2017-01-19T11:01:59ZIt'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?
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZWondering which sugar is right for your homebrew? Here is a quick rundown of the options available to homebrewers.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZThe head of stout should be thick and is usually tan to brown. A good stout can be silky, full, and creamy.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZThis 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.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZMalting may be one of the most fascinating yet least celebrated step of the brewing process. Learn more.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZThere are many different styles of stout and the variety can be somewhat daunting. Here's an introduction.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZThere's not more decadent of a beer than a chocolate beer. Get your (boozy) cocoa fix with these porters and stouts.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZStumped for a gift for the beer lover on your list? Find gift ideas that every beer lover would be delighted to receive on occassion.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZNavigating 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.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZThe range of German beer stretches far beyond the popular pilsner and includes many fascinating styles that every beer lover should begin to explore.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZWhat 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.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZAll beer leaves the brewer carbonated. This is accomplished in one of two ways - natural and forced carbonation. Learn more.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZThis 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?
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZWinter 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.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZUnderstanding how brewers use hops to bitter and flavor their beer.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZThis is a measure of the actual bitterness of a beer as contributed by the alpha acid from hops. Learn more.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZInternational Bitterness Units, aka IBU, is the standard measurement of perceived bitterness in beer, a quality imparted during the brewing process.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZMany craft beer fans won't touch lager of any sort. Are they right or are there some good lagers out there?
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZFrom Hefeweizen to Dunkelweizen and American Wheat, wheat beer is an ever-expanding style of beer. Here's a layman's guide to wheat beer.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZKnow your ales! Here is a quick run down of popular ale styles from Hefe-Weizen to Barleywine.
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2017-01-19T11:01:59ZBrewing beer with chocolate is a delicate process. Here is a quick overview of the process along with examples.
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZEver wonder why some brewers use rice and corn in their beer while other brewers stick to more traditional recipes that use 100% barley?
2017-01-19T11:01:59ZHere are some light, refreshing beers that still have enough flavor to keep the most discerning of beer snobs interested.