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Will Hawkes

May 31, 2017

The German Brewing American Craft Beer in Berlin

You might expect head brewer of Stone Berlin to be a brash Californian, keen to show the Old World the error of its ways. Founded...
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May 4, 2017

Dive into Glasgow’s Whisky District

Finding a glass of whisky in Glasgow is no great difficulty. The proud, rambunctious city is full of quality pubs, while famous...
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January 12, 2017

An Old Market Housing Berlin’s New Food Culture

Berlin once played host to numerous market halls, 14 to be specific, that were built at the end of the 19th century. The largest...
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December 27, 2016

A Rare Taste of Old Paris

It's not hard to eat and drink well in Paris. Within a few minutes' walk of Hotel Indigo Paris - Opera, for example, you can enjoy...
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December 12, 2016

Alt, Kobes, and Sticke: Inside Düsseldorf’s unique beer culture

There's a commotion at Füchschen, one of Düsseldorf's traditional breweries. It's lunchtime, and the dining-room is full, but...
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November 18, 2016

A Walk Through 1960s Kensington

Today, Kensington is known to be well-manicured, exclusive, and unaffordable for the average young, single Londoner. In the 1960s...
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November 6, 2016

York in 12 Hours

So you're a fan of traveling with a schedule? If you want an authentic taste of England, head for York. Founded by the Romans...
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October 24, 2016

The Ballad of the Baltic Porter

A quick stroll around Kraków demonstrates the impressive extent of Poland's brewing renaissance. From the recently-opened...
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October 5, 2016

Helsinki Serves Craft Beer Without a Side of Pretension

  Bier-Bier, Helsinki Helsinki's beer-lovers have had to fight for their right to drink. Finland's powerful temperance...
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September 28, 2016

Abstract Expressionism crosses the pond for the first time since 1959

 Key 305, Arshile Gorky: Water of the Flowery Mill (1944), Oil on canvas, 107.3 x 123.8 cm The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New...
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