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glass of pilsner
pint of Stella Artois
pint of pale ale
pint of IPA
pint of murphy's Irish amber ale
glass of dark porter
pint of stout
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   BECK ON BEER

                                                                                                                                                             
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IT'S ALL BEER REALLY
The difference between beer and ale.

 

BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL
Black chocolate stout from Brooklyn Brewery.



RIDIN' WITH THE KING
Youthful audiences with the king.



ELIXER OF LOVE
The ancient and mystical elixer called Mead.



WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING
Some thoughts about the holy stout out of Dublin.



BECK ON BOCK
The pleasures and techniques of bock beer.



CERVEZA POR FAVOR
Beer south of the border.



MISTY MOUNTAIN HOP
Mountaineering with a pint.





PATRIOT GAMES
Early brewers of our country.


LIGHTS CAMRA ACTION
The Great British beer Festival in London.


THE SAN FRANCISCO TREAT
"Hop" a cable car in Saint Francis Town.


BEST OF THE FEST
Follow your dream to Octoberfest.


LORD OF THE GOURDS
A taste of fall with a pint of pumpkin ale.


YULES JEWELS
Raise your glass in a Christmas toast.


BLACK IN BLACK
The delicious dark side.


THE PRIDE OF POTTSVILLE
Ride your motorcycle to the oldest brewery in America.





Glenn P. Beck as seen in American Public House Review



Glenn Beck was born in 1962 and raised in Livingston, New Jersey.  He graduated from Seton Hall University in 1986 with a B.A. in Communication.  Glenn was previously the owner  and operator of the Hunterdon Homebrew Shoppe in Frenchtown, New Jersey. While there, he taught an adult education course in the fundamentals of homebrewing beer.  He  won a blindly judged national  homebrewing competition (Memphis 1995) in the German Ale category with a delectable altbeir that he created.  Our resident beer meister was also hired as an accounts representative with the River Horse Brewing Company in Lambertville, New Jersey from 1997 to 1999. Glenn is a passionate scholar of the brewer's art. He has extensive knowledge as to the history, lore, brewing techniques, ingredients, and last but not least, the enjoyment of beer. He currently resides in New Jersey with his wife Nancy and their faithful malamute, Sam.



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