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Another Reason To Drink – Giant Statue Gives Ex-Wife The Finger

There's absolutely nothing like the wrath of a lover scorned as exemplified by a Bloomfield Hills, Michigan man who bought a home next to his ex-wife and erected a giant statue of a hand giving "the middle finger." This gesture, which dates back to Ancient Greece (and represents the phallus), has long been seen as the ultimate sign of contempt and disrespect - but we don't think we've ever seen it used on this kind of scale.


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The American Craft Beer Weekend Picks – November 15, 2013

Hey it's Friday and the weekend's almost here. The temperature's dropping and you're more ready than ever for some serious fun. Well good, because we are on it! From the nation's coolest beer festivals to movies, music and cutting edge TV - we've got your back big-time.

So welcome to this week's edition of our awesome Weekend Picks.


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American Craft Beer Rumor Mill – November 13, 2013

Hey it's Wednesday and that means it's Rumor Mill Time....Coronado Brewing's got big plans for Portland. We'll be bringing you everything we know so far. Plus we've got some news from Oskar Blues East Coast operation and an update on Dan Patrick's continuing "bromance." We've also got a special new Rumor Mill winter release that you've got to chase down before it all disappears. So fasten your seat belts everybody because....THIS WEEK'S RUMOR MILL IS ON!


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The Inside Skinny on America’s Homebrewers

We just received an update from our friends at the AHA with the current demographics of America's homebrewers, and like a lot of what we receive from this organization, it was way more interesting than even we could have imagined. Did you realize that more than one million homebrewers are currently brewing two million barrels of beer yearly? We definitely didn't and there's a lot more here that blew our mind!


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Good Books

American Craft Beer covers the craft beer movement, its news, and its lifestyle. We view the craft beer scene as an entertainment industry that is now very much a part of today's pop cultural landscape. And it's probably because of our unique approach to the industry that we're constantly receiving offers from different media groups asking us to share with our readers everything from new restaurants, cuisine, hangover cures, and beer-related products to new music, movies, and books....which leads us to Good Books - a brand new series dedicated not only to new and noteworthy books on craft beer, but also to anything else that we're currently reading, enjoying, and recommending.


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From Construction to Craft Beer – Triplehorn is Making Noise on the Eastside

Triplehorn Brewing Co. has been pouring pints of their eclectic roster of brews for just over a year, but they already have a decidedly committed and enthusiastic following. Despite the brewery's less-than-conspicuous location tucked into the back corner of a ho-hum Woodinville industrial park, the "Triplehorde" has been regularly finding their way to enjoy brothers Ray and Rich Neishem's tasty beers in a curiously convivial setting. Imagine Viking-inspired quirkiness in a cozily appointed living room that happens to also be a neighborhood VFW Hall. And then add heavenly beer seemingly delivered via the Bifrost by Odin himself.

LINDSAY EVANS, SEATTLE CORRESPONDENT |
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