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By Dan Clarke Add a book review section to an online magazine and you’ll get pitches on behalf of a lot of stuff you wouldn’t want to read, let alone write about. 
Beating Microbes Takes Time and Patience.
Tariffs and bubbles; roiling the beer market
Brewers Boast Better Beards
TASTE News Service, April 14, 2020 — The Brewers Association (BA)—the trade association representing small and independent American craft brewers—today released annual growth figures for the U.S. craft brewing industry.
A Brewery Fermentation and Herd Immunity Porton Down! When I read those words my chest tightened, my heart beat a little faster, breath came in a rush and I broke a sweat.
Comments From a Mini-Meeting of Brewers
Coronavirus affects beer sales I have recently returned from a trip that involved “overseas travel” and a “cruise ship.” 
To Avoid Fleas Beware the Company of Dogs
Over the Christmas break I realized that the e-mail address at the end of this column, for reasons that I would not understand and don’t much care about, has gone dark.
Advent and the Appropriate Use of Beer. This is the time of year when I wear my Santa hat. I like doing that.
There’s Cool and There’s Smithsonian Cool When I was a young man only the wealthy went to university to “find themselves.”
Water Quality Concerns Flow to the Supreme Court.
The Secret to Oktoberfest: 3L2P
Taxes, Hard Seltzers and Other Alcoholic Oddities.
High crimes and high alcohol beers
Iceland: Land of spectacular scenery and excellent beers
Finding the Appropriate Balance Between Profit and Beer Many years ago in I attended an Institute of Brewing lecture in Edinburgh or Manchester or somewhere. 
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