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Non-Alcoholic Beer: The Ultimate Sport Recovery Drink

Beer and sports go together like....well, beer and sports. Whether it's after a long run, bike ride, tennis match, or day on the golf course the first thing many of us reach for is a cold beer. The good news is that beer can be a great post-workout recovery drink. But before you order another round [...]

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A Different Take on The Legacy of Rob Ford

There has been plenty of praise and criticism of Rob Ford in the wake of his death. Many saw him as a down-to-earth honest guy, a politician no less, who would assist an elderly constituent shovel their walk if called for help. To others he was a political and personal train wreck, not just of [...]

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​Queen’s Engineering Department Revokes Degree - Alumnus Suspected of Brewing Non-Alcoholic Beer

Queen’s University in Kingston has revoked the degree of a University alumnus suspected of being the mastermind behind a sophisticated non-alcoholic beer brewing operation. Multiple sources confirmed yesterday that Ted Fleming, a graduate of the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, was charged with one count of brewing non-alcoholic beer with the intent to distribute.The University [...]

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5 Tips for Mindful Drinking

Beer is everywhere. There’s always opportunity and temptation to hit a beer festival, share pints with friends, or open new bottle you’ve been hoarding away in your beer cellar (aka your Grandma’s basement). Yes, I know, #beerproblems. But when you taste, write and talk about beer every single day, it’s good to have some rules [...]

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The Origins of St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day celebrates the Roman Catholic feast day for the patron saint of Ireland who died March 17, 461. The strange thing is St. Patrick wasn't Irish and his name wasn't Patrick. St. Patrick was born in Roman Britain in the 5th century with the birth name of Maewyn. At this time the influence of [...]

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National Nutrition Month: How many calories are in your glass?

March is National Nutrition Month and organizations in both the United States and Canada are running awareness campaigns to help people improve their eating habits - both in terms of the quality of what we eat as well as the quantity. One campaign is called the 100 Meal Journey: Make Small Changes, One Meal at [...]

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The Oscars: Best Supporting Non-Alcoholic Beer

You know the films. You know the actors, the actresses and the directors. But do you know the non-alcoholic beers behind the scenes: Jekyll Island Lager, Heisler, FG, Cerveza Clara, O'Farren or Bilson? I wouldn't be surprised if you haven't because these beers are reserved exclusively for A-List celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio in 'The Wolf [...]

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5 Non-Alcoholic Red Wines for Valentines Day

Valentines day has become synonymous with hearts, roses, chocolate, and of course red wine. But if you avoid alcohol can you still enjoy a glass of red wine with the love of your life? The answer is yes and there are now more choices of non-alcoholic red wine than ever before - although there is [...]

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Schmohz 120 Non-Alcoholic Pale Ale Reviews and Tasting Notes

Schmohz 120 is very unique in the non-alcoholic beer space. It's a small batch craft beer, it's dark, it's unfiltered and it's hoppy. No wonder it has received some great reviews since it came to market.Here are just a few from customers who've tried it:A real IPA - I love this. It is bitter and [...]

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Press Release: Premium Near Beer raises over $400 for the Canadian Liver Foundation during Dry January campaign

Premium Near Beer is pleased to announce that it has raised over $400 in support of the Canadian Liver Foundation during their Dry January campaign.The Dry January campaign encouraged people to give up alcohol for the month of January to experience a month without booze and donate a part of the money saved on alcohol purchases to charity. Dry [...]

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