Author: Jim Beauregard

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The first of the big end of the year holidays is just around the corner, when we will all be getting together over turkey and... [Read More]
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So, last week marked a little change of pace, as we took a look at the world of spirits. This week, we are back to... [Read More]
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We are, in a manner of speaking, between things at the moment. Autumn has not quite officially arrived — that happens Friday — but we... [Read More]
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School has started, the warm days of summer appear largely past, and it's time to start looking toward fall. The Boston Brewery, otherwise known as... [Read More]
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I have been on a Belgian kick for a few weeks now, and I thought I would wrap it up today with a few odds... [Read More]
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I have been writing a bit about Belgian ales recently and when one is searching for craft beers in general, and Belgian ales in particular,... [Read More]
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I spotted a beer at the grocery store that I've had and liked before, but not written about in quite some time, so thought it... [Read More]
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This just in: Sam Adams has just released the American Dream Collaboration Pack of beers. It was accomplished by teaming up with five craft breweries... [Read More]
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There are a number of Italian wines that rank in the first class on an ongoing basis, world-class wines consistently sought for their excellence and... [Read More]
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Last week we looked at a white grape and a dessert wine, so today I want to turn to something a bit heavier — a... [Read More]
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Last week, you may recall, I presented you a beer from Unibroue in Canada. Since I had Canada on my mind, on a recent trip... [Read More]
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Unibroue, a brewery located in Chambly, Quebec, has been producing great ales for some years now, and all of them are worth exploring. [Read More]
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Saw them on the shelves, and had to tell you about them. Credence Clearwater Revival's tune notwithstanding, Lodi may not be a name as familiar... [Read More]
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