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Bar Hygge: New brewpub from Earth Bread + Brewery
Tom Baker and Peggy Zwerver are part of a deal for a brewpub in the new 1720 Fairmount Ave.
How to Pour the Perfect Pint of Guinness
Is watching that Guinness Pint settle making you too thirsty? Skip to 2:06 where the Perfect Pour continues.
How Great Divide and Sam Adams Decided Not to Fight Over the Whitewater Beer Name
Great Divide Brewing will bring back a new version of a very old beer this summer when it begins bottling and canning Whitewater Wheat, a hoppy wheat ale that will replace Heydey in its lineup. But the rollout will also speak as a quiet testament to how craft breweries can...
Laoise O’Brien: The Child Ballads review
Traditional Some tales weather well. They travel through generations and captivate their listeners as much now as they did when they were first conjured. Romeo and Juliet. Sleeping Beauty. Homer’s Odyssey. And the Child Ballads. This was a compendium of 205 English and Scottish folk songs collected by Harvard’s first Professor of English, Francis James Child , and published in five volumes between 1882 and 1898 Child’s primary interest was in their literary value, and he rated them alongside the poetry of Geoffrey Chaucer and the prose of Shakespeare. Later, American musicologist Bertrand Harris Bronson cocked his ear to the tunes that carried these ballads, and their variant forms He published his four-volume The Traditional Tunes…
Top 10 craft beer pubs in Brighton
Brighton is well known as a party town, but are those good times fuelled by great beer? Tony Naylor went in search of the city's best craft beer bars
League of Ireland 2019: Club-by-club guide to the season
Emmet Malone runs the rule over the 10 sides and predicts who will finish where
Hitting snooze confuses your brain more than waking up
To sleep or to snooze? You probably know the answer, but you don’t prefer it. Most of us probably use the snooze function on our alarm clocks at some point in our lives. Just a few more minutes under the covers, a time to gather our thoughts, right?
Timing of Jasmine McMonagle’s murder still unknown
Authorities trying to establish if she was killed before or during armed stand-off