Published: Mon, 16 Jan 2017 11:13:22 +0000
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThis is a measure of the actual bitterness of a beer as contributed by the alpha acid from hops. Learn more.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThe range of German beer stretches far beyond the popular pilsner and includes many fascinating styles that every beer lover should begin to explore.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZInternational Bitterness Units, aka IBU, is the standard measurement of perceived bitterness in beer, a quality imparted during the brewing process.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWinter and the holiday season see a lot of really good, small production seasonal brews in the form of Christmas beers and winter warmers. Learn more.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZStumped for a gift for the beer lover on your list? Find gift ideas that every beer lover would be delighted to receive on occassion.
2017-01-16T11:13:22Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >Simply put, craft
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThis quote, found on tee shirts hanging in the gift shops of 90% of breweries, is often attributed to Ben Franklin but, did he really say it?
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZNavigating the world of beer begins with the basic knowledge of the two styles of beer: ale and lager. Learn the differences and begin exploring beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZMalting may be one of the most fascinating yet least celebrated step of the brewing process. Learn more.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWhat exactly is a winter warmer? You see it on beer labels all the time but the bottle could contain a rich malty lager, a spicy ale or a super hoppy beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZMany craft beer fans won't touch lager of any sort. Are they right or are there some good lagers out there?
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThe Chelada is a quick mixed drink that pairs your favorite Mexican beer or light lager with fresh lime juice and it is a refreshing summer drink.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZAll beer leaves the brewer carbonated. This is accomplished in one of two ways - natural and forced carbonation. Learn more.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWondering which sugar is right for your homebrew? Here is a quick rundown of the options available to homebrewers.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThere's not more decadent of a beer than a chocolate beer. Get your (boozy) cocoa fix with these porters and stouts.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZEver wonder why some brewers use rice and corn in their beer while other brewers stick to more traditional recipes that use 100% barley?
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThe history of this popular ale is as interesting as the hoppy brew itself. Find out why the beer was originally created.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThe head of stout should be thick and is usually tan to brown. A good stout can be silky, full, and creamy.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThis is easily the most popular style of beer in the world. Breweries from Beijing to Rio de Janeiro and Anchorage to London produce the clean pale brew.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZFrom Hefeweizen to Dunkelweizen and American Wheat, wheat beer is an ever-expanding style of beer. Here's a layman's guide to wheat beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZHave you ever poured a beer and noticed a thin film of white stuff in the bottom of the bottle? Learn what it really is.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZPale ale is one of the most popular ale styles. Find out what makes an ale a pale ale as well as the history and brewer stats for this beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZIt's summer and it is time for an ice cold beer, but what about shaking up your routine and pouring yourself a refreshing shandy with fresh lemonade?
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZUnderstanding how brewers use hops to bitter and flavor their beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZBeer novices, here's a good list to use to start exploring different types of beers. Beer snobs, check out this collection then share your own top ten.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZKnow your ales! Here is a quick run down of popular ale styles from Hefe-Weizen to Barleywine.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThere are many different styles of stout and the variety can be somewhat daunting. Here's an introduction.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZStrike water is used in brewing beer and it is the name for the warm water that is added to the grain in order to produce a fermentable mash.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZHere are some light, refreshing beers that still have enough flavor to keep the most discerning of beer snobs interested.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZBrewing beer with chocolate is a delicate process. Here is a quick overview of the process along with examples.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThere are countless bottles of beer available, but how many kinds of beer are there? Though there are distinct styles of beer, that is a tough question.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWort is the sweet starter liquid for beer. This is where the grains and hops are combined to determine the beer's final flavor and prep it for fermenting.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZLearn how to make a beer-basted turkey for Thanksgiving or any special meal using this easy recipe that uses a pale ale and butter baste to add flavor.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWhat's the difference between beer served from a bottle and beer served from a can? A quick guide.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZBeer tasting can be an interesting and rewarding way to discover new beers. Here's how.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWhat's in your beer? Have you ever wondered what you beer might be doing to your body? Here's a break down of what's in your pint.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZIs light beer really light? Will drinking it help one lose or maintain weight? Let's take a look at the numbers of light beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZA favorite beer for winter, Samuel Adams Winter Lager is a seasonal beer that you can rely on and its seasonal spices are perfect for the holidays.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZGrowlers, they're cute, adorable and they can hold lots and lots of beer. Here's how to take care of your growler.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZOnce brewed primarily for royal Bavarian quaffing, wheat beers are now widely interpreted by breweries and even more widely enjoyed by beer drinkers all over the world. Get the highlights of this style in my profile of wheat beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZDo you know what the most important ingredient in beer is? Here are a few thoughts on the subject.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZHaving trouble? Here are some helpful suggestions: Check your spelling. Avoid punctuation, and make sure
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZBarley wine is big in every way. It has the highest alcohol content, the greatest malt content, and a larger serving of hops than any beer style out there.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThe simplicity of a pulled pork sandwich should not preclude it from some world-class cocktail, wine or beer pairing. Here are some suggestions.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZDid you know that some beers aren't vegan friendly? It seems counter-intuitive at first but it's true.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWhat's a beer lover to do when it's cold outside? Here is your guide to wintertime beers and activities.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZSome brewers and many beer shops boast that theirs is the coldest beer. Is this really something to brag about?
