While it's making its way to mailboxes and select locations, check out a preview of BeerAdvocate magazine #110 (March 2016). On the Cover: Untangling the history of Britain's best-known hop varieties, Goldings and Fuggles. Read more on pg. 48. Illustration by Kyle Smart. Subscribe: http://www.beeradvocate.com/mag/ Inside: Beer Smack by Jason & Todd Alström Save These Dates! Beer News Innovation by Lisa Morrison Getting Fresh Shelf Talker by Courtney Cox Beer for All Seasons: A Through-the-Year Guide to What to Drink and When to Drink It by Randy Mosher Label Approval by Courtney Cox Nathalius: Omnipollo The Business of Beer by Brian Yaeger Salt Gose Pop: Brewers Experiment with a Common Seasoning Beer Without Borders by Jason Patinkin Spoiled by War: South Sudan Loses its First and Only Brewery Unfiltered by Andy Crouch; illustration by Chi-Yun Lau Names and Labels Fermented Culture by Ron Pattinson International Collaboration in the 19th Century BYOB by Drew Beechum; illustration by Ellen Crenshaw Controlling Wild Fire Cuisine à la Bière recipes by Sean Z. Paxton Mediterranean Feast Kindred Spirits (recipe by Brandon Ristaino, Owner & Thomas Wolsely, Beverage Director The Good Lion, Santa Barbara, California) Brass Monkey Table Mates (pairings by Chef and co-owner Christopher D. Gould of Central Provisions in Portland, Maine) Smoked Carrots Barkeep by Austin L. Ray; photos by Scott Drickey Krug Park in Omaha, Nebraska 9 Steps to Beerdom by Paul M. McMorrow Trevor Williams, Co-founder and brewer, Hoof Hearted Brewing From the Source by Kristen Pope Grand Teton Brewing Beer Destinations by Kate Robinson; illustration by Sam Brewster Paris, France Feature by Martyn Cornell; illustrations by Kyle Smart Finding Mr. Fuggle: The Largely Mysterious History of England's Two Greatest Hop Varieties Feature by Sarah Bennet Wholesale Wars: The Battle for the Future of Beer Distribution Beer Reviews by Jason & Todd Alström Last Call (interview by Courtney Cox) Steve Hamburg, Cellarman, Chicago Beer Society’s Day of the Living Ales For more BeerAdvocate magazine: http://www.beeradvocate.com/mag/ As always ... thanks for reading! Cheers!