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An arcane reference for a bar, to be sure, being named for a fixed-point theorem. But Brouwer’s formulation does apply to, for example, stirring a cocktail or beer in a glass: when the liquid comes to rest, some point in…

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Beveridge Place – Seattle

On March 10, 2017 By

SeaTac airport is, as one might guess, about halfway between Seattle and Tacoma, Washington. So, as you’re leaving the airport, driving north towards downtown Seattle, why not take a slight detour into West Seattle to visit one of the country’s…

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Publick Defender

On January 13, 2017 By

Ok, so I only had 24 hours in Boston and had already stopped by Lord Hobo on my way to a reunion, but with the party wrapping up around midnight, why not scratch one more bar off the list before…

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Lord Hobo

On January 5, 2017 By

Less than an hour north of Boston proper sits the Lord Hobo brewery, in Woburn, MA, brewing a handful of variations on the IPA theme, perhaps most notably Boomsauce, an American IPA, or Consolation Prize, a double. If you’ve only…

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Sheffield’s Chicago

On December 12, 2016 By

If the trek to Wrigley from Fountainhead is a bit too much for a walk, you can’t miss Sheffield’s just a couple of blocks from the stadium down its eponymous thoroughfare. The night we stood in the unassigned outfield bleachers, the Cubbies…

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Fountainhead – Chicago

On November 28, 2016 By

It’s almost impossible to write a headline or introduction to this Chicago spot without making reference to Ayn Rand, though really it’s a nod to locally and responsibly sourced ingredients. My buddies and I had just 24 hours in the…

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Munster Mash

On October 12, 2016 By

When my buddies and I take our football trip every year to a different conference, there’s a primary consideration for the typically 3 day trip. Either the college town we’re going to is big enough for all 3 days, or…

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I’m Just a Hops

On October 3, 2016 By

It was a quiet Monday evening when I stopped in at the Palm Tavern, typical industry night I suppose, patrons just a couple of bartenders on their night off. Well, besides me and a number of other tourists who stopped in over…

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¡Cervézanos!

On September 26, 2016 By

The small but passionate craft beer community in Mexico has always had an uphill battle. But despite the many barriers to entry confronting them, the market has grown steadily over the years. It used to be nigh impossible to find…

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Radar Detector

On August 30, 2016 By

After a number of soft opening weekends, Houston’s new Under the Radar brewery finally made a blip on everyone’s screens with their Grand Opening party this past weekend. The core lineup of 5 beers has been showing up around town…

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