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Hunting for Beer in the Suburban Wilds of Gresham Oregon

Portland's Hop Heads have it all. The city has so much to offer in regard to boutique beer shops, artisanal food and beer, plus more fresh local beers on tap than you know what to do with. Did I mention the beer? But just last week I found a pocket in a different town that's bringing the best in craft beer to a place you'd least expect it: the small storefronts of downtown Gresham, Oregon's fourth largest city.

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The American Craft Beer Rumor Mill – May 29, 2013

Hey it's Wednesday and it's Rumor Mill Time...The WTF makes a blockbuster announcement in Brussels! This one's huge and we'll be bringing you everything we know so far. Plus we've got some fast-breaking news from New Belgium and a brewing update from San Diego State. We've also got an awesome new release that you'll want to chase down. So fasten your seatbelts everybody...THIS WEEK'S RUMOR MILL IS ON!

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The Sisterhood of Craft Beer

As history has demonstrated, women have long struggled to find footing in many male-dominated industries and have often turned to each other for collective support and direction. Even with the massive advances that women have made over the years, there still remain subtle and sometimes not so subtle challenges in many different industries, including craft beer. These issues are worth giving voice too, and thankfully, many strong women in the craft beer industry are willing to do just that!

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American Craft Beer’s Guide to the Best Memorial Day Food and Drink

Memorial Day is the one day every year when America stops what it's doing to remember its fallen men and women who heroically served in the United States Armed Forces. It also marks the unofficial start of the summer vacation season - a time for outdoor barbeques and friends and family getting together over food and drinks.

And since we've no doubt that all of American Craft Beer's Regional Correspondents are going to be out and about celebrating their long holiday weekend, we thought we'd hit them up to see what they'll be eating and drinking this Memorial Day.

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The American Craft Beer Weekend Picks – May 24, 2013

Hey it's Friday and we're heading into a long Memorial Day Weekend. That's one more day of fun to fill and that's where we come in! We're all about it and we've got your back big-time. Plus we've got a special Memorial Day beer pick that you'll want to track down. So welcome to this week's awesome Memorial Day Weekend Picks!

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From Tony’s Darts Away to Golden Road, How Tony Yanow Crafted an Empire

The newspaper industry had William Randolph Hearst, the automotive industry had Henry Ford, and the Los Angeles craft beer industry has Tony Yanow. Each had a huge influence on his respective industry, but Tony is probably the only one out of the three who doesn't know how to do the Lindy Hop. Tony may be one of the most influential craft beer entrepreneurs in LA, and he accomplished this feat in a surprisingly short amount of time.

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How Denver Threw Down

Last week marked the 8th annual American Craft Beer Week in towns all across the US, with local breweries offering new beers and special events to highlight the craft beer scene for the celebration.

In Denver, it felt like any other week.

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