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PhillyBite BeerPhiladelphia, PA - Whether you’re a home brewer or just a beer fan, hazy (cloudy) beers are all the rage these days. The coloring originates in the New England IPA, a type of IPA that is usually yellow or orange in coloring, hazy. Breweries have implemented this brewing process in the brewing of other types of beer, though they are most often other varieties of IPA, characterized by the intense flavor of hops. They usually are medium in color, lower in alcohol content (6-8%), and very bitter due to the hops.

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PhillyBite NC Beer MonthNorth Carolina - NC Breweries and destinations that love beer will roll out the barrels and the red carpet in April for the sixth annual NC Beer Month, a celebration full of festivals, Untappd badges, lodging packages, prizes and experiences that show why North Carolina is the "state of Southern beer."

PhillyBite10Philadelphia, PA - Wine is a complicated substance. Open up a bottle of it today, and it may taste great. Open the exact same wine a few years from now, and the wine turns out to be something else completely. Harsh edges in the flavour will likely have smoothed away and the general flavor will most likely become considerably more balanced and mellowed.

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