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Tag Archives: Autumn Ales & Beer

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October 30, 2018

Baking with Beer: Old Foghorn Pumpkin Pie

When it comes to the holidays, no table is complete without a fresh pumpkin pie. Add a little Old Foghorn and bourbon to the mix, and you’ve got a perfect pie that is sure to disappear in minutes. “Mixing crème fraîche with an English-style Barleywine that has notes of caramel and hops adds a touch of sweet… read entire article

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November 19, 2015

Happy Beersgiving: Our Picks for Thanksgiving Beers

The Thanksgiving holiday is a great time to gather with family & friends to celebrate all that we’re thankful for. Great food is always a centerpiece to the celebration, and thankfully, so is great beer. Below are some recommendations for Anchor brews to pair with the home cooking and good times this Thanksgiving. Pregame – Anchor California Lager Before your friends… read entire article

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October 29, 2014

Trick or Treat? Bob Brewer on Pumpkin Beers and Halloween

Bob Brewer shares his thoughts on pumpkin beers, fall seasonals, and the traditions of Halloween. Around this time of year we often get asked if we had ever thought about brewing a pumpkin beer. Well, actually we hadn’t, but plenty of other breweries have. Pumpkin beers are all the rage lately, and sell very well in some… read entire article

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November 24, 2013

Cooking with Craft Beer: Thanksgiving Dinner Edition

Thanksgiving is probably my favorite time of year. As a chef, I have come to love the fall season and all the wonderful flavors that can be produced between sweet and savory. Another reason I love it is because my charity, Harvest From The Heart, is focused on helping those who are less fortunate on… read entire article

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November 29, 2012

Spicing Up the Season with Holiday Brews

Although the hop plant has been known and used for a variety of purposes since ancient times, its use in brewing did not become widespread until the 16th century.  Prior to that time, beers were flavored and balanced by the addition of herbs and spices of all kinds. A blend of herbs, known as “gruit,”… read entire article

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