Here are some interesting beer-related stories:



-- The website Drink Up Columbus has a profile of the Staas Brewing Co., a nanobrewery that hopes to open next month in Delaware. “There’s a lot of advantages to small batches that I really like,” co-owner Liz Staas told the website. “We plan to have a rotating tap and each month we plan to put new stuff out. We can get pretty experimental with it." To read the full story, click here.



-- Scene Magazine reports on aging beer. "Americans are constantly being told that the only beer worth drinking is served ice-cold and brewery fresh," columnist Robert Massie writes. "However, certain styles of beer can hold up to (and benefit from) extended aging." To read the full story, click here.  



-- The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports on wacky ingredients in beer. "People who are adventurous and have a good palate will go for these beers that are wacky," Portside Distillery brewer Dan Malz tells the newspaper. To read the full story, click here.  



-- Fox News reports that a New Mexico brewery is making a beer in honor of the television show Breaking Bad. To read the short item, click here.



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