I can’t help but feel sorry for Stone & Wood. About a million years ago (okay, maybe more like 10 years ago) they came up with this beer they called Draught Ale. […]
Okay, so this goodbye. Or maybe not. Maybe it’s just a hiatus. I’m not really sure. What I do know is that I don’t plan on writing any new blog posts for […]
“But these pioneering beers — the pale ales, IPAs, and Belgian-style whites of the 1980s, ’90s, and early 2000s — paved the way for the endlessly experimental beers of today. Far from boring, these flavourful brews […]
A couple of years ago, before I wrote three books on beer history, I ran a week-long series called History in a Bottle. For some reason, this piece here never […]
Warm beer…. Mmm, tasty.
1) There are lots of things about travelling that are great. For me, one of them is the chance to try a few new beers. I’m sure I drive my wife crazy […]
“US craft brewer Lagunitas has launched ‘IPA-inspired, THC-infused sparkling water’, making parent company Heineken the first big beer brand to enter the US’ psychoactive drinks market.” ‘Heineken-owned Lagunitas has launched a non-alcoholic […]
1) I do envy my brother. At the moment his job means that he has to fly to Portland on a regular basis. Sure, there is the huge downside that he’s away […]
“The yeast rises to the top during fermentation, and as a result, ales generally have a thick layer of foam (also known as the beer head) at the top.” ‘Everything you need to know […]
Is this even a real ad?