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Since we tried a Belgian-style Scotch ale from the U.S. last week, I thought it might be fun to just... Read more »
Getting along with the opposite sex on the golf course is easy if you follow these simple tips....
One of Alan Shapiro’s first jobs in the beer industry, other than working in a liquor store while attending Boston... Read more »
Dick Mack’s Pub, in Dingle, County Kerry, Republic of Ireland, is across the narrow street from St. Mary’s church. The... Read more »
Wide awake in St. Andrews, the home of golf, jet-lagged and probably a bit too much Jigger Ale. Also, the... Read more »
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(July 5, 2010) With no fireworks at hand yesterday, I lit off a cherry bomb of a beer to celebrate... Read more »
[June 28, 2010]–Faro is one of the more obscure beer styles of the world, but this version from the Lindemans... Read more »
That’s me (I’m the one in the hat) holding a cutthroat trout that I caught two days ago in one... Read more »
With all incumbent pomp and circumstance, in June’s “A List” the writers of The A Position test their faculties with... Read more »
It’s the first day of summer, so what could be more appropriate than a summer ale, albeit one that first... Read more »
Over the last twenty-five years I have played in something like 20-25 golf tournaments a year. That adds up to... Read more »
At the prestigious Main Line Philadelphia club Aronomink, a $12.5 million project was undertaken and completed some five years ago.... Read more »
His design of the recently built clubhouse at Gardiner’s Bay Country Club, according to architect Dennis Wedlick, “involves a tension... Read more »
First off, I have to say congratulations to famed professional poker player Phil “The Unabomber” Laak. Now I have to... Read more »