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Beer of the Week 2/5/16: Schneider Weisse Aventinus Vintage 2009

Schneider Weisse has been brewing some of the most famous and widely celebrated German wheat beer since 1927. Each year they brew just 240 cases of their Aventinus doppelbock, and this week Allen tries the vintage 2009. Find out why you should grab one of these rarer, beautifully-wrapped bottles if you ever come across one.

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Beer of the Week 1/26/16: Dogfish Head’s Burton Baton

This week Allen reviews a beer from the highly regarded Dogfish Head Brewery, maker of “off-centered ales for off-centered people.” Their Burton Baton (ALC 10% IBU 70) is an oak aged Imperial IPA comprised of two different batches of beer: English-style old ale and an Imperial IPA. Find out what Allen thought of the combination.

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Beer of the Week: Brewery Huyghe’s Delirium Argentum

You would be hard-pressed to find a craft brew enthusiast who is not familiar with the pink elephant. Brewery Huyghe is best known for the Delirium series, and their Delirium Argentum is a specialty beer created to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its award-winning Delirium Tremens.

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Leaving 2015 in the Stardust

Behind the pages of the magazine, every major life event that could happen to us happened. But even on our darkest nights, little twinkling dots were connecting around us, forming a constellation leading us to where we are today even when we couldn’t see it. As we venture into 2016, we have given up on trying to decide or control what shape our constellation will take, instead kicking back with our feet in the sand and letting the stars align as they may.

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Chasing the Wind: Q&A with Pro Kitesurfer Polly Crathorne

One of the first things you’ll notice about Polly Crathorne is her big smile. After that you’ll probably notice the ease of the conversation and her general easy-going attitude. You may even take note of her affinity for funky patterned fabrics. What you probably won’t pick up on is that sitting across from you is the first woman and youngest person to kite across the English Channel. Crathorne is a professional kite surfer who currently holds four kiting world records. She has travelled to 25 different countries and is attending university as a full time student.

And she is only 21 years old.

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