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Andrew Kulp
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#SamAdams, this is how a real craft brewery does business.
 
We brewed 120 beers in 2014. That's not a typo! Take a look back at all of them as well as our big year in #craftbeer on THE STONE BLOG - http://blog.stonebrewing.com/index.php/stonebrewing2014/ 
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YOU... SHALL NOT... PAY!!!
The Lord of the Rings trilogy released in the early 2000s remains a testament to the way films can make worlds come alive right before your eyes. J.R.R. To... by Bertel King, Jr. in Deals, News
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Some "scary" beers from a 6-pack of a homebrew club member's stash of beer. Bought and stored in 1992! The Oranjeboom was pretty good, but the rest lived up to their scary title! 
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I removed this post from Brew Nerds because it doesn't actually contain anything about home brew.  While I really appreciate old beer, please keep posts in Brew Nerds on topic.
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A very interesting perspective on the future of the current craft beer scene!
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But as long  as local beer is still of high quality, then I don't see any problems. Perhaps I'm spoiled being in my current market, though...
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What a wonderfully enlightening sentiment!
 
Carl Sagan called it the Pale Blue Dot, but it's so much more than that.
The image above is a processed color image of Earth from Saturn. As Carl Sagan once wrote, “That’s here. That’s home. That’s us.” The view of Earth as a pale blue dot demonstrates the rarity of our world, and the fragility of our lives. It is easy to feel small and...
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I'd be pissed off this happened with my wedding! The President's golf game can wait! It's become ridiculous how the POTUS has been put on a pedestal. He's serving for the US not the other way around! 
An unusual RSVP from the commander in chief leads to an unforgettable moment for Army newlyweds.
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I almost couldn't believe it when I read that article earlier today. What a disgrace. 
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An awesome meme for an awesome quote!
 
Neil DeGrasse Tyson. @neiltyson.
Imagine a world in which we are all enlightened by objective truths rather than offended by them.
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My Chromecast has been acting up lately. When casting from a mobile device via supported apps (Netflix, YouTube, etc.) the Chromecast appears to lose connection with the TV, intermittently. The screen goes black for a split second, comes back and the TV acts as if it just connected (displays the resolution and such). It does this nonstop, but at random intervals, and sometimes in between these disconnects movement on the video appears to stutter. Sometimes rebooting fixes the problem for a while, but often nothing seems to fix it. Has anyone had any similar experiences? I have tried switching HDMI inputs, but the same thing occurs, and no other connected devices have even remotely similar problems. Any thoughts? 
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From the Chromecast mobile setup app > Open the Chromecast app >Select the setting button in the top right-hand corner > Select Send Feedback.
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Contact Google's Chromecast Support.
https://support.google.com/googleplay/table/6068053?rd=2

Be ready to provide your TV, Router and Casting device; Brands and Model Numbers.
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Some interesting science, but this is a prime reason to keep your beer well sealed during fermentation, unless you're intentionally making wild beer. If the flies are meant to spread yeast, then it stands to reason that they're carrying multiple strains of wild yeast when the visit your beer batch. 
The telltale aroma of beer first evolved, not to tempt thirsty people, but to attract fruit flies. Continue reading →
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Put some apple cider vinegar in a glass with a drop of dish soap. Makes a great trap.
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I've been brewing 5 gallon all grain batches for over a year (over 20 batches brewed) but I want to get more variety without brewing so much volume. What's the best method for brewing 1-2 gallon all grain batches? The pot and cooler mash-lauter tun method doesn't really seem to lend it's self with the dead space losses in the cooler. 
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+1 BIAB - easy peasy
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A tip for all you beer fans!
 
The Kindle version of this 200 page title on cooking with craft beer has dropped to… free.  It’s also available in paperback and hardcover. Kindle Edition books can be viewed on your Kindle Device or on free reader applications available for your iPhone,…
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Got mine, thanks for the pointer!
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"Instead, we let those small-minded human traits flourish. We’ve let politics, greed, bureaucracy, and short-sightedness rule our actions, and we’ve let them trap us here on the surface of our planet."
 
"Venturing into space is not just something we can do. It’s something we must do."

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45 years ago today — and for the first time in human history — human beings set foot upon another world. It was one of the proudest moments in America’s history, arguably the proudest. Despite being initially motivated by small-minded territoriality, it ironically brought our planet together, with people all over...
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    Quality Assurance Engineer II, 10 - present
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I've been here many times. Great food, great beer, and great service! I'm excited to try their new Manor Hill line of beers!
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Spectacular beer selection and gourmet level burgers and fries at decent price!
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I stopped here for lunch while in the area for work. The outside is very unassuming, but the food is delicious and the staff is friendly and polite.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Delicious! Huge, flavorful omlettes, great home fries, and friendly service! Much recommended!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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My fiance and I went here on a date night. The beer was delicious and the food was very good. We also had a very attentive and knowledgeable server. I would not recommend the crab and shrimp macaroni and cheese, though. It tasted find, but it was made with penne and had a cream based cheese sauce that one does not usually expect of mac & cheese
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Good food, better than average beer, decent service. The bar area looks nice, and I would like to come back for some live music.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Wonderful selection of beer to take out and always a great selection of draft beers to enjoy while you figure out what to take home.
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