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March 2nd, 2024
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Bière de garde is a malty style of beer that is undiscovered to many. Translated to "beer for keeping," the style was traditionally brewed in Northern France and is known for its malt-focused, toasty taste, and slight sweetness.
Smoothie sours are attracting a whole new audience of beer drinkers that otherwise would not make their way into a brewery.
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When I walked into Aftershock Brewery in my hometown of Temecula, Calif., for trivia, I instantly felt at home. I don’t know how to describe it other than feeling like blocks had been placed into the right-shaped holes.
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The Brewers Association Mentorship Program has successfully finished four cohorts. Selected participants complete a 12-week program with mentors from various parts of the industry.
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