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August 1st, 2021
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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Some beer runs are so momentous — so essential — they deserve their own special holiday.
American craft beers find their way into Japanese and Korean restaurants.
Hit hard by the pandemic, breweries across the country are nonetheless finding ways to give back to their local communities.
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