‘Capital Beer: A Heady History Of Brewing In Washington, D.C’ By Garrett Peck » The District Nerd
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‘Capital Beer: A Heady History Of Brewing In Washington, D.C’ By Garrett Peck » The District Nerd

Overall, Peck covers the dynamic and influential history of brewing in DC from the first brewery till Prohibition. He goes in depth on Robert Portner and Christopher Heinrich, national figures, that transformed the beer industry in the U.S. by setting trends in production and introducing new technology. Continue reading

Traveling Abroad – Shopping & Foodie Outings: An Outdoor Guide To Chamonix-Mont-Blanc For A Non-Wintery Holiday | Changing Pages
Angela Vincent / Archives / Contributors / Life / Pt. 8

Traveling Abroad – Shopping & Foodie Outings: An Outdoor Guide To Chamonix-Mont-Blanc For A Non-Wintery Holiday | Changing Pages

When the sky is blue, and punctuated by only wisps of cloud or splashes of color from the ever present parapente, it would be hard to imagine a more beautiful setting. However, do be warned that this is the Alps. Even in the height of summer, the weather can be changeable. So come prepared with sunscreen and waterproofs and you will have a fabulous time whatever the weather. Chamonix is too beautiful and and has too much to offer to leave it just for winter holidays. Continue reading

From “Thai Food Etiquette” | TBL Pt. 2
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From “Thai Food Etiquette” | TBL Pt. 2

Thai Food Etiquette Food dishes in Thailand are taste-bud popping plates of tantalizing yum. I would recommend to eat Thai the entire time you are there. (You will be disappointed after ordering Western food. Trust me.) Part of the experience of the Thai culture is the food. So dive in. You may notice the large … Continue reading