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History of Witbiers

By Mark Bowers Witbier Style Originated in Belgium, Witbier means simply “white bier” in Flemish (the Dutch language spoken in the Flanders area of Belgium).

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History of Lagers

By Mark Bowers The history of beer itself is nearly analogous with the history of “ale.” There is archaeological evidence of beer-making from as long

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Trivial Matters

By Ronn Friedlander Last Tuesday, Aeronaut Virtual India Trivia hit over 850 participants. This was by far the biggest trivia night we’ve ever had–but it

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One Song One Dollar

By Mike “Spoons” Sheerin For nearly six years, Aeronaut has been so lucky to be surrounded by the amazing local arts community of our weird

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Meet the AeroBrew: Sister Alva

By Mike Smith Sister Alva Style:  Belgian-Style Ale ABV: 6.0% Color:  Deep gold/light amber, clear Malts:  European Pilsner Malt, White Wheat, Munich Malt, Medium Crystal

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Beers in the Stars
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Beers in the Stars

By Maggie Mullard and Nina Garcia Ever wonder what the stars say about which Aeronaut beer is your kindred brew? Wonder no longer, friends! This

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Backyard Birds and Beer

By Ronn Friedlander Aeronaut has had a strong connection to birds ever since we opened. Although this is partly because of my interest in them,

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The New Safety Standard
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The New (Safety) Standard

By: Julia Piper The line of customers stretches all the way to the entrance of the store, each pushing a cart piled high with pantry

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Aeronaut lets its beaker flag fly

Those of you who frequent the Aeronaut establishment will astutely notice (it is assumed that Aeronaut customers are both astute and highly sophisticated) the dynamic

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Sumac’s Back

The ‘nautiest among you will recall last year’s sumac beer, which featured freshly harvested sumac from the fields surrounding Four Star Farms. The beer, dubbed

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