Monthly Archives: May 2013

Memorial Day weekend events

I think we can respect the somber origins of Memorial Day while still savoring what is for many a three-day weekend. (From those of us in the service industry: you’re welcome). Here are the beer events I know of this … Continue reading

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Free Beer Review: Drake’s Alpha Session

Most beer reviews are of freebies, but most beer writers never say so. Thus I introduce a new blog feature, the Free Beer Review. At least I admit it For my first beer review on this site, how about a … Continue reading

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Part 4 and final: Why IS beer so male?

Part 1: The customer is not always right * Part 2: Stop congratulating me for having ovaries * Part 3: Selling beer to women and other humans Day 4. Are you tired of this topic yet? NOT HALF AS TIRED … Continue reading

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The last time I’m writing about women in beer, part 3 of 4: Selling beer to women and other humans

Part 1: disclaimers and the customer is not always right Part 2: Stop congratulating me for having ovaries I’m sometimes asked how we can get more women to drink beer. I say all we really have to do is stay … Continue reading

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The last time I’m writing about women in beer, part 2 of 4: stop congratulating me for having ovaries

Part 1, disclaimers and The Customer Is Not Always Right Right-thinking newspapers in states where same-sex marriage is legal run same-sex wedding announcements alongside different-sex wedding announcements without making a big condescending thing about it. Thank you, New York Times! … Continue reading

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This is the last time I’m writing about “women in beer”

This is it. This week is the first, last, and only time I am writing about “women in beer” on this blog. I see some of you sneaking a look at my byline — rest assured I’m a woman, and … Continue reading

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