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  • Beer breweries hit American record

    Beer breweries hit American record
    It’s getting crowded in the American beer market, with the most breweries in operation in the country’s history. This year, 2,751 breweries were active and permitted in the U.S., according to industry group the Beer Institute. Of those, 98%...
  • Architect John Kelsey dies at 86; designer of Pasadena museum

    Architect John Kelsey dies at 86; designer of Pasadena museum
    While designing what is now the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena in the late 1960s, architects John Kelsey and Thornton Ladd expressed a belief: Space that houses art "can be part of the event and experience." When it opened in 1969 as the Pasadena Art...
  • Return to Kingsmill part of LPGA's revival

    The Kingsmill Resort was built on beer. Anheuser-Busch purchased nearly 4,000 acres along the James River in 1969 primarily to house the brewery that continues to cranks out suds. Adjacent to the brewery, close enough to smell the suds fermenting,...
  • LPGA notebook: Kingsmill's major champion streak will continue

    WILLIAMSBURG — In the eight years the LPGA has played at Kingsmill, the champion has always been a major winner. Paula Creamer and Jiyai Shin, who will resume their playoff on Monday after darkness halted it after eight holes on Sunday, both have...
  • Where to Get Pumpkin Ales Around Hartford

    Where to Get Pumpkin Ales Around Hartford
    It's officially autumn. And with it comes falling leaves, hayrides, Halloween, Thanksgiving and the most important of all, more seasonal beers. Pumpkin ale is one of these seasonal beers that is not only enjoyed today but was also highly appreciated in...
  • In cycling's grand fraud, Armstrong not alone

    In cycling's grand fraud, Armstrong not alone
    So many shoes now have dropped on Lance Armstrong he has enough stock to open an Infamous Footwear store. The lies and threats that were Armstrong’s stock in trade have led just about everyone – sponsors and international sports bodies...
  • Parks and Recreation actor Nick Offerman asks men to not shave - save a million gallons of water

    Parks and Recreation actor Nick Offerman asks men to not shave - save a million gallons of water
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo -NBC's Parks and Recreation actor Nick Offerman, better known as 'Ron Swanon,' is spearheading a campaign to save water. The "Grow One, Save a Million" campaign is asking men across the country to stop shaving until June 5, 2012. The...
  • Budweiser asks Paramount to obscure beer image in 'Flight'

    Budweiser asks Paramount to obscure beer image in 'Flight'
    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Brewing company Anheuser-Busch has asked movie studio Paramount Pictures to obscure all images of Budweiser beer in the film "Flight," which is about an airline pilot who is accused of drinking and includes scenes showing him...
  • John Hall to leave Goose Island as CEO

    John Hall to leave Goose Island as CEO
    John Hall, who founded Goose Island Beer Company as a small brewpub in 1988 and sold it to Anheuser-Busch as one of the nation’s major craft brands last year, is leaving his post as chief executive officer, the company announced today. On Jan. 1,...
  • Goose Island barrel-aging brewer leaving to start new brewery

    Goose Island barrel-aging brewer leaving to start new brewery
    In this new era of craft beer mania, where people will wait for hours to buy a single bottle, among the most frenzy-inciting brews is Goose Island's line of Bourbon County Stouts. Such devotion has made something of a celebrity of John Laffler, one of...
  • ESPN to pay NFL over $1 billion for television rights without Super Bowl

     
    Street and Smith's Sports Business Daily is reporting that ESPN and the NFL "have agreed to broad terms on a new media rights deal that will be worth nearly $2 billion per year."...