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October 27th, 2021
If you want to know who Averie Swanson is, read her beer labels. “I Am Because We Are.” “The Grace of Maybe.” “At the Still Point of the Turning World.” They point toward a philosophy that has guided her through nearly a decade in mixed-culture fermentation. Her newest venture, Keeping Together, isn’t just her brewery’s […]
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My parents didn’t drink much when I was growing up. Any alcohol that was in the house was hidden—hard stuff like vodka and tequila lived in a rarely opened cabinet in an armoire in the dining room, and what beer we had was stashed away in a second refrigerator in the garage. For years, the […]
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Yeast is all around us. Its spores are floating on dust particles in the air, and yeast even lives on our skin, invisible to the naked eye. Yet hops get all the attention—all the fame, puns and glory while yeast does almost all the work.
SoCal Cerveceros, a club that started with seven amateur Latino homebrewers in a car port has developed into a full-fledged army of diverse, talented brewing specialists looking to influence the craft beer scene for years to come.
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