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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).”
“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.”
“Five People Born on January 21 abraham lincoln, adrien brody, al pacino, anne sullivan, anthony michael hall, frank serpico, helen keller, Sir John Gielgud”
“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.”
“NYT cease publication or fire draft dodger sulzberger and oli tycoon scion keller.”
“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”
“Two rare bottled examples of a keller pils are on the market.”
“Two words make an effective rebuttal: keller pils.”
“Not strictly a keller pils, but worth checking out, is the Powder Horn Pilsner on tap at Hops Grill and Brewery in Alexandria.”
“Formerly known as Tuppers 'Hop Pocket Pils, this is a yeasty, herbal beer made in the German keller tradition.”
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