This so-called “resurgence” of craft beer is not a new trend or fad.
What’s new in beer, a Belgian bottle shortage to organic hops and beer on the Hill.
In America, India Pale Ales, Weizens and stouts are ubiquitous; bocks, Dortmunders and Marzens are not.
Home brewers can take a lesson from Zainasheff’s brewing experience simply by brewing often, learning the ingredients, entering competitions and paying attention to what others are telling them.
At first glance, it’s hard to tell the difference between the stout and the porter; but collect a few bottles, let them warm to about 50 degrees, and you begin to appreciate the range.
Just six months after their launch, Terrapin struck gold at the 2002 Great American Beer Festival: The only beer in their line, Rye Pale Ale, bested 92 other beers and took the gold medal as the country’s best American Pale Ale.
As beer lovers and fest organizers, we’ve dealt with a slew of contraptions designed to tap and serve kegs of beer—from cheapo hand pumps, to multi-tap jockey boxes and cold plates.
A jaunt through the archives of the US Patent and Trade Office reveals thousands of beer-related processes, recipes, devices, widgets, gewgaws and other various and sundry inventions.
Cellaring Beer 101; Glassware for Beer 101; and what’s up with chillin’ those ales?
Six Packs for Soldiers is a “beer-partisan” campaign with a single goal: Buy America’s soldiers a beer.
A salute to eight of our top players—folks who pretty much live beer. Raise a glass to these badass BAs—just make sure it’s the proper one.
This burger is inspired by the Trappist monks of Belgium—who are very choosy when it comes to their grain, hops, and yeast.
Fuel Vermont’s famed hiking, golfing, boating and fishing activities with these local beer offerings.
Despite the tattoos, the piercings and the mutual appreciation of quality beverages, and despite the fact that they’re mainly terrific folks, coffee people just aren’t like us.