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Friday 5@5 – October 4, 2013

A little late on this one, but here’s your weekly 5 at around 5. Cheers!

1) Not even the beer industry is immune to this week’s government shut down. Congress should just do their damn job.

2) A look at Ballast Point’s redesign from a graphic design stand point. As an ad major I really enjoyed this analysis of the packaging. (Cheers Bryan!)

3) A totally complete look at craft beer culture. I’ve always wondered what brown tasted like.

4) A couple Fridays ago I linked to Ken Grossman’s book “Beyond the Pale: The Story of Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.” Queen City Drinks gives their review this week.

5) Shameless self promotion department: Everyone needs this incredible beer map.

Beerstagram of the Week – a book I can’t wait to dive into:

Looking to take my homebrew recipe creation to the next level!

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Some New England juice picked up from the source at @proclamationale. Pit stop on the road to Newport for some Ghandi Bot and Fuzzy. I really enjoy this label on Mikkeller's Windy Hill cans. @eaglerockbrew was an add-on in my very first trade years ago, so they've got a special place in my beer memory. Had to bring some back with me when I found it at @bottlecraft while on vacation in San Diego.

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