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  • January Calendar of beer testing events around the world in January 2014
  • February Calendar of beer testing events around the world in February 2014
  • March Calendar of beer testing events around the world in March 2014
  • April Calendar of beer testing events around the world in April 2014
  • May Calendar of beer testing events around the world in May 2014
  • June Calendar of beer testing events around the world in June 2014
  • July Calendar of beer testing events around the world in July 2014
  • August Calendar of beer testing events around the world in August 2014
  • September Calendar of beer testing events around the world in September 2014
  • October Calendar of beer testing events around the world in October 2014
  • November Calendar of beer tasting events around the world in November 2014
  • December Calendar of beer testing events around the world in December 2014
  • Beer Weeks The Beer Festival Calendar's comprehensive listing of Beer Week celebrations.
  • Beer Traveller Series Archive of beer traveling columns
    • Alaska Barley Wine Festival A visit to Alaska's Barley wine Festival in January.
    • Ann Arbor '05 Living in Michigan, I don't have to travel far to find good beer. Here's why.
    • Austin In America's live music capital, finding good beer was the least of my problems.
    • Ballpark Beer Beer is one of baseball's oldest traditions, and ball parks are serving great local beer.
    • Baltimore Baltimore's nick name, Charm City, is a fitting description of the welcome mat at many pubs, and corner taverns.
    • Bamberg '05 History, culture, and smoky Rauschbier--not necessarily in that order lured me to Bamberg, Germany.
    • Bamberg The breweries and traditions of Bamberg, Germany.
    • Barleywine in Alaska A visit to Alaska's Barleywine Festival.
    • Belgian-Style Discover Belgian-style beers brewed right here in America.
    • Beer Bars A visit to America's best beer bars.
    • Beer and Baseball Beer and baseball go hand in hand. Find out why.
    • Beer and Baseball Tour A two week tour of the Midwest featuring beer and baseball.
    • Beer Festivals The best way to get acquainted with great beer is to attend a beer festival.
    • The Big Island Craft beer on the Big Island.
    • Brewery Tours Take a brewery tour: London, Amsterdam, Denver
    • Britain's Real Ale Information about "Real Ales" or beer served after being cask conditioned.
    • Brussels Discovering the world of Belgian beer in Brussels.
    • Burton-upon-Trent A visit to the Brewery Museum in Burton-upon-Trent, the historic home of Bass Ale.
    • Central Europe The Beer Travelers visit three Central European cities: Prague, Salzburg and Munich.
    • Chicago Chicago may be known for its cold, but it's home to many interesting places to enjoy a cold one.
    • Cleveland There's more to see in northern Ohio than the turnpike and toll booths.
    • College Towns Don't dismiss college towns as macrobrew mania. they're home to some of America's best craft breweries.
    • Cologne Cologne, Germany is the home of kolsch beer, a distinctive, light, refreshing style.
    • Denver LoDo Great beer abounds in the shadow of Coors Field, in Denver's Lodo district.
    • Denver A beer tour of Denver's LoDo district.
    • Dusseldorf A sotry about altbier - history and description.
    • Epic Road Trip, Part I Heading to the GABF along I-80.
    • Epic Road Trip, Part II A return trip from the GABF across America's heartland.
    • F.X. Matt Brewing History and beers of F.X. Matt Brewing Company
    • Festival Tips Survival guide for attending a beer festival.
    • Fort Collins Drinking great beer in Fort Collins, CO
    • Greatest American Cities For All ABout Beer magazine's 25th anniversary, I shared my top 25 American beer cities with readers.
    • Hawaii There's good local beer in the Hawaiian Islands, if you know where to look.
    • Heineken Experience The Heineken Eceperience in Amsterdam
    • Hofbrauhaus - KY Visit the Hofbrauhau in Covington, Ky.
    • Honolulu Beer travelling in Honolulu, HI
    • London Pubs Discussion of pubs in London, England.
    • Madrid A trip to Madrid's lovely beer bars.
    • Mendocino A look back at New Albion Brewing.
    • Milwaukee A visit to America's German brewing roots and tradition.
    • Montreal '08 Montreal is a city filled with culture, history, great food and beer worth traveling to sample.
    • Montreal Montreal is many things: culture, atmosphere, and great food and drink.
    • Munich Beergardens Enjoy a refreshing beer in one of Munich's beer gardens.
    • Munich in Four Seasons Munich is city where you can drink beer in every season.
    • Munich Strong Beer A visit to starkbierzeit, Munich's strong beer festival.
    • Napa & Sonoma, CA Enjoying microbrew in California's wine country.
    • New Jersey A return to our roots in New Jersey and a quest for good beer.
    • North Carolina A Beer Travelers visit to North Carolina --- deep inside ACC country.
    • Off the Beaten Path VIsit some the world's unusual places to drink beer.
    • Oktoberfest in Your Backyard Visit an Oktoberfest celebration near your home this year.
    • Ontario '05 The official Ontario Ale Trail is no more, but you can blaze your own trail between Windsor and Toronto.
    • Ontario - Part I Ontario, canada, Ale Trail, breweries, visit, ale, craft beer, beer
    • Ontario - Part 2 Touring Ontario's breweries along the Ale Trail.
