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Evil Twin Brewing Brings Beer to the Table

Will Motley

Originally from Denmark, Brooklyn-based Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø creates hundreds of unique brews a year, contracting the work of dozens of breweries to form a line of beers that is always changing, always pushing the limits of what beer is and can be. This spirit of ingenuity, combined with an uncanny knack for taste, has landed Evil Twin in Michelin starred restaurants like Noma, Momofuku Ko and Alinea. It's also gained Jarnit-Bjergsø acclaim among beer lovers worldwide.

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Wildling

Will Motley

Trends in brewing tend to feel about as firm as an empty beer can. From what beers we find on the shelves to the way they're packaged, the trends come and go like the seasons of fashion only to resurface years later as old-made-new. Even the IPA, one of the longest running and most consistently popular styles in American craft beer, has undergone dramatic changes in mood and weight (see the current issue of Imbibe) over the decades. 

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ENBF: Recap

scott

Low clouds threatened all morning to cast the day in a gray warm gloom. First thing: we had been shorted a table, and for a breathless quarter-hour we waited to find out whether we'd be crammed seven at a time into six square feet of sodden grass. Busying his hands on the hem of his brown jean jacket, Will turned to the sky and let out a nervous laugh. "It's a little cold, isn't it?" At our knees sat an assload of beer (and a firkin of cider), nearly all of which was clocked for spring weather—the kinds of seasonal quaffers that quench best on a heat-drawn thirst.

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ENBF: Belgian Coast

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There's a pretty serious love affair going on between the San Diego brewery Green Flash and the Belgian house of Brasserie St. Feuillien. St. Feuillien was an Irish monk martyred in the charcoal forest near Le Roeulx in 655 AD. Nearly 1400 years later we drink a beer named for this traveling holy man.

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ENBF: My Antonia

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A look backward into the past, trying to reconcile its pastoral beginnings with its current big shot trans-Atlantic prestige. . . Like the namesake Cather novel, My Antonia is a beer that scaffolds its complexity atop a simple and rustic foundation. Here's Dogfish Head brewer Sam Calagione and his grandmother discussing their boozy Italian-American roots.

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