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One owns an award-winning brewery. The other is head sommelier at a presitigious culinary institute. Both insist their respective beverages of choice exemplify the best in human ingenuity and artistry. So what pairs best with a summer barbecue– a crisp pinot grigio or a cold lager. Kojo wades into a long-running and tasty debate.
- Sam Calagione President and Founder, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery; co-author "He Said Beer, She Said Wine" (DK Publishing)
- Marnie Old Director of Wine Studies, French Culinary Institute (New York City); co-author "He Said Beer, She Said Wine" (DK Publishing)
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