Craft Beers

Like Mexican-Style Lagers? Here are 11 Craft Beers You Should Try

Chances are, you’ve occasionally thrown back a few bottles of a popular Mexican amber lager. Maybe you drank them before you got into craft beer and now they make you nostalgic, or maybe you harbor dreams of being the Most Interesting Man  — or Woman — in the World. Whatever the… Lees verderLike Mexican-Style Lagers? Here are 11 Craft Beers You Should Try »

New to Craft Beer? These 7 Dark Lagers are Easy on the Palate

  Bitter IPAs and boozy, barrel-aged beers might shock the palate if you’re trying to introduce a curious newcomer to craft beer. Instead, it’s generally better to hand them a beer style that simultaneously feels familiar and also enlightens — dark lagers embody those traits. German-style Schwarzbiers, dunkels, bocks, and… Lees verderNew to Craft Beer? These 7 Dark Lagers are Easy on the Palate »

Victory Brewing’s Storm King Russian Imperial Stout – The Perfect Storm of Stouts?

Each and every microbrew and craft beer enthusiast truly is (or at least should be) always and forever on the search for that elusive “holy grail” of all barley and hop libations. I, personally have been seeking the be -all, end-all in russian imperial stouts in particular for a substantial… Lees verderVictory Brewing’s Storm King Russian Imperial Stout – The Perfect Storm of Stouts? »

New Belgium’s Brewery, Celebrating 20 Years of Sour Beers

This year marks New Belgium’s 20 th year for making sour beers, which first launched its wood beer program in 1997 with La Folie. The award-winning sour ale’s 2017 version is now available and continues the sour ale tradition thanks to the craftsmanship of New Belgium’s blending team. Every year,… Lees verderNew Belgium’s Brewery, Celebrating 20 Years of Sour Beers »

Hops and Lagers

Once we take into consideration “hoppy lagers,” historically, the one one that basically involves thoughts is the Pilsner. Each the traditional Czech and German Pilsners are reasonably hoppy in comparison with different lagers—however can we actually, in a beer world that routinely sees beers with nearly 100 IBUs and all… Lees verderHops and Lagers »

The Pilsner Panorama

Pilsner is “a brewer’s beer” type. You hear it many times once you speak to brewers about their favourite kinds or once you ask them what their “desert-island beers” are—it’s the bitter golden lager that they like to drink once they’re off the clock. Pilsner is a straightforward type to… Lees verderThe Pilsner Panorama »

Darkish Gentle

  Once I began diving into archived brewing information, I skilled a couple of shocks. One of many greatest was discovering Darkish Gentle had a a lot shorter historical past than I imagined. The historical past of Gentle stretches again a number of hundred years, but darkish variations solely appeared… Lees verderDarkish Gentle »

Stjørdalsøl: Behind the Smoke, an Old Beer Style Thrives in Norway

  There is a stretch of road in rural Norway with 24 homesteads… and 22 brewers. As if this weren’t stunning enough proof of the importance of artisanal beer in the county of Nord-Trøndelag, five small malthouses also line this same mile-long street. The sheer density of brewers on Hognesaunvegen… Lees verderStjørdalsøl: Behind the Smoke, an Old Beer Style Thrives in Norway »

1953 Coronation Ales

  There’s a tradition in Britain of celebrating royal occasions with a strong brew. From the Bass King’s Ale celebrating Edward VII ascending the throne in 1901 to the plethora of beers commemorating the marriage of Prince Charles and Diana Spencer, royal events have always been a good excuse for… Lees verder1953 Coronation Ales »

Hop hop, wat is een IPA ?

We kunnen er niet genoeg van krijgen, in de volksmond wordt het (erg) bitter bier genoemd, de markt wordt overspoelt met bieren die op Engelse/Amerikaanse wijze gehopt zijn. Wat maakt dit speciale bier zo gewild en zorgt voor een Cascade achtige ontwikkeling in de toepassing van pittige aromatische hop rassen.… Lees verderHop hop, wat is een IPA ? »