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It was a paragraph, click-bait article, and Bourdain is mostly right. (of course there are plenty of people at most bars buried in their phones, too)
The Brewers Association beer style series books are good. Some moreso than others.
Yes. Not always exactly the same, but similar.
Anderson's in Maumee definitely has the Barrell Aged Total Eclipse. Holloway on Airport Highway probably does as well.
The main thing I notice is the lack of bitterness. (not a lack of flavor)
No. You just want a damn light lager. Not that there's anything wrong with that.
Maybe overused, or misused, but "dry-hopped" at least refers to an actual brewing process that isn't used in every beer.
"“I can tell you, beer release parties are some of the most embarrassing events on planet Earth,” the author wrote. “Predominantly male gatherings...
Resident old dude here.
Most people didn't know there was such a thing as beer above 6%. We were blissfully ignorant, and quite frankly there...
Alcohol Delivery System with Flavor as an Afterthought to Flavor-Based Alcohol Delivery System.
The support local ideal is a good one... as long as the local business is worth supporting.
Unfiltered = suspended yeast, which may contain more vitamins, nutrients and shit = more healthy + more gassy. Facts may or may not be facts!
I get some of the frustration coming out here, but take a step back. There are certainly a few newer breweries that aren't very good, but the...
No sir. I don't like it.
Blind hate for ABInbev is stupid, but my distrust of the company and its tactics is rooted in facts. They're not our friend. They might not be...
Can't say I have ever had a beer with the wrong cap. The odd upside down label, double label, half label, but most of those were a long time ago.
Life is too short to ingest crap beer or food.
My better beer drinking days extend back to the time before "craft beer" existed. It was 1990 and we drank "micro-brews" back then.
Curious as to who organized the opposition and what motives were behind it? (also curious if the owner had previously pissed off the locals in...
They're both big fish in the small pond of craft beer, a lot more similarities than differences.