It’s all too easy to forget that beer was meant to be enjoyed. In our opinion, it can often become way too business-centric, unnecessarily elite or just plain silly. Here are some pet-peeve instances of when beer is not beer.
In changing the way we view extreme, or at least what we are willing to give that label, we can open our minds to new experiences and allow American beer to start the next chapter in the story of extreme beer.
The Tröegs brothers were able to create their diverse array of ales and lagers by traveling and studying both nationally and internationally, immersing themselves in the craft beer culture. Their philosophy is to brew the beers they like rather than brewing to a particular style.
This place is a steaming melting pot of Spanish, French, African and Caribbean influences, a magnet for artists, musicians, misfits and criminals, a charmingly seedy town united by its distaste for authority and its mighty thirst.