Archive for January, 2008
Lambics have been described as everything from sour beer to liquid sweet tarts. Unfortunately, there are warnings about making these beers that scare off even the most reckless homebrewers. Here’s the low down and how we made this delicious beer!
We’ve all had that time where we were very lit, but out of booze. You should never drink and drive, even if the alternative is sobriety, but does this really count?
We have some weird laws regarding alcohol in Colorado. It has always bothered me that I can’t buy beer on Sunday, but I think next time I’ll count my blessings that I don’t live in Utah.
Sen. Chris Marr, D-Spokane, introduced a bill into the Washington state Senate committee on Labor, Commerce, Research & Development legalizing distillation for craft brewers.
Wine not only tastes great, fights cancer, and lowers diabetes. Now it helps fight tooth decay too!
Carlsberg is offering the world’s most expensive beer still in production. Scandinavia’s largest brewer created a new offering that is selling for 2008 Danish kroner for the year 2008.
Now that we are in the coldest part of the winter, I’m looking for a good beer to keep me warm. With a name like Winter Lager, I had to try it. Samuel Adams Winter Lager is a dark wheat lager from the Boston Beer Company.
Every homebrewer looks for that extra edge to win competitions or wow your fellow drinkers. There are many ways to improve a beer, but here are 10 very simple things you can do to improve your results.
With the rising prices and scarcity of hops, we decided to give RJ Spagnols’ "The Brew House" beer kit a try. Our first article looks at what you get, and how easy it was to get started.
I thought I'd give the Brew House beer kits another try. Here's how it turned out.