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  • However, it wasn't until a trip to Germany inspired the brewers to use open fermentation that the beer finally obtained the flavors they were seeking (and also inspired the name -- "keller" is German for cellar, the name breweries give to their fermentation systems).

    Slashfood

  • Also rejoining will be Giovanni Gulino (drums) and Joe Berger aka 'The Berger-meister' (guitar) friends from all over the world gathering in the special atmosphere of Jazzkeller Frankfurt, the oldest jazz club in Germany, a hundreds year old 'keller' below the ground near the Alte Oper in center of Frankfurt.

    Lockergnome

  • Five People Born on January 21 abraham lincoln, adrien brody, al pacino, anne sullivan, anthony michael hall, frank serpico, helen keller, Sir John Gielgud

    Five People Born on April 14 | myFiveBest

  • Her at home we have about l50 Acres we handle proper by seeding, fertilizer, weed keller and we harvest the sub-prim (gene lacking) small body thin horn bucks.

    Big Buck or Big Brother?

  • NYT cease publication or fire draft dodger sulzberger and oli tycoon scion keller.

    New York Times demands removal of anti-Corzine site

  • John King's Sunday programming, State of the Union, is a benchmark in unbiased newscasting of current events – I hope his replacement program of Lou Dobbs maintains the high standards he has established with State of the Union. walter keller

    John King to replace Lou Dobbs

  • Two rare bottled examples of a keller pils are on the market.

    Beer: A pils that goes down easy

  • Two words make an effective rebuttal: keller pils.

    Beer: A pils that goes down easy

  • Not strictly a keller pils, but worth checking out, is the Powder Horn Pilsner on tap at Hops Grill and Brewery in Alexandria.

    Beer: A pils that goes down easy

  • Formerly known as Tuppers 'Hop Pocket Pils, this is a yeasty, herbal beer made in the German keller tradition.

    Nightlife Agenda

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  • Current graphic NC Programming systems often call this regional milling.

    September 21, 2009

  • Keller, verb, to keller; used in Manufacturing to describe the back and forth motion of cutting a lofted surface with a ball end mill. This is a work taken from a Keller Machine that used a stylus to monitor a shape while cutting using hydraulics, now it is a term used in NC Programming and NC Machining to describe the process. "We will have to keller that airfoil shape"

    September 21, 2009