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ACT Today! Invites the Community to Support Military Children with Autism by Registering for the ONEHOPE ATMF 5k/10k Run/Walk and Family Festival

(PRWEB) March 05, 2013 In honor of Autism Awareness Month and the Month of the Military Child, ACT Today! (Autism Care and Treatment Today!) will host their 3rd Annual ONEHOPE ACT Today! For Military Families (ATMF) 5k/10k Run/Walk and Family Festival. This event will provide fun for the entire San Diego community while raising funds […]

I am starting my first batch of home brew beer today an tips are appreciated.?

Question by DBrooks: I am starting my first batch of home brew beer today an tips are appreciated.? I have cleaned all my equipment and before I start I am going to sanitize. Also I have a secondary carboy is it really beneficial to transfer to a secondary after 4-5 days? I am fermenting in […]

DS Homebrew: FlashCart Helper v0.5.6

Need help with your FlashCarts? Then ron975’s got your back, thanks to his homebrewed utility, Flashcart Helper. Just a few days back, he came out with v0.5, and today, he amps it up by bringing it to version 0.5.6.     Basically, if this is your first time encountering the FlashCart Helper, what it does […]

Saint Arnold Santo release delayed

Saint Arnold Santo release delayed HOUSTON, August 23, 2011 – Saint Arnold Brewing Company (, the oldest craft brewery in Texas, today announced it will delay the release of its newest beer, Santo. The scheduled release date was September 1, 2011. … Read more on San Antonio Express (blog) Harbingers of fall … the lederhosen […]

Go Breck or Go Home – Hooch, Homebrew & Pedicabs at 9603 Feet

Breckenridge, CO – With a rich and full history that includes brothels and saloons, Breck’s indie dining spirit spilled over and into a pint glass with the arrival of the Breckenridge Brewery. From coveted home-brewed creations in the 1980s, to 30,000 barrels of fresh beer annually today, the Breckenridge Brewery has come a long way […]

Saving The Bar: Rfid And Beer Kegs

Overview The humble beer keg. A single keg is a staple for small events, such as fraternity parties, football tailgating and backyard barbeques, for decades. Bars and restaurants keep numerous kegs on hand to cater for their customers and in turn beer distributors manage significant inventories of kegs to service their customers. However, this simple […]

Latest Brew Pub News

Minneapolis, St. Paul compete for Surly brewery Surly Brewing Co. 's proposed brewpub could still be a ways off, but Minneapolis and St. Paul are both vying to win the business. Later today, a Minneapolis City Council committee will consider a proposal for an ordinance that will allow breweries to … Read more on Minneapolis […]

Brewing KB Surpases 300 Members

Inver Grove Heights, MN (PRWEB) October 19, 2006 Brewing KB ( announced today that they have reached over 300 members in their online home brewing community. This comes just two months after they officially launched and just two weeks after they opened up registrations to the general public. Mark Daoust, founder and moderator of […]

Dead Elm Amber Ale low yield

I bottled my second (ever) batch of beer today, my Dead Elm Amber Ale (Brewers Best American Amber with White Labs California Ale yeast.) After a 3-week primary the clarity and flavor was very good. I siphoned to the bottling bucket and bottled away. What the???? Only 44 bottles this time, I thought my yield […]

Indian Pale Ale Now In New York

“India Pale Ale” was first brewed in England in the 18th century, when the British were in India. English troops stationed in India were not able to get traditional English pale ales. Due to the long sea journey these ales would get spoiled by the time they reached India. So as you might have heard […]