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Mal Boyles Placepot picks
Mal Boyle's Placepot picks Our Placepot expert Mal Boyle reveals his selections for Friday's meeting at Doncaster. Ludlow. Click here to bet. Each day Malcolm Boyle, the author of 'How To Win at...
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Bury maltings fall worker 3.5 times drink-drive l...
A worker who fell 44ft from a silo gantry was 3.5 times the drink drive limit, though colleagues said he was behaving normally. Paul Michael Ebbens, 57, of Church Row, Bury St Edmunds, fell from the...
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Federal Donuts celebrates David Lynch
... Donut” is simply in honor of his love for coffee. “Chocolate
” comes from his personal life when he would order the chocolate
milkshake from “Bob’s Big Boy” restaurant. Matt Fein, a...
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Owner of Chivas Brothers enjoys return to growth
Chief executive Pierre Pringuet commented on the quarter reflecting its "resilience in a difficult context," and total sales reached €2 billion (£1.6bn), broadly flat from the same quarter last...
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Marijuana Edibles, Flavored E-Cigarettes, And The...
Two weeks ago, a New York City councilman proposed a ban on flavored electronic cigarettes. This week Colorado news outlets reported that the state health department had recommended a ban on almost...
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Guinness Introduces Limited Edition 1759TM
The new beer is an ultra-premium, limited edition amber ale, brewed to be "sipped responsibly with satisfaction, savored as part of fine dining and gifted with appreciation by beer connoisseurs and...
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Star Wars owner Lucasfilms sues microbrewery over...
Star Wars creator George Lucas once unsuccessfully tried to sue an artist who made Stormtrooper outfits, and even took on a company for developing a headset which allowed video game users to control...
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High anxiety: The state of a highly regulated ind...
Working in the weed industry sounds awesome, in theory. Maybe you could be the next marijuana millionaire. Or at least get lots of free samples. But cannabis professionals say their days are consumed...
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Marijuana Enforcement Division
Wales' craft ale brewers are at the forefront of ...
Welsh breweries such as old established ones such as Brains – and newer ones including Otley, Purple Moose and others are playing a part in Britain’s “beer revolution”, according the Campaign for Real...
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Real Ale (Camra)
Bush jelly - Australia's honey for healing
RICHMOND Valley beekeepers Alistair and Carmel Maloney are in the midst of harvesting a very special honey that heals wounds better than the famous New Zealand Manuka brand. While the active...
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Butcher & Bee to host Beasley’s Chicken + Honey D...
Our first taste of renowned North Carolina chef Ashley Christensen's Beasley's Chicken + Honey Restaurant was just over a month ago. A weekend road trip for a wedding in Mebane, NC gave us a good...
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Liquor license renewals tabled due to no-shows by...
The Fort Morgan City Council on Tuesday night tabled discussion and action on two liquor license renewals, both due to the license holders not being present. Although most liquor license renewals can...
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Fort Morgan City Council
Mack House Brews New Times Beer, Get Your Taste O...
Doug Fairall Rye whiskey is a glorious thing. A spicy liquor produced with at least 51% of the mash containing rye (with the rest corn or
ed barley). Imbibed neat, it has a drier character than...
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2 sex offenders among 9 sentenced
Jack Perry Jr., sentenced to six to 24 months in prison for indecent assault against a minor under the age of 16. He also must pay cost of prosecution, take sex offender treatment, undergo DNA...
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Guinness fans may be surprised by its new offering
The 1759, as the first Signature Series beer is called, is a dramatic departure from your standard Guinness. The 9 percent ABV amber ale is based on a 200-year-old recipe using a blend of traditional...
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CapitalCityWeekly.com - Southeast Alaska's Online...
Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Story last updated at 10/22/2014 - 2:59 pm Breweries roll out their Oktoberfest features Oktoberfest is officially over in Munich, but not here in Alaska where we're...
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Speakeasy-style bar and eatery Park Social opens
The speakeasy craze has hit Winter Park with a new twist at Park Social, a new bar and eatery that opened last week in the upstairs space at 358 N. Park Ave. That particular address is notorious as a...
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Does it matter if Banksy's art is defaced?
... puts the work up for the public to enjoy but people are exploiting it," he says. "People think it’s fun to deface Banksy’s work because they may get a name for themselves. Girl with the...
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Malaysia field goes deep in FedEx list
Nicholas Thompson missed qualifying for the FedEx Cup playoffs by one point last year. He finished at No. 125 on the PGA Tour money list by $725 and only kept his full card for this season because the...
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the British Open
Prevention education event Thursday includes pets
People and pets are invited to the Columbus Hitching Lot Farmers' Market Thursday at 6 p.m. for an event sponsored by the Lowndes County Prevention Partnership. "Pets About Prevention" is a free,...
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