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Summer 2019, Issue 43

Summer 2019, Issue 43

In this, our Summer Issue #43, we bring you a variety of engaging topics, starting with Jessica Zimmer delving into the sticky-icky-icky topic of cannabis in beverages with Cannabis in Beverages: A Definitive Guide.

Then, we bring you a variety of best-of lists – leading off with The World’s 15 Rarest Beer for Collectors by KC Morgan. These extremely rare releases may have only been available once and are some of the most sought-after beers among traders and connoisseurs.

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May/June 2019, Issue 42

May/June 2019, Issue 42

It’s that time again! We have all the brew that’s fit to drink in Issue 42, including our headlining story: Our Top 104 Beers of All Time. This list spans the history of our publication and features a whopping tally of 104 beers that were bestowed with a “World Class” rating of 96 or above by our judges.

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The Beer Connoisseur Announces Top-Rated Beer and Breweries of 2018

The Beer Connoisseur magazine published its Winter 2019, 40th edition, titled The Beer in Review last Monday, January 7. Each year the winter edition acknowledges the best beer from the year as judged in the publication's Official Review and awards the breweries that received the collective highest scores throughout the year.

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Holiday 2018, Issue 39

Holiday 2018, Issue 39

The holidays will soon be upon us, which means it's time for a new issue of The Beer Connoisseur.

A sumptuous beer feast awaits you in our Holiday Issue #39, starting with Owen Ogletree, an expert on the subject of cask ale and real ale, who gives readers a sterling definition of one of the U.K.’s most important beer exports in What is Real Ale?

After that Jessica Zimmer, making her writing debut for The Beer Connoisseur, provides the definition of the wondrous world of gypsy and contract brewing in Gypsy Brewing and Contract Brewing Defined.

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Winter 2018, Issue 34 Has Arrived!

Winter 2018, Issue 34 Has Arrived!

A new year is upon us, and with it come the sweeping changes we so quickly attempt to inject into our everyday lives. While New Year’s Resolutions are a dime a dozen, craft beers certainly fetch a prettier penny, and this issue of The Beer Connoisseur is stuffed with all the brew that’s fit to drink.

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Holiday 2017, Issue 33 Has Arrived!

Holiday 2017, Issue 33 Has Arrived!

As things start to cool down, beers come to life. They grow bigger, bolder, more warming and charming. Their hues skew deeper, with the green of summer hops giving way to the rich browns and blacks of malty brews.

It's an exciting time of year for the beer drinker -- some would argue it's the most justifiable, and therefore most guilt free season to imbibe. We're certainly not complaining.

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Fall 2017, Issue 32 Has Arrived!

Fall 2017, Issue 32 Has Arrived!

Read Issue 32

In the wake of recent natural disasters, a couple things have become apparent. For one, these trials are a chance for everyone to set aside certain differences and squabbles and come together. Second, beyond the essentials – food, water, shelter, electricity – beer is one of the most important things required to ride out a storm. Reading material helps too.

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PROHIBITION ENDS AT LAST!

PROHIBITION ENDS AT LAST!

Today on Monday, December 5, America celebrates the 83rd anniversary of the ratification of the 21st Amendment to the United States Constitution, which repealed Prohibition and established today’s effective system of state-based alcohol regulation. On December 5, 1933, Prohibition ended in the United States when 36 states (a three-fourths majority of the then 48 states) ratified the 21st Amendment to the United States Constitution.

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Beer 101: The Fundamental Steps of Brewing

Beer 101: The Fundamental Steps of Brewing

The process of brewing beer is like a foreign language to many, but if craft beers fans want to truly appreciate the delicious drink in front of them, a basic understanding of the fundamental steps of brewing can be beneficial when imbibing delectable craft brews. 


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Fall 2015, Issue 20

Fall 2015, Issue 20

In this issue we hit all corners of the globe, traveling to Bolivia, where Martin Thibault will teach you about the little-known art of brewing chicha, before chatting with Gabe Fletcher of Anchorage Brewing, who brews some of the best Bretts in the West. Owen Ogletree breaks down Belgian Golden Strong Ales and Fruit Beers in Style Studies, and from there we march up to the U.K. for some transcontinental brewing collaborations.

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