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[26 Feb 2010 | 0 Comments | 4,457 views]
Chelsea Brewing Co.

On this episode, Tap That visits Chelsea Brewing Company, Manhattan’s only brewery and producer of some of the city’s best and most popular beer. We’ll talk to some of Chelsea’s staff and a few satisfied customers about what makes their brewpub such a great place to enjoy fantastic beer.
Chelsea Brewing Company is Manhattan’s only brewer, and they’ve been producing great beer since 1995. Today, Chelsea’s beer can be found throughout the region, but we find that the best way to enjoy their beer is by visiting the brewpub. The pub’s …

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Checker Cab Blonde Ale (Chelsea Brewing Co.)

The Checker Cab Blonde Ale one of Chelsea Brewing Company’s flagship beers. This beer has a some great citrusy notes followed by a nice, crisp finish. It’s a great light beer to start the night off with, or continue drinking the whole night through.
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Hop Angel IPA (Chelsea Brewing Co.)

One of our favorite local IPAs, the Hop Angel is a wonderfully balanced beer that gives you the wonderful aroma and taste of hops without being overpowering. Supremely drinkable.
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Imperial Mild (Chelsea Brewing Co.)

At close to 11% ABV, we were expecting this beer to pack a punch, and it does. But the beer also does a nice job of hiding the substantial alcohol content with some nice sweetness. This one is a seasonal brew, so be sure to give it a try if you are lucky enough to find it.
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[17 Feb 2010 | 0 Comments | 3,103 views]
Beer-ducation: Yeast (part I)

IPA, Weissbeer, Marzen, Kolsch, Pale Ale, Rye. What’s the difference, and how do you figure out what to order when you’re out? In this segment, we’ll discuss styles and brewing methods of some of our favorite beers.

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[16 Feb 2010 | 0 Comments | 4,452 views]
Beer News: Sierra 30 Goes Live, Tempts You

We’ve been hearing about Sierra Nevada’s plans for its 30th Anniversary since last year, but now the project has a fancy website so it must be real.
Sierra founder Ken Grossman has brought four pioneers of the American craft beer industry together and, as often happens when brewers gather, beer was made. The four Sierra 30 beers (a stout, a helles ale, a barleywine, and an interesting combination of Sierra’s iconic Pale Ale, Bigfoot, and Celebration Ale) are going to be released on a staggered schedule beginning in March and …