Last week Stone Brewing announced plans to build a brewery and beer garden in Berlin. They also announced they would build a brewery in the eastern US, but that got downplayed – […]
Some time last week Stone Brewing launched an indiegogo page aimed at raising money for their expansion plans. Those who throw money at them get a range of rewards, dependent on how […]
I reckon a good proportion of the sales of Rogue’s Voodoo Doughnut beers can be put down to that pink bottle. That lurid colour really makes the beer stand out on the […]
Here’s a product that claims to be better for you than beer. As if.
Senior brewmaster Grant Wood from Sam Adams Brewery in the United States gives us a quick explanation of the science behind beer and how it’s made.
When the subject is crap beer it’s really hard not to include more than just one of the mega-brands from the United States. Hell, I could have probably gone close to filling […]
The only other time I had Green Flash’s Palate Wrecker was when Scotty, the brewer from Rocks Brewing, invited me to a special tasting of some beers he’d brought back from the […]
I’ve got this theory with hops. It’s not an original theory by any means. I reckon people’s palates get acclimatised to hops and so they crave hoppier and hoppier beers. So is […]
On the first Friday of every month beer bloggers around the world join together for The Sessions (which are also known as Beer Blogging Friday). There’s no entry fees or membership required, […]
When you think about it, the Sierra Nevada Southern Hemisphere Harvest Ale is a bit environmentally unsound. See what they do is get freshly picked hops from New Zealand rushed over lickety-split […]