This beer definitely keeps you guessing. It trips across the tongue, first tasting of apricots and then brown sugar followed by a hit of lemon zest and a peppery bite. Grab a pint and get cozy, because this is one you'll want to sip slowly. More
Back before the Prohibition, and before semi-trucks, beerjobbers were the ones responsible for picking up the beer from the brewery and delivering it to the local bar. A new online start-up company has taken over the job - upgraded for the 21st century and delivering brewery-fresh beer right to your doorstep. More
Q: I'm hosting a beer festival at home for 20 people in March. Everyone will be bringing two 22-oz beers or equivalent, with emphasis on variety and uniqueness.
I'm providing palate cleansers for during the tasting and a hearty meal for after, and I would love some ideas.There is at least one vegetarian for the event, so the apres-tasting meal will hopefully be easily modified for this guest. Your thoughts are most appreciated!
A firkin may sound like something from Middle Earth, but rest assured, it's a real thing. Just as real as the beer that comes inside it. Cask-conditioned "real ale" is making a big comeback these days, and I, for one, am in full support. More
Want something fun and boozy to serve with the dessert buffet at your holiday party? Look no further. Fruit lambics are always a crowd-pleaser, and this cherry lambic from Belgium's Brouwerij Boon is one of my favorites. More