• 20 questions with Jennifer Treu, Rowley Farmhouse Ales’ new head brewer
    From left: Roger Pacheco, Jennifer Treu, Mark Dawson, and John Rowley It’s not an easy thing to turn your passion into a career that spans several states, partially through a pandemic, but Rowley Farmhouse Ales’ new head brewer has done just that. On a nice, reasonably un-windy Wednesday, I sat ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-24By Beer Infinity
    3 hours ago
  • 20 questions with Jennifer Treu, Rowley Farmhouse Ales’ new head brewer
    From left: Roger Pacheco, Jennifer Treu, Mark Dawson, and John Rowley It’s not an easy thing to turn your passion into a career that spans several states, partially through a pandemic, but Rowley Farmhouse Ales’ new head brewer has done just that. On a nice, reasonably un-windy Wednesday, I sat ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-24By Luke
    5 hours ago
  • Rod J Beer: Cape May Cut From The Same Cloth Beer Review
    Published on 2022-05-24By Rod J
    5 hours ago
  • Austin Woman Magazine Honors Local Brewery Co-Founder
    Austin Woman Magazine Honors Local Brewery Co-Founder Amy Cartwright, co-founder, and President of Independence Brewing Co. takes home the first-ever Austin Women’s Way award in the Beverage and Culinary Arts Austin Woman magazine hosts the Woman’s Way Business Awards annually, recognizing and promoting women business owners and community leaders across ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-24By Pam Catoe
    5 hours ago
  • 9th Annual South Bay Beer & Wine Festival Photos
    These photos were taken Sunday afternoon at Ernie Howlett Park in Rolling Hills, where the Rotary Club of Palos Verdes Peninsula and Rotary Club of South Bay Sunrise presented their 9th Annual South Bay Beer and Wine Festival, their annual fundraiser which was brought back after a two year hiatus ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-24By Lloyd Brown
    6 hours ago
  • L.A. IPA Fest – Results
    Previously on the Los Angeles IPA Festival, these were the 2020 winners… 1st place – Sorta Mostly Dead from North Park Beer Co.2nd place – Heal the Bay IPA from Golden Road3rd place – Boss of the Plains from Fieldwork Brewing⁣This year, after a pandemic break, the IPA’s hopped ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Sean Inman
    7 hours ago
  • Three Magnets Brewing invites you to enjoy sh*tty beer this summer
    Story by Kendall Jones The Series of events celebrates summer, friends, music, beer, and the Scherler Premium Sh*tty Light American Lagers Sometimes breweries take themselves way too seriously. Sometimes they don’t. Three Magnets Brewing of Olympia, Washington recently introduced a couple of new beers to its year-round lineup: Scherler Easy Premium ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Kendall Jones
    7 hours ago
  • Calling LA
    My kids. I keep telling them I can set up beer events anywhere."Don't talk crap, Dad. No way you could arrange anything in LA."Prove the little bastards wrong. Well, very tall bastards, really. Don't worry about that, just do the wrong proving. Please. I can provide a whole range of groovy ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Ron Pattinson
    11 hours ago
  • Foster’s Lager Beer Review
    Foster’s Lager: Appearance Glowing hue of yellow/gold with plenty of spastic carbonation viewable. Pours to a large, white, soapy head which mostly dissipates and leaves little lacing on the glass. Foster’s Lager: Smell Not just a generic fizzy yellow beer smell, but a dirty one at that. Strong corn aroma ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By TheBeerBabe
    11 hours ago
  • Is Beer Off Limits If You’re Gluten-Free?
