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  1. Africa the next great beer frontierRead the original story w/Photo

    44 min ago | The Drinks Business

    The African beer market is exploding, with research predicting an annual average growth rate of 5% between 2013 and 2017 - making it the fastest growing region in the world. African consumers are moving away from home-brewed beers and drinks at a growing pace, trading up to commercial beers and then on to more premium products.


  2. Make a Twitter-controlled desk lamp with open source toolsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Red Hat Magazine

    Think about the Internet today. Websites and web services are in deep conversation with each other through the so-called API economy.


  3. Make bread and have a slice of beerRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Philly.com

    You learned to duck when Rearo, the hotheaded Italian who owned the business with his brother Tony, headed your way. That S.O.B. had a handshake like a bench vise and a fist like a ball-peen hammer.


  4. Fewer chases under new Pinellas sheriff's policyRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times

    Pursuits by Pinellas County Sheriff's Office deputies have declined 78 percent since a new chase policy was implemented last year. In 2012, the agency reported 134 pursuits, most triggered by traffic offenses.


  5. We just got screwed' by KY beer billRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Cincinnati.com

    'We just got screwed' by KY beer bill Senate passes debated beer bill, heads to governor; could limit Rhinegeist in NKY. Check out this story on cincinnati.com: http://cin.ci/1BJ0m2a The Senate passed the controversial beer distribution bill, which now heads to the governor for signage.


  6. Bubbles to bottles: Basics of brewingRead the original story

    Yesterday | Triplicate.com

    Aspiring home brewers learn from local connoiseurs at free weekend workshop Half a dozen noses huddled round the pot as Michael Glore added the first hops to the wort bubbling and steaming at his feet and set the timer for 60 minutes.


  7. Fruit the Beer?Read the original story

    12 hrs ago | The Sand Trap

    Sometimes its okay, sometimes it isn't. If it pisses off someone in the bar, every time.


  8. Savoring Art of Beer at the NACCRead the original story

    13 hrs ago | Grand Island Pennysaver

    It may have been cold and rough on the outside, but it was warm and inviting inside as the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center hosted its ninth annual Art of Beer fundraiser Friday. Several hundred visitors sampled the products of more than 20 food and beer vendors found on across two floors of the Niagara Falls facility.


  9. White House Squirms Over Hillary's Email Scandal, Forgets Embrace of Regular Law BreakingRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Townhall

    The email scandal surrounding Hillary Clinton's time at the State Department is only getting worse, with new revelations she set up a "home brew" email server at her house and went around federal records laws by conducting all of her official State Department business through a personal email account. In light of Clinton's latest scandal, the White House is attempting to justify the use of a personal email account while distancing itself from the practice.


  10. Why did Hillary Clinton rely on 'home-brew' e-mail server?Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

    How extensive was Hillary Rodham Clinton's use of personal e-mail during her tenure as secretary of State? Let's put it this way: She apparently had more than just a personal account. She had an entire personal e-mail system.


  11. Dig In! Food and Farming Festival set for March 6-7Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Fayetteville Flyer

    Films, classes, discussions, and plenty of local food will highlight the sixth annual Dig In! Food & Farming Festival, set for March 6-7 in downtown Springdale. The event, which celebrates local food, farms, and gardens, will kick off Friday with an opening reception at Fairlane Station featuring a presentation by Douglas Gayeton, artist, filmmaker and director of the Know Your Food series on PBS.


  12. Hops Herald: 7 Reasons We are Excited for Collaboration FestRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | 303 Magazine

    If you haven't heard of Collaboration Fest yet, let's get you up to speed - On March 21 , one of the most exciting brewing events of the year will take place at Sports Authority field . Over 100 different breweries from across the country will participate including those from Colorado, Virginia, Washington DC, and Kansas.


  13. Proposed water system upgrades have Downtown Syracuse businesses hopefulRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | WSTM-TV Syracuse

    After hearing news that there is a push out of Albany to help cities update their water systems, businesses throughout Syracuse are thrilled that these changed could come their way. The issues with water mains in Syracuse have been documented locally , as well as in national outlets like the New York Times.


  14. Man Skirt Brewing nears opening in Hackettstown, raises $10K for tasting roomRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    HACKETTSTOWN - Nearly two years after he created Man Skirt Brewing , 39-year-old Joe Fisher, who works as a computer programmer, nears the grand opening of his brewery in Hackettstown. Starting with a simple 2 gallon batch on the stove, he quickly progressed to 5-gallon batches on the porch with a turkey fryer, then 10-gallon batches in his basement.


  15. Modified yeast perfume: What the future smells likeRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | New Scientist

    Genetically engineered microorganisms could replace flowers as sources of ingredients for perfumes - and even recreate scents from plants long extinct SITTING before me is a vial of cloudy white broth. Biologist Patrick Boyle invites me to take a sniff.


  16. The Last Windrow: Brew pubs6 sec agoRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Pequot Lakes Echo

    There weren't many "brew pubs" where I came from. The idea of brewing beer to make a living would have been foreign to us.


  17. Taxi Vancouver taps its first beer clientRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Marketing

    Taxi Vancouver has landed its first beer client, Phillips Brewing Co Ltd. , one of British Columbia's largest independent craft brewers. Taxi Vancouver general manager Mike Leslie said the agency's mandate is to grow the brand, while not losing its small-scale brewery feel and reputation.


  18. Design & Build Part 2: Phasing SSB and SDRRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Hack a day

    Amateur radio is the ultimate hacker's hobby. You can design, build, and put on the air your own high power transceivers.


  19. 11 brief observations from Aqueduct brewer Robert HernandezRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Cleveland.com

    Robert Hernandez of Aqueduct Brewing in Akron speaks about being a jack-of-all-trades and what he learned from his father. CLEVELAND, Ohio - Aqueduct's Robert Hernandez loves to chat, to offer personal wisdom from his experiences, brewing and life.


  20. Report: Clinton ran homebrew email systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Politico

    Hillary Clinton used her own home brew email system to send and receive correspondence while she was secretary of state, according to a report from The Associated Press on Wednesday. Records reviewed by the AP show that the computer server was registered to the family's home in Chappaqua, New York, meaning that Clinton would have had more control over who gets to access the archives of her private email address, which was reportedly hdr22@clintonemail.com .