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Manceptable Gifts, That Won’t Make You Cringe At Your Own Wedding

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The thing about weddings is that they are above all else the domain of the bride, and that’s cool. After all, it’s her day, as she occasionally lets slip when she says “mine” instead of our when you are discussing it. Do us guys really care? For the most part, no.  We want our other halves to be happy to have what they desire and experience that truly special day that they deserve. So, being the good future husbands that we are, we’re happy to hand over control of most things to them.

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Highlights From LI Craft Classic

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There is nothing better than enjoying good beers, music, food and the warm weather at the annual LI Craft Classic. Here are some event highlights incase you missed this fun festival.

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The Unwritten Rules Of Brewing Beer At Home

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The best thing about the internet is that it offers a free education. If you want to know all the conspiracies surrounding the death of JFK, you can. If you want to know what the population of Papa New Guinea, you can. If you want to know what kit is needed to make beer at home, you can. In fact, we really recommend this last one. It is something that all guys should experiment with at some stage in their life.

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Brew For A Cure

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An event in which homebrewers and local breweries will work together to help raise money for St. Jude’s Childrens’ Cancer Research Hospital.

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Brewing Success: Coffee Makes The Workplace Go Round

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Over half of the workers in a typical office have a coffee break during the day. But decision makers don’t mind. In fact, 9 out of 10 think a coffee break or two with co-workers increases productivity and improves morale. Perhaps that’s why coffee makers — and their close cousin the coffee machine — are so commonplace in U.S. offices.

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