    If you’re gluten-free, does that mean you have to give up beer? Not necessarily! What is Gluten? Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. It’s what gives bread its chewy texture and beer its foamy head. For people with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity, ingesting gluten ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By TheBeerBabe
    11 hours ago
  • Review – Two from Enegren Brewing
    Let’s double up on Germanic beer with two from sorta/kinda local, Enegren Brewing. American Reinheitsgebot 2022 Dark Lager – Brewed in collaboration with the much loved Moonlight Brewing Co. (which recently got a new part owner in Patrick Rue of Erosion Wines) this lager is rich and luxurious with ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Sean Inman
    11 hours ago
  • Chump Change announces its lineup of beer events for 2022
    Story by Kendall Jones Chump Change Events is a Kirkland-based events company that specializes in everything from intimate fun-size events to large, public, multi-day festivals. For over a decade, it has organized and managed events benefiting a number of local nonprofits, living out its motto of building community one smile ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Kendall Jones
    12 hours ago
  • Beer In Ads #4094: Miss Rheingold 1948 With A Fire Truck
    Sunday’s ad is for “Rheingold Beer,” from 1948. This ad was made for the Rheingold Brewery, which was founded by the Liebmann family in 1883 in New York, New York. At its peak, it sold 35% of all the beer in New York state. In 1963, the family sold the brewery ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Jay Brooks
    13 hours ago
  • Front Porch Chats #109
    The Lenzbock from Heater Allen has a very typical Pilsner nose-that old school funk of cheap beer you remember your parents drank-but the flavors are very different. With a heavy malt focus, this beer boosts the grain profile. It reminds me of being at the home brew shop, ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By grotusque
    13 hours ago
  • Vic’s Basement Brewcast with Manafirkin, Ian, and Alexis!
    Vic and Richard are back in the basement along with guest co-host Alexis of Alexis Drinks hosting the men of Manafirkin Brewing Company in Manahawkin, and semi-permanent guest Ian Barlet of Battle River Brewing in Toms River. Conversations go from Braggot to Bourbon and they also discuss Manafirkin’s new brewhouse ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Beer Infinity
    15 hours ago
  • Vic’s Basement Brewcast with Manafirkin, Ian, and Alexis!
    Vic and Richard are back in the basement along with guest co-host Alexis of Alexis Drinks hosting the men of Manafirkin Brewing Company in Manahawkin, and semi-permanent guest Ian Barlet of Battle River Brewing in Toms River. Conversations go from Braggot to Bourbon and they also discuss Manafirkin’s new brewhouse ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Mike
    15 hours ago
  • Allagash Brewing Co. | Seconds to Summer Lager
    Summer is coming, and to no one’s surprise, Allagash Brewing Co. recently released a damn good Lager that should be at everyone’s hangout. Seconds to Summer Lager, an apparent hit in their taproom-only release series last summer, found its way to cans and throughout distribution this season thankfully. The first ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Brandon Cohran
    17 hours ago
  • European brewers to compete in Alpha King Challenge
    The 3 Floyds Alpha King Challenge is returning to Europe. It will be hosted with Yakima Chief Hops at London’s Anspach & Hobday brewery in August. The coveted Alpha King Crown Brewer’s from all over Europe are being invited to participate in the quest to determine Europe’s ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Darren
    20 hours ago
  • Brewpoint’s Rick to tackle three peaks for Alzheimer’s charity
    Bedford-based Brewpoint has announced that it will be launching a limited-edition IPA called Three Peaks Beer to support Alzheimer’s UK. On 10th June, Rick Singleton, sales manager at Brewpoint, will be taking on the Three Peaks Challenge. This will see him attempt to climb the three highest ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Darren
    21 hours ago
  • Raise a glass to Carl at City of Ale and help Norfolk Mind
    There’s a poignant reason for Norwich City of Ale to be raising funds for Norfolk & Waveney Mind this year. Dawn Hopkins and Carl Newell It’s in memory of well-loved Norwich publican Carl Newell, who lost his life to depression at the beginning of the first lockdown. ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Darren
    21 hours ago
  • Farewell to the man who brewed first UK Citra beer
    Oakham Ales hop maestro and brewing legend John Bryan is to retire on Friday, after more than 26 years at the Peterborough brewery. An innovative and hugely influential figure in UK brewing, John joined Oakham in October 1995. Within weeks he was promoted to head brewer upon ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Darren
    21 hours ago
  • Base malt 1880 – 1914
