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ENTERTAINMENT
August 13, 1989
Paul Grein's July 30 article, "Suds 'n' Bucks 'n' Rock 'n' Roll," cogently illustrates the beer makers' voracious appetite for profit and the "futures" market as they target the young by sponsoring rock concerts. And kudos to retiring U.S. Surgeon Gen. C. Everett Koop, quoted in the article, for his efforts to: (1) eliminate alcohol sponsorship of concerts and athletic contests where much of the audience is likely to be under the drinking age; (2) eliminate the use in alcohol ads of celebrities who appeal to youths, and (3)
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BUSINESS
March 29, 2013 | By Stuart Pfeifer
California is leading a national craft beer explosion. It's home to 12 of the nation's 50 largest craft beer companies, according to the Brewers Assn. trade group. So it's not surprising that some of the country's finest beer is brewed locally. Here are 10 of the best local beers to sample Easter weekend, as selected by Brandon Hernandez, a beer and food journalist, Zagat editor and Stone Brewing Co. communications specialist. The beers are brewed in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Diego counties and would nicely compliment a traditional Easter dinner, Hernandez said.
NEWS
July 14, 1993 | PETER H. KING
California has lost its taste for success stories. We'd rather cry in our beer and chronicle the failures--the bankruptcies and plant closures, the tumble of property values, the rumble of vans hauling away our assets. California, we tell ourselves again and again, is a loser. Say it enough, and you begin to believe it. Say it enough and you can make it come true. Here is a different kind of story.
NEWS
August 15, 2012 | By James Rainey
Politicians trying to play the authenticity card can get in trouble. They can look inauthentic. Or they can disrupt business as usual. The operator of the Bud Tent at the Iowa State Fair said this week that President Obama's stop at the popular beer pit-stop cost him a lot of business - as the Secret Service choked off the flow of customers by securing the area and screening everyone who wanted to come in for a cold one. The Monday...
FOOD
November 9, 2011 | By Charles Perry, Special to the Los Angeles Times
Stone is known for major attitude - its flagship IPA is named Arrogant Bastard. So you'd expect something pretty hairy from its smoked porter. In fact, it's surprisingly elegant. It pours very dark brown with a dense tan head and a nose of yeast and a hint of molasses. The smoke flavor is very subtle indeed, perhaps somewhat hidden in the roasted-malt flavors that lightly suggest coffee and chocolate. The main impression is a very polished palate - malty sweetness quickly dried out by the hops (there are a lot of hops here, but the effect is not challengingly bitter)
NEWS
April 14, 2010 | By BY JASON GELT
Boxed alcoholic beverages tend to receive a gimlet eye from discerning drinkers. Wines purveyed from cardboard boxes go south quicker than their bottled brethren and often come from vintners with low marks from connoisseurs. But what about boxed beer? Why hasn't the populist sudsy brew, already an everyman's refreshment, entered the boxed beverage realm? Because it's simply more difficult to keep carbonated beer pressurized and oxygen free in large, four-liter containers, according to Thomas Hussey, a recently graduated industrial design student from Australia's University of Technology Sydney.
NEWS
February 15, 2013 | By John Verive
Have you heard the buzz of excited beer fans or seen mention of a mythical beer of white-whale proportions? It's time for Pliny the Younger -- considered one of the best beers in the world --  to make its annual appearance at the better craft beer destinations in the Southland. What about the beer compels people to line up for hours, or purchase raffle tickets , just for a chance to taste it? Pliny the Younger, brewed in Santa Rosa at Russian River Brewing Co., is not to be confused with Russian River's more-common Pliny the Elder.
SPORTS
February 9, 2010 | T.J. Simers
A few years back, I'm sitting in the media room at the Super Bowl in Houston, Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson on stage, and I thought I saw what I thought I saw. I looked around the room, and no one else seemed to see it, the rest of the media corps apparently all reaching for the guacamole at the same time. As an investigative reporter, it was my duty to look closer, of course, and while I can't recall who was playing in the game, I was all over that story.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 14, 2009 | Associated Press
A man has been arrested for allegedly arranging for his 14-year-old daughter to marry a neighbor in exchange for $16,000, 100 cases of beer and several cases of meat, police said. Authorities in Greenfield, a farming community on California's Central Coast, said they learned of the deal after Marcelino de Jesus Martinez, 36, asked them for help getting his daughter back after payment wasn't made. Martinez, a member of the indigenous Mexican Trique community, was arrested Sunday.
NEWS
October 20, 2010
Take a Mexican beer, add a lime and you know what you have? A recipe for "Mexican beer dermatitis. " So says a New York dermatologist in a recent issue of Archives of Dermatology. Read what he has to say here , as published in the Orlando Sentinel. Apparently, it's the lime juice that causes the skin irritation – if not washed off and if exposed to the sun. But "lime dermatitis on unwashed skin" or its technical name "phytophotodermatitis" doesn't quite have the same ring.
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