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZAdding beer to a recipe can enhance particular ingredients, help blend the flavors of the dish, or just add that little zing that your meal might be lacking.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZDo women like beer? Maybe women do not like the bad beer that dominates the market and the way it is sold to them.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWhat's the difference between beer served from a keg and beer served from a cask? A quick guide.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZHefeweizen, or weissbier, is the most popular style of wheat beer and it has a few very distinct characteristics that every beer lover should know.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZAre you ready for a growler of beer? Discover what a growler is, why it's becoming more popular, and how to keep your draft beer freshest in the jug.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZBeer budget a little thin these days? Here are some tips buying good beer without breaking your budget.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZBeer adjuncts play a huge role in style and taste. Let's take a look at the role and variety of beer adjuncts.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZDiscover the rich history of the Kölsch beer, along with its flavor profile and ingredients.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZBottle conditioning is the process where a beer's residual yeast is given a second helping of sugars, added directly to the bottle, keg, or vessel.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZSo, your buddy tried a particular beer and loved it so much that he has convinced you that you must try it. Or, you heard about a new rare beer on BeerAdvocate.com and decided that if you can’t find a bottle of it for yourself, life simply would not be worth living. How can you find that rare beer?
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZPairing food and beer can enhance any meal experience and it is much easier than wine pairings. Find a few basic tips to create the perfect beer pairings.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWhen a beer style is named for a festival, you know that it's got to be good! Find out about Oktoberfest beer here.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWhat's the right choice for beer can chicken? Let your imagination go!
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2017-01-16T11:13:22ZGet a profile of Porter here. Beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZAre you ready to taste one of the world's best beers? Paulaner's Salvator Double Bock is the benchmark for this lager style.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZDo you ever have more beer than the fridge will hold? Learn how to store your beer properly so it retains its freshness, taste, and avoid skunking.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWhat is it that makes beer extreme?
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZMash Defined. Beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZPilsner is the most popular style of beer in the world. Discover the story of how a bad run of ale led to a lighter beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZDry Hop Defined. Beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZScotland has two traditional styles of ale: Scottish and Scotch. Learn the difference between these two dark beers and how they compare to other ales.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZDo you know someone who doesn't typically enjoy beer? Here is a helpful list of suggestions on beers for non beer drinkers.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThere is more to boiling wort than turning up the heat and throwing in a few hops. Learn about the boil and how to manage it for greater control.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZAlcohol by volume is abbreviated ABV and used to measure the amount of alcohol in any alcoholic beverage. Explore how ABV relates to beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZA quick rundown on the profiles of brown ales including history, style points and tasting notes.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThe deep-roasted flavors of dark beers like like stout, Schwarzbier (black lager), and porter lend themselves perfectly to the bitterness of coffee.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZLambic beer is a unique ale and something that every beer lover should try at least once. Check out this profile of lambic Belgian ale.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZSearching for a green beer recipe? Here it is! Though making your own green beer is easier than you may think, it's important to choose the right beer.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZBohemia Clasica is a popular Mexican pale lager that, while it may not compare to the best lagers in the world, is one of the better options from Mexico.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZAn American-born bock beer from an independent brewery in Texas, Shiner Bock is a lager of note. Discover why this beer has a loyal following.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZLove it or hate it, you have to admit that Corona Extra is a popular beer, but how does it compare to other beers and what's up with that lime?
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZAre you ready for the big day? St. Paddy's can sneak up on you. Here's what you need to know to be ready for the best day in a beer lover's year.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThe Black and Red is an easy layered beer drink. It is a twist on the Black and Tan that pour chocolate stout over raspberry lambic and it is delicious.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZIn 1996, Italy reduced restrictions for lower volume brewing, paving the way for a budding and ambitious market for inventive beers.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZBeer is just the right drink for food. The heart of beer is barley and yeast. This gives it much in common with many of the foods that appear on our dinner plate. Beer is just as comfortable a companion to a corned beef sandwich as it is the finest cut of sirloin.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThe beer can is a common sight today, yet it is a relatively new invention that posed many challenges to its inventors and went through a few redesigns.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThoughts and tips for pairing beer with chocolate.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZThere are a variety of beer ads and commercials out there. Some help beer's reputation and some hurt it but, they are all interesting in their way.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZAle is a basic style of beer defined by the methods used to brew it. Learn ale's characteristics, styles, and what makes an ale different than a lager.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZA few of the longstanding American beers produced by some of the world's largest brewers are incredibly dependable.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZLearn some useful tips and tricks for surviving beer festivals and getting the most of these events.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZWhat are Trappist Beers? What sets them apart from other beers? Learn the history and technicalities here.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZPasteurizing beer is a controversial topic. Originally designed to increase the shelf life of beer, pasteurization is not as common in brewing as it once was.
2017-01-16T11:13:22ZIs Rolling Rock the beer it used to be? After multiple sales of the popular brand, the American lager has fallen from what was once a great pale beer.