin' !!!
     
  4. Keene

    Keene Editorial Director (864) Sep 11, 2009 Washington
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    I would encourage you to give this issue a read. @patto1ro's articles are full of surprising history.
     
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  5. HopBelT

    HopBelT Meyvn (1,179) Mar 18, 2014 Belgium
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    I will read it, the moment the mag arrives.
     
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  6. patto1ro

    patto1ro Zealot (517) Apr 26, 2004 Netherlands

    You've proved my point in writing the article. It's a style no-one has heard of outside Holland.
     
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  7. HopBelT

    HopBelT Meyvn (1,179) Mar 18, 2014 Belgium
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    I haven't read the article yet, and it will take a while untill it gets in the mail here in Belgium.
    I always thought 'Oud Bruin' was a style in Flanders, Belgium. So now it seems there's a 'Dutch Oud Bruin' which is a different beer style from 'Flanders Oud Bruin'. West-Flemish is sour (red-brown ale) and East-Flemish is sweeter (brown ale). Can't wait to read the article !
     
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  8. patto1ro

    patto1ro Zealot (517) Apr 26, 2004 Netherlands

    Dutch Oud Bruin is a very differnt beast.
     
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