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Session #132: Here’s to frivolous (and Fred)

In the first two contributions to The Session #132 (Homebrewing Conversations) I read Boak & Bailey explained why their homebrewing kit remains in the attic and Alan McLeod wrote it was “no hobby for this old man.” And I thought about Fred Eckhardt (longtime “dean of American beer writers” until his death in 2015), talking […]
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