    Another preview of the book I'm busy with. Well, one of the three books I'm working on. The last week or so has mostly been dedicated to Weisse. I've unearthed some interesting new stuff. Which I'm sure I'll be boring you with at some point.White maltMade from the very best ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Ron Pattinson
    22 hours ago
  • PDXBrewpubs is drinking a Kölsch by Rosenstadt Brewery at Bauer Woods Estates
    Published on 2022-05-23By info@untappd.com
    1 day ago
  • Coastal Brew Works launch events
    If you didn’t notice on social, Coastal Brew Works is launching their beers around Jersey. Our friends from Coastal Brew Works are long time NJCB Members and have worked in the beer industry in various capacities. Now they’re getting beers on the market before their own brewery and tasting room ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Beer Infinity
    1 day ago
  • Coastal Brew Works launch events
    If you didn’t notice on social, Coastal Brew Works is launching their beers around Jersey. Our friends from Coastal Brew Works are long time NJCB Members and have worked in the beer industry in various capacities. Now they’re getting beers on the market before their own brewery and tasting room ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-23By Mike
    1 day ago
  • No Trappists in America
    Sad brewery closing news… Business is hard. Business mixed with religious tradition is hard. Transplanting the Trappist model into the U.S. is really hard too. Adding to the sadness is thar their beer was good, maybe leaning to American, but good. Maybe the recipes can live on with some ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-22By Sean Inman
    1 day ago
  • The TartWay
    AleSmith has their second Speedway Stout variant for 2022 ready: Tart Cherry Edition. Here is the brewery description, “An ample amount of tart cherries, vanilla, and artisanally roasted coffee combine to create the perfect blend of complex, delectable flavors.” It is a cool side street of this series, taking ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-22By Sean Inman
    1 day ago
  • What Is Beer? 5 Basic Things Are Worth Knowing
    You may have heard the phrase, “It looks like beer, it smells like beer, dammit, IT IS BEER!” And that my friend is a true statement. Beer has been around for a long time. So, what is beer? Beer is fermented, alcoholic beverage. That’s about as simple as it gets ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-22By Tom
    2 days ago
  • Malt 1880 – 1914
    Towards the end of the 19th century some coloured malts, such as brown and amber became less popular and brewers relied on other malts to mimic them. This doesn’t seem to have been a total success, leading to a resurgence in their use.“Brown and amber malts have of late years ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-22By Ron Pattinson
    2 days ago
  • Beer In Ads #4093: Miss Rheingold 1948 Meets The Chief
    Saturday’s ad is for “Rheingold Beer,” from 1948. This ad was made for the Rheingold Brewery, which was founded by the Liebmann family in 1883 in New York, New York. At its peak, it sold 35% of all the beer in New York state. In 1963, the family sold the brewery ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-22By Jay Brooks
    2 days ago
  • PDXBrewpubs is drinking a DDH Hissyfit by Great Notion Brewing at Bale's Thriftway
    Published on 2022-05-22By info@untappd.com
    2 days ago
  • PDXBrewpubs is drinking a Ripe IPA by Great Notion Brewing at Great Notion Brewing Beaverton
    Published on 2022-05-22By info@untappd.com
    2 days ago
  • My Choice
    …since, apparently white men can make all their own choices, is to be ready.. You can also help by donating to the Brigid Alliance. We should be in a world where everyone can choose equally. Think of it this way, if you walked into your favorite brewery and ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-22By Sean Inman
    2 days ago
  • PDXBrewpubs is drinking a Rhythmic Patterns by Von Ebert Brewing at Von Ebert Pizzeria & Taproom – Beaverton
    A little walk to some food and crib ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By info@untappd.com
    2 days ago
  • Pear-ly There…
    …is what I hope doesn’t happen with the pear in this new beer from The Bruery. Pear is such a delicate flavor which is probably why it is not used so much in beers. I think the flavor combo for this punch might overwhelm. I would have left out ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Sean Inman
    2 days ago
  • Reviews: A pair of American amber ales face off
    I’m often seeking out my platonic ideal of an American amber ale—malty with plenty of caramel for a gentle sweetness, moderate hopping, some chewy body—and I found a couple last fall that caught my attention. I thought it would be interesting to review them both concurrently in a bit of ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Jon Abernathy
    2 days ago
  • Beer In Ads #4092: Miss Rheingold 1948 With Valentine’s Day Parakeets
    Friday’s ad is for “Rheingold Beer,” from 1948. This ad was made for the Rheingold Brewery, which was founded by the Liebmann family in 1883 in New York, New York. At its peak, it sold 35% of all the beer in New York state. In 1963, the family sold the brewery ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Jay Brooks
    3 days ago
