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Multi-dimensional taste :  With the expansion of craft brewing companies throughout the United States, beer has broken out of the corral.
Drifting into the local spice shop, I closed my eyes to maximize the sensations greeting my olfactory nerves. An exotic blend of herbs lingered in the air, and my mood seemed to lighten with each breath. There was something keenly pleasurable about the experience, one which was addictive in its own innocent way. Rosemary, ginger, and hints of cinnamon commanded my attention. These are good-for-you spices that top the list for aromatherapists and holistic medicine. Since my life slants to the beer side of the fence, I actively seek out beers that complement a healthy lifestyle. When the country was hell-bent on producing nothing but industrial lagers, the banquet table focused on one-dimensional taste. It was bready and bitter, with no surprises, except for the occasional skunk-in-the-bottle that was released when dad left his Hamm’s in the midday sun. With the expansion of craft brewing companies throughout the United States, beer has broken out of the corral. Possibilities of    Read More...

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