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Magic Hat #9

A light, slightly dry “not-quite-pale” ale with a fruity finish and a 5.1 alcohol content rating. Advertisements

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Auchentoshan Wiskey

Auchentoshan is a Scottish whiskey distillery that holds an annual festival that draws around 3000 connoisseurs from around the world every year. This year the festival will include whiskey tastings, live music and cooking classes.

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BeerWare: The Tulip Glass

This type of glass is shaped like a tulip if you haven’t already guessed so much. They typically are used for stronger IPAs and Scotch ales. Some of the fancier ones have gold rims around them – but who cares … Continue reading

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BeerWare: Weizen Glass

Weizen is the German for the word wheat, which is why these glasses are intended for wheat beer… Continue reading

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BeerWare: The Oversized Wine Glass

The first time i received a beer in one of these glasses I felt a bit effeminate. After a recent trip to Belgium I have to admit that I’ve actually began to enjoy drinking from them. Perfect for the Belgian … Continue reading

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BeerWare: The Mug

The beer mug is one of the most sacred boozing vessels. Men feel like giants as they swig from this large heavy glasses… Continue reading

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BeerWare: The Goblet

The Goblet is a large round piece of glassware, best used to serve heavier typically European brewed beers. Belgian IPAs, tripels, and quadrupels and all great candidates to fill these cups. Make sure the beer crashed into the very bottom … Continue reading

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