    • Paris Did you know that the french term brasserie means brewery? There aren't many brew kettles in Paris, but it is possible for a beer drinker to be happy.
    • Pennsylvania Pennsylvania brew tour.
    • Philadelphia Rich in history, Philadelphia has revived its tradition of good beer and friendly taverns.
    • Pittsburgh Three Rivers, the Steel Curtain, "Da Bus," and some championship beer.
    • Portland, OR 2009 The Beer Travelers visit Portland, OR - the first of two parts.
    • Portland, OR 2009 Part 2 The Beer Travelers visit Portland, OR part two.
    • Portland, ME America's" other Portland," the one in Maine, is a beer Mecca in its own right.
    • Prague Enjoying a beer with the locals in Prague.
    • Random Walk Down Memory Lane Beer Travelers' last column with a list of traveling high lights.
    • Rehoboth Beach In a quiet Delaware shore town a quiet reveolution in brewing is growing. Meet Dogfish Head Craft Brewery and owner Sam Calagione.
    • St. Louis The Beer Travelers visit St. Louis' finest establishments including Schlafly, Square One, The Stable, and Anheuser-Busch.
    • Salzburg Visiting Mozart;s home town and raise a toast with local beer.
    • San Diego San Diego hasmore than great weather. It's breweries produce great craft beer too.
    • San Francisco Beer Travelers return to a favorite destination: San Frncisco.
    • Seattle Interesting places to quaff beer in Seattle's Freemont neighborhood.
    • Silly Beer Laws Silly Beer Laws in the US.
    • Time in a Bottle A trip down memory lane to beer drinking in 1979.
    • Toledo, OH Maumee Bay Brewing in Toledo, Ohio has quite a story to tell --- everything from ghosts to famous memorabilia.
    • Toronto A Toronto pub tour on a beautiful summer afternoon.
    • U Flecku - Prague Visit u Flecku in Prague, Europe's Second Most Famous Beer Hall.
    • Upper Peninsula of MI A visit to Michigan's Upper Peninsula provides a peak of heaven and nectar from the gods.
    • Vermont A tour of Vemont's craft breweries.
    • Victoria Visit the place where Canada's Real Ale revolution began, Victoria, BC.
    • Washington, DC In this inaurgural year, it seems approriate to hoist a cold one to our founding fathers.
    • Western Michigan The west coast of Michigan is home to half of Michigan's 70 plus breweries.
    • Year of the Beer Festival Make This the Year of the Beer Festival
  • Good Beer Books Reviews of good beer books.
    • Ambitious Brew A review of Ambitious Brew: The Story of American Beer, by Maureen Ogle.
    • Beer Blast A review of Beer Blast: The Inside Story of the Brewing Industry's Bizarre Battles for Your Money, by Philip Van Munching.
    • Beer in America A review of Beer in America: The Early Years, 1587-1840: Beer's Role in the Settling of America and the Birth of a Nation, by Gregg Smith
    • Beer Guide to Munich A review of The Beer Drinker's Guide to Munich, by Larry Hawthorne.
    • Beer Lover's Guide USA A review of The Beer Lover's Guide to the USA: Brewpubs, Taverns, and Good Beer Bars", by Stan Hieronymus and Daria Labinsky.
    • Brew Like a Monk a review of Brew Like a Monk: Trappist, Abbey, and Strong Belgian Ales and How to Brew Them, by Stan Hieronymus.
    • Brewed in Detoit a review of Brewed in Detroit: Breweries and Beers Since 1830, by Peter H. Blum.
    • Brewing Up a Business A review of Brewing Up an Business: Adventures in Entrepreneurship From the Founder of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, by Sam Calagione
    • Citizen Coors A review of Citizen Coors: An American Dynasty, by Dan Baum.
    • Froth! A review of Froth! The Science of Beer written by Mark Denny.
    • Great American Beer Guide A review of Great American Beers: 50 Brands that Shaped the Twentieth Century, by Christopher B. O'Hara.
    • Great Canadian Beer Guide A review of The Great Canadian Beer Guide, Second Edition, by Stephen Beaumont.
    • Indiana, One Pint at a Time Book Review - Indiana, One Pint at a Time by Douglas Wissing
    • Microbrewed Adventures A book review of Microbrewed Adventures by Chalie Papazian
    • Perfect Pint A review of Bill Yenne's Guiness: The 250-Year Quest for the Perfect Pint.
    • Prost A review of Prost!: The Story of German Beer, by Horst Dornbusch.
    • Red, White, and Brew A review of Red, White, and Brew: An American Beer Odyssey, by Brian Yaeger.
    • Sacred & Herbal Healing A review of Sacred and Herbal Healing Beers: The Secrets of Ancient Fermentation, by Stephen Harrod Buhner.
    • Secret Life of Beer A review of The Secret Life of Beer, by Alan Eames
    • Three Sheets to the Wind Book Review - Three Sheets to the Wind by Pete Brown
    • Travels with Barley A review of Travels With Barley: A Journey Through Beer Culture in America, by Ken Wells
    • Under the Influence A review of Under the Influence: The Unauthorized Story of the Anheuser-Busch Dynasty, by Peter Hernon and Terry Gainey.
    • Yuengling: A History A review of Yuengling: A History of America's Oldest Brewery by Mark Noon