  • Knoxville Ale Trail Passport Goes Digital
    Credit: Knoxville Area Breweries Association One of the best ways to explore the local beer scene in any moderate to large size metropolitan area is to seek out an ale trail. These “trails” can be found all over the United States and while most of them involve a paper document ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Bryan
    3 days ago
  • St. Bernardus Brewery launches “75 Years Anniversary” beer, Abt 12 Magnum 2022
    St. Bernardus turned 75 last year, but held off on celebrating and releasing its 75th anniversary beer due to the pandemic. This month the iconic brewery announced the release of the anniversary beer, a special tripel, as well as news of this year’s Abt 12 magnum release. Anniversary beer details: ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Jon Abernathy
    3 days ago
  • Brasser pour le plaisir de faire découvrir des légendes
    Avec en tête de faire rayonner le patrimoine de sa région, la Petite-Nation, Alain Larivière, le maître-brasseur derrière le succès des Brasseurs de Montebello a fondé son entreprise en 2016. LE CONTENU QUE VOUS DÉSIREZ LIRE EST RÉSERVÉ À NOS MEMBRES. Oui, je ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Yanick Michaud
    3 days ago
  • #nottwitter11
    Shark jumped? Asked because West Coast IPA v? (I don’t known, version 2.0, 2.2, 3, 9, whatever) showed up Thursday in The Wall Street Journal. “Just bitter enough.” Hmm. ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Stan Hieronymus
    3 days ago
  • New hope for sacked Grey Gables hospitality team
    Pub, hotel, and restaurant company The Oakman Group is riding to the rescue of redundant hospitality employees in Borsetshire. This will mean nothing to you unless you are a follower of BBC Radio 4 soap The Archers. Fans have spent the last fortnight deeply concerned at the ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Darren
    3 days ago
  • It’s the Final Straw for brewer opposing plastic pollution
    SALT Beer Factory’s latest beer release will raise funds for the fight against plastic pollution in our oceans. The Final Straw, a 5% ABV tropically fruity pale ale, is a collaboration with environmental charity Seven Clean Seas. Every single minute, a truck’s worth of plastic is dumped ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Darren
    3 days ago
  • Fine weather and football boosts the managed on-trade
    A warm Saturday helped Britain’s on-trade end the week’s drinks sales just ahead of pre-Covid comparatives, CGA’s latest Drinks Recovery Tracker shows. Average sales by value in managed pubs, bars, and restaurants in the seven days to last Saturday (14th May) were 1% up on the same ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Darren
    3 days ago
  • News, nuggets and longreads 21 May 2022: Mothers of Sorrow
    Here’s all the writing about beer and pubs that caught our attention in the past week, from activism to lyricism. First, a bit of news: German brewers are fretting about a shortage of beer bottles; global grain prices are rocketing; and UK pub chains are reporting serious “cost pressures”: Mitchells ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Boak & Bailey
    3 days ago
  • Let's Brew – 1914 Hancock X
    Seeing this beer was a bit of a shock. A pre-WW I X Ale with a gravity more like one from after WW II.1035º is pretty feeble compared to London X Ales of the time, which were still over 1050º. I’ve based the FG on the 1897 version, where for ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Ron Pattinson
    3 days ago
  • Blackberry Smoke band has their own beer thanks to New Realm
    Music collaborations are nothing new in craft beer but that doesn’t make each one unique. This is an either way it’s cool statement – New Realm Brewing is releasing a beer with the band Blackberry Smoke. If you know the band, you’re already excited. If you’re not there yet, their ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Reid Ramsay
    3 days ago
  • Latest print article: Kettle-soured Courtesy Violation from Bevel Craft Brewing
    In my latest article for The Bulletin, I highlight the latest iteration of Courtesy Violation Sour from Bevel Craft Brewing, brewed with passion fruit rather than being dry hopped. I started writing the article because of the fruit component, and then delved more deeply into the kettle souring angle. Extract ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Jon Abernathy
    3 days ago
  • Not for Gandalf
    Is that Aquaman’s dad in overalls? Whomever you think it is, a hazy from the combined forces of Smog City and Three Weavers should cast a spell on your taste buds. ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Sean Inman
    3 days ago
  • Dragon’s Day Off – a new dragonfruit cider from 2 Towns Ciderhouse
    2 Towns Ciderhouse has a new fruit cider out, made with dragon fruit, which borrows some branding inspiration from a popular 80s movie: Dragon’s Day Off. This limited release cider also has passion fruit and some hibiscus for a tropical profile. Full press release: Invoking a nostalgic nod towards a ... read more
    Published on 2022-05-21By Jon Abernathy
    3 days ago

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