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  • Bel Air payroll firm sued for allegedly keeping clients' tax payments

    Bel Air payroll firm sued for allegedly keeping clients' tax payments
    A Bel Air company that handled payrolls for many employers in the area is being sued by clients for allegedly stealing years of tax payments rather than sending them on to the tax collectors as required — leaving the companies on the hook....
  • Allentown's Neuweiler Brewery could be home to quite a Ruckus

    Allentown's Neuweiler Brewery could be home to quite a Ruckus
    Josh Wood has never brewed his own beer. He hasn't measured the precise amount of hops it takes to make the perfect bitter brew or personally timed the fermentation for the optimal flavor. He's never studied how to create his own wort, mash his own...
  • James Edward Stewart January 20, 1924 - March 15, 2013

    James Edward Stewart January 20, 1924 - March 15, 2013
    James Edward Stewart, a 67-year resident of Glendale and most recently Pasadena, died Friday, March 15. He was 89. He was preceded in death by his wife of 48 years, Shirley Jean Webb of East Liverpool, OH, who he married in 1946 in Glendale. Born...
  • S.O.S. with suds!

    S.O.S. with suds!
    A cicerone is to beer what a sommelier is to wine. Earning the title requires extensive training and costly certification tests. But ABC Fine Wine & Spirits is willing to pay, if it means offering customers much-needed guidance in the field of beers....
  • Five German breweries fined for price-fixing scheme

    Five German brewing companies were fined millions by German authorities for colluding to fix prices between 2006 and 2008. The companies -- Bitburger, Krombacher, Veltins, Warsteiner and Barre -- have been ordered to pay a combined 106.5 million euros...
  • Malort gains fans as battle brews over name

    Malort gains fans as battle brews over name
    My friend Julie has a complaint about malort, and it's not that it tastes like sweaty socks wrapped in spoiled grapefruit after marinating in a trash can. It's that people have started liking it too much. Not so long ago, Julie explained, malort was...
  • Buzz growing for South Florida Beer Week

    Buzz growing for South Florida Beer Week
    Beer drinkers will take to the streets of South Florida Sunday morning, when they'll board the South Florida Brew Bus outside of Funky Buddha Brewery in Oakland Park. They'll visit Due South Brewing in Boynton Beach and Brewzzi brewpub in Boca Raton,...
  • The French concoction

    The French concoction
    Allison Patel jokes that when she retired as a professional ballerina at 23, she discovered "wine, whiskey and cheese." It took another few years to find the whiskey that would change her life, and, for a lover of cheese and wine, of course, she found...
  • Less gluten, more choice

    Less gluten, more choice
    A few years ago a friend who had adopted a gluten-free diet asked if I knew of any good gluten-free beers. Based on the handful of gluten-free beers on the market at the time, I suggested he'd be better off drinking a good cider, which is naturally...
  • Eastern overtures

    Eastern overtures
    The buying habits of whiskey enthusiasts follow a predictable trajectory: Trace their first love — usually a bargain bourbon — to their dream dram, and you'll see an increase in price and flavor-complexity over time. That's the reason so...
  • Ride-sharing services get the green light, but will insurers follow?

     Ride-sharing services get the green light, but will insurers follow?
    SACRAMENTO – California regulators recently gave a go-ahead for Lyft, Sidecar and other services to provide ride-sharing to smartphone users. Now, it's up to the insurance industry to develop products to meet a requirement that drivers and...